Zenaida Romeu - conductor

Zenaida Romeu
Zenaida Romeu studied piano with her mother, Zenaida Romeu Gonzalez, Choir Conducting with Agnes Kralovsky, and Orchestral Conducting with Gonzalo Romeu, at the Superior Institut of Art in Havana became the first Cuban Orchestra Conductor graduated in 1992. Received master classes with Olaf Koch and Gert Firshmuth in Cuba and Germany.

She has worked as musical director on the films The Annunciation directed by Enrique Pineda Barnet, Chamaco and El Premio Flaco by Juan Carlos Cremata, as well as the animated The Ugly and The Moon in the Garden, of the Cross by Adanoe and Yemely Lima, and participated in the feature film soundtrack for Sale, by Jorge Perugorría.

With her own orchestra, Camerata Romeu, was presented at Duke, Northdrige, Baltimore, and Wake Forest Universities, USF, University of Judaism, as well as in CALART, in the Los Angeles County Museum, Santa Bárbaba Museum and other prestigious centers of culture and art.

The Camerata Romeu has performed at festivals and concert tours in Mexico, USA, Canada, Costa Rica, Colombia, Venezuela, Bolivia, Martinique, Jamaica, Barbados, Ecuador, Spain, Belgium, Norway, Sweden and France.