In her first album, Las dos edades, Alba Morena talked about the transition from childhood to adulthood. The album addressed issues that are often taboo such as suicide, mourning and toxic love, which all appeared with uncompromising conviction in both her own original songs and in versions she performed by artists who had made an impression on her. That was almost two years ago, but the essence remains the same: looking back on the past to face the future with fortitude.
With classical music as a foundation and experimentation with electronic music supported by genres from Mediterranean countries and jazz, Morena’s performance has an emotional intensity to it, opening the door to nostalgia and delivering the audience an unforgettable experience.
Born in Salou, Morena graduated as a professional violinist and studied lyrical singing for five years at the Conservatory of Vila-seca. Later, she studied jazz singing at the Taller de Músics and worked with music artists such as Perico Sambeat and Cora Novoa.
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