Biography

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Maria de los Angeles “Cuca” Esteves

was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She graduated from the Music Conservatory of San Martin, Buenos Aires, in 1991 with a degree on Piano and Music Education. In 1994 she continued her studies in Paris where she took classes in electroacoustic music, orchestration, composition and film composition. In 1997 she continued her composition studies at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, The Netherlands, graduating in 2001 with a Bachelors in Instrumental and Electronic Music Composition. In 2006 she graduated from UC Riverside with an MFA in Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts.

Her teaching career

started when she was eighteen years old, teaching private piano students and also teaching music at elementary schools and kindergartens. Between 1991—1993 she taught at the Music Conservatory in Madariaga, Argentina, to children and adults. She was in charge of the piano classes, Music Education and Music Theory classes. Between 1993—1995 he taught at the Music Conservatory of San Martin, Argentina, where she was in charge of the Music Theory and Musicianship classes. Also between these years she taught Music History at the National Conservatory and Music Education at the Collegium Musicum of Buenos Aires. During her student years in Europe she taught private piano lessons and also Music Education at the Cecilia International Music School in The Hague. She lived in California from September 2001 until November 2011, when she moved back to Den Haag, The Netherlands, where she is actually residing.

Her music

has been performed in Festivals in Europe and South America like Gaudeamus International Composers Competition in Holland, Bartok Seminar in Hungary, Donna in Musica in Italy, Buenos Aires No Duerme in Argentina, among others. Her works have also been broadcasted several times in the Concertzender, in Holland, in Radio Resononance, 104.4 FM in London, in ABC Australia, in Radio 100, in Amsterdam, and in KUCI, KUCR, KPFK, KUNM, and NPR in the United States.

As an improviser,

she had performed in different venues in Holland in duo with Gloribel Hernandez (Duo Glo+Cuca) and also produced three CDs, “Café y Mate,” “My Uninhibited Husband” and “Love Songs.” Also as improviser she has performed in Santa Ana, Los Angles, Venice Beach, San Diego, Buenos Aires, Big Sur, Riverside, with her group Wiperfluid, and guests as Boris Baltchum, Andy Nathan, Patricia Martinez, Lionel Kaplan, Diego Chamy, in duos with Tracy Leigh and Jeff Ridenour and as part of the collective “Adaptable Girl.”

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Her latest works

“New Faithful Disco” was composed for the new choreography by Meg Wolfe, presented and produced by RedCat Theater in Los Angeles, premiered in January 28, 29 and 30 2016. Here some reviews:

“Esteves’s powerful electronic score is artfully mixed with the Disco music of the 1970s, allowing each dancer to pay a somewhat veiled tribute to the Disco era…” SeeDance News

“In ‘New Faithful Disco,’ Meg Wolfe and dancers groove through a wild night out”, LA Times

“Meg Wolfe’s “New Faithful Disco” Dance is Mighty Real”, Crave Online

“Disco Odyssey”, Fjord Review

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In 2015 and continuing, the book of the Laberintos de Cleo, en castellano, came out! Edited by the Meninas Cartoneras, from Madrid, the first edition of the short story and CD of Cleopatra and her labyrinth was presented in Madrid in November 2015 (El Retablo de Maese Pedro), then in Buenos Aires in December (La Casona de los Titeres), together with a live Theater Object of Cleo and her friends and the Toy Orchestra. Coming soon, new presentations in Den Haag, Madrid, Alicante and more! Here the CD tracks of the book, still coming out soon, the Spanish version of the song Square Hours.

Los Laberintos in Madrid

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Los Laberintos in Buenos Aires

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During 2014-2015, I also worked and finished the translation/adaptation of DoReMiFacile, a piano method by Marja Captein, from French to Spanish. Coming out soon on Music Sales!

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In 2014, September 13,14, and 15, New Faifhful Disco was presented as a work in progress in the Festival Live Arts Exchange/ LAX

In 2013, the first presentation as an installation, in Nederlands, of “Kronkel” or “Los Laberintos de Cleopatra Valentino” with Marcel Kaars,  in the Zinder Festival in Den Haag, as a co-porduction with the National Toneel.

