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Jordi Sabata Freixa
Music Direction


Born in Berga in 1983, he is a Technical Engineer in telecommunications,  Specialist in electronic administration, Degree in classical singing, and Master in cultural management. It is in the musical field in which he has developed his work more intensively. He has been a student of Xavier Sabata, Margarida Lladó, Assumpta Mateu, Lynne Dawson, Lambert Climent and Ofèlia Sala and has also worked with teachers such as Francisco Poyato, Alan Branch, David Bowman or Malcolm Martineau.

As a soloist, he has performed on several occasions works such as the Requiem by Brahms, Fauré, Saint-Saëns or Mozart, Bach's Magnificat as well as several cantatas, and contemporary works performing in concert halls such as Auditori in Barcelona or Palau de la Música Catalana.  He was awarded in several categories with the Mestre Blanc awards or in the competition for young singers of the Associació Catalana de Professors de Cant. He also obtained scholarships from Fundació Anna Riera and Fundació Victòria dels Àngels, and was chosen to perform the New Generation Program of young talents at the Life Victoria lied festival of the Fundació Victòria dels Àngels. As a choir singer, he has been a member of the Palau de la Música Catalana Chamber Choir, thanks to which he has been able to work with renowned conductors such as Marc Minkowski, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Frans Brüggen or René Jacobs and with orchestras such as the London Symphony or Les Musiciens du Louvre, among others.

Despite his eclectic training, he has devoted much of his time to management and currently directs the Institut de Música d'Andorra la Vella. He was, previously, the academic secretary of the Escola Municipal de Música de Berga and Conservatori de Música dels Pirineus, where he also taught singing, choir and wind band. In the field of conducting, he has conducted, among others, works such as the Requiems of Mozart, Fauré or Rutter, the Stabat Mater of Haydn or the premiere in Spain of the original version of the Requiem of the Welsh composer Karl Jenkins. He has conducted orchestraas such as Terrassa 48 or the Orquestra del Teatre Instrumental, participating in festivals such as Festival de Música Antiga dels Pirineus.  As a wind band director, he has performed several times at the Fira Mediterrània and has been the musical director of the Echos de la Patum, a show performed together with the Comediants theater group on the UNESCO Intangible Heritage festival. He has been conductor of Petits cantors since January 2022.

Outside of the musical field, he has devoted time to historical research with various works such as the discovery of the oldest surviving scores of the Patum de Berga. Likewise, he has also held positions in the political field as councilor of the Berga City Council and vice-president of the Berguedà Regional Council. In the associative field, he has been part of the Board of Omnium Cultural of Berguedà, he has been a member of the Board of the Fundació Casal d'Europa del Berguedà, he has been a collaborator of Ràdio Berga, he is a collaborator of Televisió del Berguedà, has regularly collaborated with the wind band of Cobla Ciutat de Berga or has also been a member of the choir Polifònica de Puig-reig.

Nicolas Licciardi

He began piano studies at the age of 6 in Bourg≠Madame, then at the Marguerite Long School

and at the Regional National Conservatory of Toulouse 

At 11 years old he obtained the first prize of virtuosity of the Concours Musical de France 

Followed Masterclasses by V.Yankoff, F.Clidad, A.Queffelec, J.Rouvier, L.Cabasso, A R El


After the gold medal, he is admitted to the Superior National Conservatory of Music of Paris in

the class of G.Pludermacher and C.Desert where he obtains the prize (TB)in 2007.He

completes with V.Coq, pianist of the trio Wanderer.

In the framework of «Young Talents» he gave several concerts in Paris 

He performs as a soloist and chamber musician at the Hix Festival in Cerdanya, with the quartet

Parisii, the cellist X.Phillips, the violinist Da Min Kim, participates in the Prades Festival, the

Saillagouse Festival with the GlinKa Quartet, at the Festival AMusikenvignes, at the

Romanesque Andorra Chamber Music Festival with Jordi Albelda, a very talented young

Andorran cellist, and also with various sets of chamber music 

Often performs at the Santa María de Puigcerdà Chapel, the Choir of Camilleras de Saillagouse,

the Carol Choir in Music and the Transfrontier Choir of Cerdanya.He is the pianist of the Choir

of the Petits Cantors dssAndorra, the Choir of the Valleys of Andorra, the Chapel of Santa Maria

de Puigcerdà and the Choir of the Cross-Border of Cerdanya 

Rebeca Ballestar
Musical Language

Professor of Musical Language of the Petits Cantors dssAndorra 

Born on April 3, 1988 in Barcelona.She began hes studies at the age of 6 at the Professional

Music Conservatory of Badalona where she studied violin, piano and flute 

She has received lessons from violinists such as Joan Orpella, Anna Beget, Gonçal Comelles and

Marco Fiorinni 

She is currently part of the Simfonova Symphony Orchestra and the Barcelona Philharmonia

Orchestra.She has played under the direction of Alfons Reverté, Mark Friedhof, Manel

Valdivieso, Daniel Antolí, among others 

She has played in various European countries and has participated in various music festivals as

well as recorded television shows and concerts 

Degree in Musical Teaching from the University of Barcelona and Master in Learning Disabilities

and Language Disorders from the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya.She expands hes training by

doing Dalcroze Rhythmic courses and other related to the world of education 

Has developed the pedagogical career as a music teacher in primary education centers of the

Generalitat de Catalunya and in music schools in Barcelona and Andorra.Since 2017 she has

been a teacher of violin, piano and musical language at the Institute of Music of Andorra la


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