Paulina Derbez is an award wining classical and avantgarde violinist, a Tedx speaker and author of The Conscious Musician book. She performs and gives conferences and courses in countries such as Canada, Mexico, Austria, Italy and Switzerland.
Distinguished mexican prize 2019
Mexican Government IME
One of the 50 celebrities that are transforming Mexico 2013
One of the Top ten most successful Mexicans in Canada
The Globe and Mail
Paulina Derbez conquered Koerner Hall
Television México al día
Reflections, from Squash Court Collective featuring choreography and dancing by Lucy Rupert, and music by Paulina Derbez, was my favourite performance of the night. The piece explored both women’s journeys to freeing their true selves. Derbez’s violin, singing, and breathwork were haunting and soulful, and Rupert’s movements were expressive and powerful. Both women performed as though they were conjuring spirits to rise.
Mirrors is a unique artistic experience in which the public gets captivated by the interplay of light and sound, which constitutes a complex fight and peace-making with our inner self. Paulina’s powerful voice and violin playing go deep into your unconscious. …
This is an incredible achievement in the realm of introspective performing arts.
Itzel Avila, Luthier
Mind-body teaching principles for performing music
For advanced music students and professional musicians
Location: Swansea Town Hall, Toronto
Dates: November 4 to 9, 2019
Registration deadline: September 1, 2019
“The Conscious Musician Program is exactly the missing component to classical musical curriculums”
Y.Lee, M.Mus, Guildahll School of Music
If you really want to know the real meaning of making music, this book is a must in your library.
The Conscious Musician is a book orientated to modify the parents and teachers perception about the teaching and learning music process. Paulina Derbez based on her own experience wrote this book that works as a learning manual and a synthesis of the real meaning of making music.
“The Conscious Musician’ A stunning work, destined to change the perception of music teaching held by parents, teachers and students completely”
Jorge Volpi, author and director of the Cultural Department of UNAM
AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH AS AN E-BOOK
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