Only last year, the composer Raquel García-Tomás won the Spanish National Music Award, honouring the broad-ranging oeuvre of the composer, born in Barcelona in 1984, an oeuvre marked by the “interdisciplinary and innovative character of her personal musical language”, thus the jury. The composer combines live music with electronic pre-recorded tapes and videos, thus in Look Sweetie I Found my Old Projector! (2018) and Pictures of the Floating World (2017). In 2013 she composed the ballet (co)(hes)(ion.), which was given its world premiere by the English National Ballet in London. One focus of García Tomás’ output are stage works; her opera Go, Aeneas, Go won the Neukölln Opera Award in 2015. Most recently, the monodrama Balena Blava was premiered in Barcelona in the 2017/18 season, followed one year later by the world premiere of Je Suis Narcissiste in Madrid.