Sara Martín Román

Artistic Director

Born in Barcelona, Sara Martín is a doctor in acoustics at the Technical University of Catalonia. She takes part in the organization of Corearte Barcelona, the International Choir Festival yearly held in Barcelona at fall. She studied music at the Can Ponsic Municipal School of Music in Barcelona and was a member of the l’Arc children’s choir conducted by Ester Bonal. She went on to sing at the Sinera Youth Choir at the Lluïsos de Gràcia directed by Eva Martínez until 2008, when she joined Coral Cantiga from Barcelona under the direction of Josep Prats. Sara Martín has moved to Trondheim where she continues her research in acoustics at NTNU and leads the artistic management of Coralua. You can contact her at sara@coralua.com.
Pablo Gómez Margareto

Accountancy and technical work

Born in Ares (A Coruña), Pablo Gómez Margareto is a computer engineer and master in finances. He has been working within the financial sector during the last 3 years and now is starting up his new company in Trondheim, Norway. The new company has two main activities. The cultural one is Coralua and the technical one is trying to push forward to create amazing and eCooLogical things :=) He is a technician work lover and deal with all the logistics, accountancy and technical organisation of the festival. You can contact him at pablo@coralua.com.
Randi Dugstad

Team member

Born in Trondheim, Randi Dugstad is currently Head of department for special studies of Music at The Heimdal High school, Trondheim (Norway). She is singing conductor and artistic director of the chamber choir Ang Passang, from 1991 – and of Trondheim Socialists Choir from 1984 – 1990. She is currently leading the student choir (90 members) at the Heimdal High School, Music department. Randi Dugstad has through the years been in high demand as conductor for projects and seminars with different choirs in her hometown Trondheim. As a guitarist she performed in several concerts on the classical guitar and lute in Trondheim, Hungary and Denmark in the years from (1975 – 1994). Randi is a local advisor of Coralua Trondheim. You can contact her at randi@coralua.com.
Olalla Cobelo

Team member

Born in Ares (A Coruña), Olalla Cobelo is an Industrial Designer graduated by the Escola Universitaria de Deseño Industrial. Olalla has been part of the Leonardo Da Vinci Program in Prague (Czech Republic) working as an industrial designer.Among her last projects, Olalla has been working in several fields of design such as naval architecture or layout and editing. Music is an important component in Olalla's life. She has been associated with Galician folk music from an early age.Olalla is the designer of Coralua Trondheim. You can contact her at olalla@coralua.com.
Olga V. Lehmann O.

Team member

Olga is born in Bogotá (Colombia) and is currently employed at the institute of Psychology at NTNU, where she is doing a PhD. Her research focuses on the functions that different experiences of "silence" have in a daily life basis.She is interested in the musicality of experienced, and the ways us humans relate to noises, voices and sounds. She also sings ag the choir of the institut of psychology and helps in the logistics of Coralua as a volunteer.
Tim Cato Netland

Team member

Born in Seoul, South Korea. Adopted to Norway at the age of 1. Tim Cato is a department engineer at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. He has a B.Sc in Electronics and works at the acoustics group. His focus is measurement techniques. Tim Cato is also an audio and photo enthusiast, and one of his main hobbies is loudspeaker design. It is therefore natural that he is responsible for sound recording, photography, and other related technicalities that arises during the festival. You can contact him at tim@coralua.com.
Nadia Martín

Team member

Born in Barcelona, she is a recent graduate on early childhood education. The past academic year she has been in Belgium's music conservatory studing musical pedagogy as part of the Erasmus program. It has been a really good experience and a perfect opportunity to learn how to teach music to the small children. Nadia took the opportunity to sing with the chamber choir at Namur's conservatory and had the chance to work with Benoit Giraux, current conductor of the choir. She has been singing in choirs since she was 7 years old and she also plays piano, flute and guitar. Nadia's feeling is that music at all levels (playing an instrument, singing, listening) is fundamental and necessary to fill our lives.