The composer Januibe Tejera, born in Salvador/Brazil (1979) into a family of artists, denotes by a work that find is source in treatral written, oral tradition of music and psychoacoustics, different universes that accompanied him throughout his career.
His music, performed by prestigious performers such as the Ictus Ensemble, Ensemble Modern, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France and the Open Camerata, is part of the programe of the major festivals and music events in Europe and America as the Présences Festival, Musica Nova Festival, the Darmstadt Festival or the Milano Musica Festival.
Januibe Tejera was recognized several times with awards, fellowships and commissions, both in Brazil, France and abroad, among which are the Staubach Honorary Award Darmstadt Festival, the San Fedele Prize in Milan, the Fellowship of the Nadia and Lili boulanger Fondation, or the residence as an artist member of the Casa de Velázquez - Academy of Arts of France to Madrid.
M. Tejera studied at the Conservatoire National de Musique Supérieure de Paris, an institution which he left with the first prize in musical composition, and completed his training with the IRCAM Cursus. He had the privilege of studying with masters such as Gérard Pesson, Luis Naon, Yan Marezs, Flavio Oliveira and Tom Mays.
In addition to his activities as a composer, Januibe Tejera was artistic director of the contemporary-RS Festival and musical director for various instrumental ensembles and vocal.