 “Thirteen Songs from the Year of Death”, the short-story collection “Soy de San Martin”, the music for choreographer Meg Wolfe “The Return of Captain Ladyvoice” at Highways Performance Space in Santa Monica , curating and performing in “In Constant Flux” also at Highways, the music for Demotic in Baltimore (2006), the sound design for “The Roman Forum Project,” (2003) and “Demotic” (2004), both created by Antoinette LaFarge and Robert Allen; the music for the choreography “Projection/Reflection” of Amber McCall, premiered in May 2004, the music for the short film by Robert McLendon “Transcendence,” and the music for Dmae Roberts’ Radio Documentary “Breast Cancer Monologues” broadcasted on NPR. Her last composition, “We’re all gonna be homeless — segue” which was commissioned by the California Ear Unit, was performed on November 8 2004, at LACMA. She also collaborated with the sound design for the piece “In Touch” presented in the 2005 Sygrpah conference in Los Angeles Convention Center. In August 2005, she participated in Rachel Rosenthal’s DbD experience workshop, and in November 2005 she was in charge of the Music Direction and performed in “Solaresque” at the Riverside Metropolitan Museum.

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Since 2005,

she’s has performed some of her stories on the stage: “Bico: The Tekno—Tango Musical,” “Catholic Dating,” and “The Lucky Ladybug” at the Electric Lodge in Venice Beach, Koo’s in Long Beach, Riverside Metropolitan Museum, at the 411 with the Golden Mean Players. Also, she is the producer of “The Rise and Fall of Irvine Meadows West,” a film documentary about the trailer park at UCI, which obtained a grant from the California Council for the Humanities, California Stories project, and a grant from Art College of Design.

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Her thesis piece,

“Identidad,” is a multimedia performance about self and memory, a combination of storytelling, video, interactive technology, music and dance, that takes you on a journey from Buenos Aires, to Paris to The Hague to Riverside, CA.

Her written workyoreading

has been published in “Crate” magazine, “Salty,” “Poemas al Paso,” and “Parte de la Fiction,” and in the online magazines “Umbrales,” “Perro Negro” and “Poesia Salvaje.”

 

Associate Teachers in Pasadena

Edward LaBarbera

is a prominent jazz and classical musician in Los Angeles. He studied both Piano and Acoustic Bass at Indiana University Bloomington and minored in Composition. After performing four years for Norwegian Cruise Line he settled in to teaching piano at the Redondo School of Dance and Music as well as privately in the town of Pasadena.

Gustavo Zdanovich

received his degree in piano performance and music education from the National Conservatory of Music in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and has been providing instruction to students of all backgrounds since 1995. In his native Argentina, he prepared advanced students to successfully pass the entry examinations for the National Conservatory. Gustavo is also interested in the Baroque keyboard repertoire. After a concentration in harpsichord performance, and based particularly on his readings of J. S. Bach, he was offered a fellowship to study in Spain under the Aragonese maestro José Luis Gonzalez Uriol. Parallel interests in humanitarian assistance led him instead to South Asia, and later to a degree in intercultural studies from Fuller Seminary. While at Fuller, he served as music director for the First Presbyterian Church in Altadena, CA. Gustavo enjoys performing as soloist and chamber musician, and has collaborated extensively with eclectic ensembles and bands in Argentina, Australia, India and the U.S. His piano playing/teaching technique emphasizes complete muscle relaxation, based on the school of Vincenzo Scaramuzza.

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María de los Ángeles “Cuca” Esteves

Education

09/2006: MFA Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts, UC Riverside, with emphasis in Playwriting and Multimedia Performance.

2005/2006 MA Music Composition Classes (no degree) at the University of California, Riverside with Professors Paulo Chagas and Renee Coulombe / Member of the UCR Improvisation Ensemble and the Adaptable Girl Collective

07/2001: B.M. Composition, Instrumental and Electronic Music, Royal Conservatory of Music of The Hague. Classes with larence Barlow, Gilius van Bergeijk, CDiderik Wagenaar, Louis Amdriessen and Martijn Padding. Also lessons with the Sonologie’s teachers Paul Berg and Richard Barret.

07/1997: Film Music Composition Diploma, Ecole Normale de Paris and Orchestration Diploma, National Conservatoire de Paris, France.

08/1991: Piano Instructor Diploma, Conservatorio de San Martín, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

12/1989: Music Teacher Diploma, Conservatorio de San Martín, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Other Studies

2010 Private Piano lessons with Neil Stannard, focusing on technique and teaching

Alexander Technique lessons with Frances Marsden

2007 Jazz Classes at Pasadena City College with David Arnay

2003: Radio Production, Saddleback College, Mission Viejo.

