Alba Guerrero, licensed in flamenco singing at ESMUC (2010), has more than 15 years of experience in
flamenco teaching field. Nowadays, she is teaching at Conservatorio Superior de Música “Rafael Orozco” in Córdoba, instructing about “Cante flamenco, Técnica vocal aplicada al flamenco y Cante para acompañar el baile”.
Telecommunication Engineer specialised in Signal Processing at Universidad de Sevilla. Associate professor (Serra-Húnter and ICREA Academia fellow) and Deputy Director (Doctorate) of the Department of Information and Communication Technologies (DTIC), Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF). She is leading the MIR (Music Information Research) lab of the Music Technology Group (MTG). In addition, she is the first woman occupying the position of president elect of the International Society for Music Information Retrieval. She is one of the members of the COFLA project, an interdisciplinary initiative for the computational analysis of flamenco music. More information in her website
Audiovisual Systems Engineer and student of the Sound and Music Computing master degree hosted by UPF. With the supervision of her mates, she takes care about camera operating, visualizations, video and image edition. Also, she is currently doing her final project degree and an internship at MTG – UPF as a research assistant in the context of the COFLA project. She is working on the “Automatic Transcription of Flamenco Guitar from Polyphonic Music Recordings” supervised by Emilia Gómez.
- COFLA: Computational Analysis of Flamenco Music.
- CASAS: Community-Assisted Singing Analysis and Synthesis