Segal Theatre, Cornelia Street Cafe, and Blues Alley Jazz, Blue Note, among others. She has performed with the Tali Roth Trio, Pablo Aslán, Fernando Otero, José Pedro Beledo, Jorge Camiruaga, Gustavo Casenave, Pedro Giraudo, Emilio Solla, David Silliman, Don Harris, and others. In 2006 Sabrina toured in Israel with Fernando Otero and Leo Roitman. In 2006 and 2007 she performed in Uruguay with Andrés Bedó, Roberto De Bellis, Jorge Trasante and Pablo Somma, presenting her project The Folds of the Soul, which was decalred of cultural interest by the uruguayan Ministry of Culture and Education. This first solo album ─The Folds of the Soul─ was released in 2007 by the independent label Perro Andaluz.
Sabrina was invited to sing her compositions based on the poems of Idea Vilariño, at the release of the book Idea Vilariño: La Vida Escrita. Lately the album has been nominated for the best jazz album of the year by the Graffiti Prize 2008 (best Uruguayan music). In Israel Sabrina graduated from The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance at the Jazz Department, where she studied with Robin Capsouto, Atalia Paniel, Iris Portugali, Jean Claude Jones and Slava Ganelin, among others. She also took part in the activities of the Movement Department at the Academy with dancers Anat Shamgar and Betty Shechter. Sabrina was involved in projects playing Brazilian music, salsa, bolero, tango, Spanish music, contemporary music, and free improvisation with musicians and dancers.
She has played with musicians Ora Boasson-Horev, Oleg Bogod, Giori Politi, Avi Berman, Dvir Katz, Yarden Eres, Gay Meir and Judy Lewis among many others. With these projects Sabrina played in festivals and venues as relevant as: Abu Gosh Vocal Festival (classical & world music), Israel Philharmonic Orchestra Association Concerts, Master Class Nebojsa Jovan Zivkovic at Jerusalem Music Centre, Kfar Blum Brazilian Music Festival, Jerusalem Prize (Jerusalem Municipality), Chemdat Yamim Festival (jazz & world music), Jerusalem Festival for the Arts, Rikudei Cheder Festival, Chutzot Ha-Yotzer and Chutzot Ha-yr festivals; also the Rimon School of Jazz & Contemporary Music, Milestone Club, Shablul Jazz, The Confederation House, Diaspora Museum of Tel Aviv, Mormons University, Bible Land Museum, Ha´Tavach Ha´Shvedi, Wise Auditorium, Felicja Blumental Music Center, and in cooperation with The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, among many others. In Jerusalem, she taught singing and voice production at Ron Shulamit Conservatory of Music and Dance, Keshet Conservatory of Music, High School of Arts, and at her own studio. She has worked in several performances with dancers, artists and musicians in Uruguay as well as in Israel, focusing in the relation among voice, text and movement. In Montevideo Sabrina studied music theory and voice with Yolanda Pedemontti, Laura Baranzano and Jorge Schellemberg. She studied classical and contemporary dance with Ibis Longo, Ema Haberli, Contradanza, and Gustavo Collini (Argentina).
She was a member of several vocal groups, working in traditional jewish music, candombe, gospel and jazz styles, performing at Sala Verdi, Museo de Arte Precolombino, Agadu, Espacio de arte La Colmena, and Centro Cultural de España, among others. She was a soloist in the renowned Upsala Choir of Montevideo, and was involved in collective choreography creation, participating in interdisciplinary performances with dancers and poets in a variety of festivals: Poesia Joven Festival, Integrarte2 Bienal, Tododanza Festival and Insomnia Festival. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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