2002: Producer Training Program, KPFK 90.7 FM, Los Angeles.

1997: Seminary Bartok in Sombathely, Hungary, in Composition with Brian Ferneyhough and Electronic Music with the Ircam technology and software.

1996 Composition at Ecole National de Montreuil with Guy Reibel

1995-1997: Electroacoustic Music Composition Superior Class, at the Ecole Nationale de Genevilliers, France, with Professor Jean Schwarz.

1995-1997: Ecriture (Harmony and Counterpoint) at the Conservatory Jean-Phillipe Rameau, with professor Stephane Delplace

1995-1997: Orchestration at Conservatoire Superieure de Paris CNR, with Alain Louvrier.

1995-1997: Composition with Professor Mme Levechin

1995: Orchestration at the Ecole de Musique de Ville d’Avrai with Professor Patrick Schiarrino

1994: Seminary “Analysis of Livre d’orgue d’Olivier Messiaen” with Roque de Pedro.

1992-1994 Seminary “ Sound synthesis and signal digitalization” at the Municipal Conservatory of Buenos Aires, with Arnaldo Di Pace.

1992: Improvisation in Popular Music, at the Municipal Conservatory of Buenos Aires, with Professor Ricardo Capellano

1992-1994 Composition lessons with Juan Maria Solare, Guillermo Pozzatti and Leo Masliah.

1991-1992 Orff Method and Percussion for school ensembles, by Antonio Yepes, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2007-2010 Creative Writing workshops in Spanish with Mempo Giardinelli, Alicia Kozameh, and Sebastián Olaso.

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List of COMPOSITIONS, PERFORMANCES, SPOKEN WORD, MUTLIMEDIA, AND STORYTELLING

For some examples go here:

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http://www.youtube.com/user/cucaesteves

2016: “New Faithful Disco” was composed for the new choreography by Meg Wolfe, presented and produced by RedCat Theater in Los Angeles, premiered in January 28, 29 and 30 2016.

2015: Los Laberintos de Cleo, en castellano, came out! Edited by the Meninas Cartoneras, from Madrid, the first edition of the short story and CD of Cleopatra and her labyrinth was presented in Madrid in November 2015 (El Retablo de Maese Pedro), then in Buenos Aires in December (La Casona de los Titeres), together with a live Theater Object of Cleo and her friends and the Toy Orchestra. Coming soon, new presentations in Den Haag, Madrid, Alicante and more! Here the CD tracks of the book, still coming out soon, the Spanish version of the song Square Hours.

In 2014, September 13,14, and 15, New Faifhful Disco was presented as a work in progress in the Festival Live Arts Exchange/ LAX

In 2013, the first presentation as an installation, in Nederlands, of “Kronkel” or “Los Laberintos de Cleopatra Valentino” with Marcel Kaars,  in the Zinder Festival in Den Haag, as a co-porduction with the National Toneel.

2012 Installation/performance with Marcel Kaars, WunderTuin, with kinetic and sound sculptures, live piano improvisation and sound track for 16 channels rotating sound, as part of the Kunstroute Scheveningen & Co, October 7th, 2012.

Presentation of CD Portretten/Retratos at the Sinagoge, Delft, September 23rd, 2012.

Arrangements and recording of the songs written by Jacqueline Castro Ravelo for the CD Portretten/Retratos, in Delft, August 25-26th, 2012.

Installation/performance with Marcel Kaars, WonderKamer, with kinetic and sound sculptures, live piano improvisation and video, at Mashup Festival, Bink Fijf Hoog, Den Haag, April 7, 2012.

Recording of the “Thirteen Songs from the Year of Death”: my first solo album of songs in English (mostly); mix of folk, pop, tango and chacarera, at the Egbert Schagen studio in Rotterdam, February 2012.

 

2011: Three original songs from “Thirteen Songs from the Year of Death” , solos and in collaboration with Rudi Galindo, performed at the first “Desmadre” organized by the Adrian Cervantes Mejia Fund for emerging artists in May 2011 at the Arcata Playhouse in May 21st, 2011.

 

2010: Three original songs performed life at Wordspace from the upcoming album “Thirteen Songs from the Year of Death”: “The Calm Before the Storm”, “Bad Dream” and “Needy.”

Performances with the Music Club of original songs and improvised music.

 

2009-2008 Artist in Residency at the Joshua Tree Highlands Artists Residency, in July 2009, for the writing of the collection of poems “Love Songs from the Desert”, bilingual in English and Spanish.

