Coloma Bertran is a violinist with a wide range of sounds ranging from Classical, Jazz, Pop, World music, Rock, Folk, Author's Song and Flamenco. His constant research has led him to develop a very personal language, with strong doses of improvisation.
He has collaborated on recordings of a wide variety of artists and has participated in numerous projects of various styles such as Belda & Sanjosex, Guillem Roma, Elena Gadel, Manuel Fuentes & Spring's Team, Sabor de Gràcia, Obese and Fundación Tony Manero. others.
A graduate in Classical Violin Performance from the ESMUC (Barcelona, 2008), she moved to Paris and graduated in Jazz et musiques improvisés at the Center des Musiques Didier Lockwood (2012).
He has studied with Didier Lockwood, Johan Renard, Kai Gleusteen, Eva Graubin, Manfredo Kraemer and Quim Térmens, among others. He complements his training by attending L'instrument et l'improvisation (France, 2010) , Orquestra Escola de Tango (Barcelona, 2013) and Gypsy Jazz Summer School with Tim Kliphuis (Holland, 2015).
As a composer, some of her compositions are published in the "Collection of scores for the Rural Course" (Dinsic, 2012) and in 2015 and 2016 she obtained a grant from the SGAE Foundation for the extension of international studies and for the creation.
Coloma Bertran is currently working on composing her own themes and on the production of teaching materials and combines concerts, recordings, teaching and composition.