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Barcelona 1966

Núria Juanet Julià, born in Barcelona in 1966, began her musical studies at the age of 15 at the Ars Nova Academy in Barcelona. Receives classes from Raquel Millàs and Xavier Boliart among others. He combines his higher education with teaching by giving piano lessons. He obtains the title of piano teacher and is licensed in music theory  and harmony. He studied piano-jazz with Manel Camp and drums with Oriol Cors in Barcelona. At the same time, he sings in several choirs of Barcelona, ​​such as the Albada and the Ariadna choirs from “Cor Madrigal”, directed by Manuel Cabero and Mireia Barrera, Choir Euterpe where he works with Manel Valdivieso and the Orfeó Català under the direction of Master Jordi Casas. He works as a piano accompanist with various choirs and musicians. He plays the keyboards with the dance orchestra "Rítmica Laietana" (1988) and directs and plays the piano with Adelia Chamber Choir (2007/12).
The first compositions are children's themes, inspired by the poems of the writer Clara Ripoll, with whom she still collaborates. The singers "El Follet Valent" (The brave gnome, 1999, Clara Ripoll, Maria Rosa Nogué), "El viatge d’en Blai" (The Blai’s trip, 2002, by Clara Ripoll) and various songs, as well as a diverse instrumental repertoire for piano and instrumental groups, stand out. Highlighting the collaboration with tv3 with the "Els castellers" tuning for the program "El club super3" de TV3 (1998) and the composition of the músic the short film "Vençuts" (Expired, 2003, by Jordi Gordó).

He obtains the 1st prize for the composition of children's choirs from the XII Premi de Reus with the theme "El globus viatger" (The traveling balloon,1997, by Clara Ripoll) as well as various awards.
He collaborates with the producer Únics in the composition and musical direction of several plays such as "Catalans a la romana" (1997, by Joan Rosquellas i Gil), "El diluvio que viene" (2002, by Pietro Garinei and Sandro Giovannini), "El retaule del flautista" (by Jordi Teixidor), "El Follet Valent" (2003/2016, by Clara Ripoll and Maria Rosa Nogué) and "El petit Dalí" (2006/2016, by Anna Obiols i Subi, Clara Ripoll and Núria Juanet).
Since 1997, she has been working as a high school teacher at the FEDAC Santa Colomal, in Santa Coloma de Gramenet as a music teacher. Participates in various training courses related to teaching and music.
He has published the books "El Follet Valent", version score (2009, SCIC) "El follet Valent", version of the illustrated musical tale (2017 Ed. Boileau) and the CD "Acuitacantar 1" with the cantata "El Follet Valent" (2000, SCIC, TVCdisc and Catalunya music).

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