Reading at Wordspace as part of the event, “This is not my Story, this is not my memory”, Wordlab, and at the Joshua Tree Artists Residency Opening Event.

Writing of the book: “Soy de San Martín” a collection of short stories in Spanish.

 

2007: Curator and Performer with the Bapudi Collective at Highways “In Constant Flux,” an improvisation festival in June 2007, featuring spoken word pieces (On Name, On Memory III: I Love You), and other music and text improvisations.

Original music, text, and video creation, in collaboration with James McLendon of the Bapudi Collective, of “On Memory II: I Love you”, presented at the CCRMA Stage / Stanford University in April, and performed live with the Bapudi Collective in “In Constant Flux” at Highways Performance Space in June.

Live original music for “The Return of Captain Ladyvoice” by choreographer/performer Meg Wolfe, presented at Highways Performance Space in March.

The Rise and Fall of Irvine Meadows West” documentary, for which I composed music and produced, selected to the ReelHeART International Film Festival, Toronto Canada.

 

2006: Live Original Music for “Demotic” a creation of Antoinette LaFarge and Robert Allen, presented at The Baltimore Theater Project.

Production and Performance of “Identidad,” a multimedia performance at UCR. Writing, composition and music arrangements, piano performance, graphics, video creation, etc.

Performances of storytelling with live electronics and other live instruments (bandoneon, recorder, objects) at the OpenFist Theater, Riverside Metropolitan Museum, Riverside Art Museum, Division 9 Gallery, Koo’s, The Electric Lodge, San Diego, UCRiverside, etc.

Performances with the UCR Free Improvisation Ensemble and “Adaptable Girl” at UCR

“Two Dried Apricots and a Rotten Walnut,” with the Bapudi Collective: storytelling, interactive record player, and Greek Choir, at RedCat Studio series.

Screening of the Documentary “The Rise and Fall of Irvine Meadows West” at Art Center College of Design and at the University of California, Irvine, for which I composed music and produced, http://trailerparkfilm.com/

Storytelling, Latin American stories, at Molaa, Long Beach.

Storytelling at “Dog Days of Summer”, performing “Dogs of Riverside,” “Suni,” and “Rigoberto Ignacio Panayotis,” at Gallery Division 9, in Riverside

Storytelling and music performance at the Riverside Metropolitan Museum for “Retracing the Declaration of Sentiments.” Performed: “La Femme,” “Interview with Myself,” “Bico: The Techno-Tango Musical,” and music improvisations.

Sound Design and Board Operator for “Into the Woods” presented by Doma Theater Compay at the Met Theater in Los Angeles

Sound Design for “Simply Maria” and “Los Vendidos” presented at Casa101 in Los Angeles

 

2005 Performance and Musical Direction of “Solaresque” presented at the Riverside Metropolitan Museum with Juan Felipe Herrera.

Performance of “Bico: The Techno-Tango Musical” at Koo’s, Long Beach and the Golden Mean Players, Riverside.

Sound design for the interactive piece “In Touch” presented with UCR dancer Isabel Valverde, in the 2005 Sygrpah conference in Los Angeles Convention Center.

 

2004: “We’re All Gonna be Homeless…. Segue” for ensemble and electronics commissioned by the California Ear Unit presented at MOCA.

Original Score for Dmae Roberts’ Radio Documentary “Breast Cancer Monologues” broadcasted in NPR.

Live original music for “Projections/Reflections” by choreographer Amber McCall, presented at the UC Irvine in May 2004.

Live original music for “Demotic” by Antoinette LaFarge and Robert Allen, presented at the Beal Center at the UC Irvine.

 

2003-2004:“We’re All Gonna be Homeless Pretty Soon” a radio piece commissioned by Radio Resonance FM, London, aired in Radio Resonance in London and the web, and later presented at KUNM’s Aether Fest and other stations and art galleries throughout the United States.

Sound Design and live music for “The Roman Forum” by Antoinette LaFarge and Robert Allen, presented at the Beal Center at the UC Irvine.

 

2002-2004 Performances with Wiperfluid improvisation ensemble, playing keyboards, live electronics and found objects in Los Angeles, Santa Ana, Irvine, Big Sur, and Buenos Aires.

