Anabel Chávez Díaz. Cellist Bachelor of Music and graduate with a gold degree from the Instituto Superior de Arte in Havana, Cuba. She was a member of the Orquesta de Jóvenes Latinoamericanos based in Venezuela, which was directed by maestro Claudio Adbado, performing several concerts inside and outside of Cuba. She was part of the Orquesta Sinfónica de Holguín for 5 years. She founded and directed the female chamber quartet Concuerda. For several years she was part of the Camerata Romeu sharing with directors and soloists of international renown as: Bernand Rubinstains, Ben Zung, E. Gismonti, Carlos Reyes, Gonzalo Romeu, Gerardo Giusto, Poly Freeman, which allowed her to develop her artistic life musically and intellectually. She received several international awards thanks to recordings. She was part of the prestigious group Orquesta de Cámara de la Habana and Orquesta Música Eterna, leading group of chamber music in Cuba. In 2013, she founded and directed the female group Opening. She is recently accredited as a soloist and instrumentalist in the 1st level, an evaluation that supports her trajectory and musical performance. She is currently a soloist and director of FASLUNA (female project), and works as a teacher in the Orquesta Esperanza Azteca Baja California Sur in the city of La Paz.