Raquel Rivera conceived the research project Sounding the City together with Alex Arteaga for the festival FASE 2014, in which the first sound essay was realized.

Raquel Rivera is cultural manager, violinist and academic researcher. She holds a Law degree (UNED, Madrid) and Violin & Music degree (Conservatory of Seville). She has completed graduate studies in music and cultural management in Rome, Madrid and Berlin. Since 2012 he is a researcher in Cultural Law at the Interuniversity Institute for Cultural Cooperation (Carlos III University, Madrid / UNED / UIMP). She is violin instructor on leave at the public professional music school in Berlin. Since 2007 he has developed an extensive international work in the field of cultural management. In 2010 she created the International Sound Art Festival FASE, which takes place annually between Berlin and Madrid. She also has a career as performer in several formations of classical and contemporary music, not only as part of prestigious orchestras (ONE, RTVE Orchestra or Tiroler Festspiele), but also as a soloist and member and founder of the chamber music duet Duo Rivera, specialized on Spanish classical and contemporary music. Currently she combines her work as a violinist, cultural manager and instructor of music with the academic activity leading to a PhD dissertation in the field of Cultural Law.

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