 

2002 Live original music and composition of the song Libertad sin Pájaros” for three female voices and electronics, for the Internet Telematic performance of “Songs of Sorrow, Songs of Hope” (2001) and “Voyages of Aeneas- Fixed/Not” (2002) produced between the dance and music department of both UC Irvine and New York University. http://www.nyu.edu/education/music/internet2

“Libertad sin Pájaros” was also performed, in its acoustic form, as part of the concert “Songs for Freedom” on May 5th 2002, in Utrecht, The Netherlands.

 

2001 “Algo asi como una chacarera” performed by the Marteen Altena Ensemble the 22nd and 23rd February 2001 in Korzo Theater, Den Haag, and Ijsbreker, Amsterdam.

“Mirrors” for violin and electronics, performed in Koln, Germany, and in Den Haag, The Netherlands, as part of the Mai Festival in May and June 2001.

“Espejos” for alto and bass flute, performed May 25th, and June 1st 2001, in Amsterdam and Den Haag, The Netherlands.

Organization and performance at “Alchemy Weekend” in The Hague, in June 2001, where more than five groups participated including dancers, musicians, and technology.

Performances using voice, samplers and other electronic instruments with Duo Glo+Cuca in The Hague and Amsterdam

 

2000 “L’opera desnuda” a music-theater-opera, for soprano, alto, speaking voice, trombone, bandoneon, percussion, contrabass and live electronics, produced for the Korzo Theater in Den Haag and premiered in march 2000. Also has been selected for the Gaudeamus Music Week, to participate in the Young Composers Competition in September, performed at Bimhuis.

“En tren a Avellaneda” for harpsichord, speaking voice, tape and electronics commissioned by Leonardo Valiante to be played in the Sweet Week 2000, 30h October, in Ijsbreker, Amsterdam.

Teatro 1” for mixed choir and tape, that will be played for the Koor Nieuwe Muziek in the May Festival 2000 on Korzo Theater, Den Haag.

Escena del Teniente Coronel de la Guardia Civil” (for children choir, three children actors, small percussion instruments ensemble and public participation. The texts are from “Poema del Cante Jondo “ of Garcia Lorca.)

 

1999 “LaMano” for speaking voice, percussion and doublebass, with text by myself, performed at the Music School in Koln (30 April, 1999) and at Korzo Theater in Den Haag (6 Mai 1999).

“DOS” for harpsichord and guitar, commissioned by Donna in Musica, IV Festival, and performed in Fuiggi, Italy.

“Concerto per cello, imagine e rumori” composition for cello, video and electronics, video of Martyn van Boven, performed at Sonic Acts Festival, august 1998, Paradiso, Amsterdam; at Paard, Den Haag, in November 1998; at Blue Loft, Breda in February 1999.

“Lorca’s songs” seven songs with poems of Federico Garcia Lorca, for 3 singers and different combinations with violin, bass, percussion, and speaking voice, recorded in Amsterdam and aired at the Concertzender Radio Program, in February 1999 and performed at the Mai Festival 1999 in Den Haag.

Performance with Gloribel Hernandez, improvisation duo ‘Glo + Cuca’ at Paard, at Gallery Keller and Gallery Seefrau, in Den Haag and Vrij Media Kafe in Amsterdam in 1999.

CUCAGLOWCANMARS’ improvisation trio with Gloribel Hernandez and Marcel Kaars, using samplers, synthetiser, voices, electric bass, objects and video installations.

Production in association with Gloribel Hernandez of the alum “Cafe y Mate” with improvisations recorded between august 1998 and February 1999.

Radio programs with Gloribel Hernandez and Marcel Kaars about improvisation

In Radio Tonka (Den Haag) and Radio 100 (Amsterdam) and production of a CD (My uninhibited husband) with Radio broadcasting selections.

Production of CDs “Cafe y Mate,” “My Uninhibited Husband” and “Love Songs” with Gloribel Hernandez (Glo+Cuca)

 

1998 Performance with the trio Que, improvisation, at Vrij Media Kafe, Amsterdam, February

Chambre 40”, for Alto Recorder and tape, performed at Ijsbreker, Amsterdam in April 1998, at ” Buenos Aires no duerme Festival “ and La Scala de San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina, jully 1998.

 

1996/1997 “Algo triste” for clarinet quartet, at Auditorium Saint Germain des Pres in Paris.

Harmonization of songs for “Le petit Oiseaux” a Music-theater for children performed at Auditorium Saint –Germain desPres, Paris

El silencio” (song with poem of Federico Garcia Lorca for soprano and Double bass) and “Frases” for piano, at Foundation des Etats Unis, Cite Universitaire, in Paris.

