Original i femení (trio)

For all audiences
Duration: 75 min aprox.


In our concert all will be original and feminine.


First Part:

Dic Amor – Jose R. Pascual-Vilaplana

Sonate – Maurice Emmanuel

Allegro con spirito
Allegro molto e leggierissimo

Gatos y mariposas – Ramón Garcia i Soler

Second Part:

Tarantella, op. 6 – Camilla Saint.Saëns

Romance du gai savoir – Louis-Noël Belaubre
Chant de fidélité
Louanges au printemps
Satire enjouée
Chant mystique

Four Waltzes – D. Shostakovich
Spring waltz
Waltz scherzo
Waltz charmaine


In Cambra3 we want to contribute to enhance femininity and gender equality, and to this end, besides our women group formation, we will review the most important female poets who talk about this concept, being so, actors of this contribution.

This concert will do a double work: showing a type of music that is not well known, but indeed original to our group in the field of classical music, and also helping to spread the idea of femininity and equality within our society.

Thus, in our concert all will be original and feminine.

Cambra3 consists of Norma Comes, clarinet teacher at the Superior Conservatory “Mestre Segui” in Castellon —member of the chamber group “Quintet” and director of “Castalia Musical Association”—, Olga Lluch, flute teacher of the Professional Conservatory “Feliu Mestre” in Benicarlo —member of the “Peñiscola Symphony Orchestra” and renaissance flute quartet “Choristia Fistularum”—, Araceli Batalla, piano and singing teacher in the schools of music “The Session” in Borriana and “Mestre Agut Manrique” in Almazora, and the “Elians School College” in Castellón —accompanist pianist at the “Lupe School Ballet” in Benicarlo, and member of the duo “Música d’avuí” and “Octàmbuli Grup Vocal.”

Recently, the formation has acted in Alcanar Spring Cycle 2011, Cycle of Tardor 2011 at the University of Valencia, Penyíscola Cycle of Castell 2012, Penyíscola City Classical Music Cycle of Concerts 2012, Mondays Concert Cycle 2013 at Castellon, and in Rafael Beltran Auditorium in Vila-real.

Flute: Olga Lluch
Clarinet: Anna
Piano: Araceli Batalla
Rapsode: Armand Congost
Desing: Clara Aguilella
Photography: Cambra3
Production: Cambra3
Distribution: Clap’s Sound

Araceli Batalla Salado

Born in Vila-real, she began her musical studies on piano at age nine at the Mestre Goterris Conservatory in her hometown, moving to secondary school at the Mestre Tárrega Conservatory in Castellon with Professor Óscar Campos.

Then, she goes to the Salvador Segui Conservatory in Castellon where she courses superior grade leaded by Brenno Ambrosini, and at the same time she begins her singing official studies with Professor Margarita Fernández, ending both in 2006 with honors.

Then she makes the Biennio Sperimentale in the Benedetto Marcello Consevartory in Venice, in the speciality of solo piano with Professor Giorgio Lovato, ending with the highest scores, and received also a postmaster scholarship from Lion’s Club Association.

She has taken several advanced courses with E. Kolodin, K. Popova, D. Kuyken, B. Ambrosini, G. Lovato, J. Mora, FX Piquer, C. Cruz, M. Korhonen, R. García, etc.

As a singer, she is part of the group “Cor de la Generalitat,” current choir of the Palau de les Arts, with whom she has performed several concerts like the Mahler’s Second Symphony directed by Z. Mehta, the opera Cyrano de Bergerac starring Placido Domingo, Schumann’s Scenes From Faust, Bethoveen’s Ninth Symphony, etc.

She is a member of the early music ensemble “Victoria Musicae” and “Octàmbuli vocal group.”

She has sung in “Veus de Cambra,” the “Acadèmia d’Orfeu,” grup de veus “Musica Viva” and FECOCOVA.

As soloist, she has sung in the performance of Pergolesi’s “La Serva Padrona” in Cullera, in the Carl Orff’s “Carmina Burana” in the Palau de la Música in Valencia, zarzuela recitals, and she has recently sung as Nicasia in “La Dolorosa” at the Teatro Principal de Castellón. She is too singer of early music chamber “Liberazione.”

She currently teaches piano and singing in music schools “The Session” in Borriana and “Mestre Agut Manrique” in Almazora, as well as Elians School College in Castellón. She is too the accompanist pianist at the Royal School of London exams.

Olga Lluch Pio

Born in Benicarlo, she started studying flute with Juanjo Villarroya. Gets the title of Senior Lecturer in Flute with Distinction and Honor Award in the “Conservatorio Superior Municipal de Música de Barcelona” with Rafael Casasempere (2000). She perfected her flute studies with Salvador Martinez, and she has attended classes and courses given by E. Ibbeken, J. Martin, M. Martínez, J. Landré, V. Prats, M. Leguay, S. and B. Cherrier Fromanger.

She teaches flute at the Municipal Music Professional Conservatory “Mestre Feliu” in Benicarlo, at the Music School “Associació Musical Ciutat de Benicarló”, and at the “Escuela Municipal de Música” in Alcanar. She has taught also flute at Amposta (Master Classes “La Lira Ampostina”), and at Sant Mateu (Improvement Courses “Ciutat de Sant Mateu”).

She is a member of the “Orquesta Sinfónica de Peñíscola.” And as a soloist, she has performed with the “Orquesta Internacional de Peñíscola.” She has collaborated with the “Orquesta Sinfónica del Vallés,” the “Orquesta Sinfónica de Valencia”, and the “Orquesta de Córdoba.” She has been part of the “Jove Orquestra Nacional de Catalunya.”

Currently she is a member of Renaissance flutes quartet “Choristica Fistularum”, the wind quintet “Vents a Zinc”, and the trio “Cambra3”.

She also holds a degree in Catalan Philology from the University of Barcelona.