vocal / live looping
Alba Nacinovich graduated with the highest scores of cum laude jazz singing at the conservatory "Giuseppe Tartini" in Trieste in the class of prof. Klaus Gesing. Besides Trieste, she studied at the conservatory of Porto, Portugal.
She has been awarded at several occasions as a composer, arranger and performer, for the entertainment, electronic and film music (Franco Russo Award for Young Jazz Musicians, "Innovation Award for Music" at Karlovac RockOff 2015 Festival, 1st place at the Istroveneto Festival 2014, 2nd place at the Voicingers 2013 festival, 1st place at the Istra Nobilissima Festival 2011).
She has performed throughout Europe with names like Glauco Venier and Scott Kinsey (both nominated for Grammy), Hadrian Feraud, Janek Gwizdala and Jure Pukl. She has attended the workshops of leading jazz musicians and has appeared on numerous albums, including Porin's award-winning "Sol et Luna" Elvis Stanić Group and "The Knightingale Cabaret" by Zvjezdan Ruzic, and on the album by Zan Tetičkovič "The Port Of Life", ASCAP Award winner Johnny Mendel in 2017. She collaborated with the Cantus Ensemble, with the Italian and Croatian drama and the orchestra of the Croatian National Theater Opera "Ivana pl. Zajc "in the role of actress and solo singer. In 2017, she was selected by conductor Airelle Besson to joi the Euroradio Jazz Orchestra.
She taught modern and jazz singing at several music schools in Italy and worked as a music editor at Radio Rijeka until she moved to London in 2016.