Performances with the improvisation group “Thrysas” ( Instants Chavires, Foundation Argentine, Le Garage) between 1996-97 in Paris.

El Silencio” and “La multitud encerrada en una botella” –tape- at Bartok Seminary in Sombathely, Hungary, in 1997.

Several performances at Korzo Theater in Den Haag: (“Ariel la corrida y la muerte” –tape-, La multitud…-tape- “impro 4” – video and tape- and performance with the sonologie ensemble, etc.)

 

Radio and Film Production

2006 Freelance Radio Producer of the music feature segment (program #8) for the series Crossing East produced by Dmae Roberts and broadcasted in more than 200 stations

Independent Producer for Bapudi Film for the film documentary “The Rise and Fall of Irvine Meadows West,” which obtained a California Story Grant in October 2005

2005-2006: Freelance radio producer: Tape-sync for Karen Lewelen, Dmae Roberts, and Market Place from NPR

Producer of the UCR Women’s Resource Center Radio Show pilot

2003-2004: Host of Radio Cuca, at KUCR

Production Mentorship with Dmae Roberts as part of the AIR Mentor Program

Commissioning of “We’re all gonna be homeless pretty soon” by Radio Resonance FM, London, aired in Radio Resonance, and later in KUNM’s Aether Fest and other stations and art galleries throughout the United States.

2002-2003 Volunteer Radio Producer for KPFK- Documentaries and Public Affairs

Host of music programs for America Radio Network in Tustin; and music and humorist talk shows for Huehuetero Community Radio in Los Angeles, with Alexia Bonvin, and Radio Cuca in KUCI.

1998-2000 Host of shows on improvisation, in Radio 100, Amsterdam

 

Grants, Scholarships and Awards

2011 Nominated for the Lucas Fellowship at the Montalvo Arts Center

2009 Awarded a Support Stipend for an Artist Residency at Can Serrat, Spain

2009 Artist’s Residency at the Joshua Tree Highlands House, July

2007 People’s Choice Award for “The Rise and Fall of Irvine Meadows West” at Smogdance

2006 Research Grant from UC Riverside

2006 Gluck Fellowship

2006 California Council for the Humanities, California’s Stories Grant for the documentary “The Rise and Fall of Irvine Meadows West” of which she was the producer and narrator (http://trailerparkfilm.com/), and Art Center College of Design Grant for the same film.

2005 Students Affairs Award (Women’s Resource Center)

2004 Graduate Fellowship from UCR

2004 Second Prize Saddleback Essay Competition for “Life in 2030?”

2000 Selection of “L’Opera Desnuda” for the Gaudeamus Composition Competition (The Netherlands)

1999-2000 Scholarship from Schuurman Schimmel-Van Outeren Stichting (The Netherlands)

 

 

Publications

2010 Publication of “Domingo 29 de marzo” in the oncoming number of El Coloquio de los Perros Number 27

Publication of “Beatriz” and “El oráculo” in Palabra Abierta Number 6 http://hispanicla.com/palabra/dos-cuentos-de-maria-de-los-angeles-esteves-6422

Publication of “Contame tu vida” in Resonancias.org Number 97 http://www.resonancias.org/article/read/824/contame-tu-vida-cuento-por-maria-de-los-ngeles-esteves/

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2009 Publication of “Marta” in Spanish in “The Barcelona Review” Number 69. http://www.barcelonareview.com/69/s_mae.html

Publication of a selection of poems from “Love Songs From the Desert” written at the Joshua Tree Highlands Artist Residency, in July 2009, in the American Free Journal, Volume 30 Number 35

Interview to Alicia Kozameh in the Argentinean Magazine “Generación Abierta a la Cultura” August 2009

2005 Publication of the short story “Marta” (English) in Crate Magazine www.crate.ucr.edu/marta.html

Publication of the essay “Life in 2030?” (English) in Salty magazine

Publication of the poem “Frasquitos” (in Spanish) in Naranjas y Nopales

2004 Publication of the short story “Monica” (Spanish) in the online magazine “Umbrales”

1991 Publication of the short story “Perfume Azulado” in the Anthology “Parte de la Ficcion” (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and of the poems “Absoluto” and “En tren a Avellaneda” in the Anthology “Poemas al Paso” (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

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