The backbone of this piece is the piano, with a more profound, mature and very cinematographic approach, beyond the sole concept of music. Including the video footage (recorded by herself in Super8), the designs, the live performances… All this, followed by three consecutive tours of her previous work: “u_mä”(2007), “Linòleum”(2009) and “Linòleum en concert”(2010). She began at a very young age, six years old, with classical music, a birthmark in her style. Ten years later she distanced herself from classical music to study modern music and jazz focusing her efforts in singing and the piano. She continued afterwards spending a couple years with maestro Francisco Suárez digging deeper into new points of view in harmony, piano and composition. In 2006 she self-edited her first demo “_m” (EP) , which was recorded at home.
She launched in 2007 a project together with Pau Vallvé, named “u_mä”, with whom she released her first album, u_mä (Error Lo-Fi!, 2007) and also embarked a year and a half long tour, in which they had the great pleasure to be curtain openers of The Silver Mount Zion. In October 2009 she released her second album, her first solo debut album as Maria Coma, under the title “Linòleum” (Amniòtic Records, 2009). The album has been awarded the Joan Trayté prize as in best catalan production of the year. The “Linòleum” tour went on for more than a year and a half, she preformed 60 concerts. Including performances in “Palau de la Música”, “L’Auditori de Barcelona”, opening for Patrick Watson in sala Bikini, playing at “Parc del Fòrum” during the “CruïllaBCN” festival, at the “(a)phonica” festival and at “l’Auditori del C.A.T.
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