Bera Romairone is an Argentinean saxophonist based in Switzerland, active in the fields of contemporary creation and cultural management. She obtained her degree in musical arts at the National University of Arts in Buenos Aires and received 1st prize in the first Chamber Music competition of the University. Studying with Arno Bornkamp (Netherlands), Marie-Bernadette Charrier (France) and Pierre-Stéphane Meugé (Switzerland) among other international teachers, she received her Master degree in Performance and Musical Pedagogy. She holds a Páleo Hes-So Prize (CH) and has received the support of Mozarteum (Arg), National Fond of Arts (Arg), Foundation Irène Dénéréaz (CH), Foundation Max Jost (CH), Ibermúsicas (int) and ProHelvetia (CH), among others. She is a member of the international collective Young Blood initiative (NL) and an active member of the platform Collège Contemporain (FR). Bera works as a saxophone teacher in Switzerland and shares her passion for music and education through master-classes, residencies, workshops and conferences in universities, conservatories and academies such as the Fine Arts University of La Plata (ARG), Cordoba University (ARG), Conservatory of Athens (GR) and University do Rio Grande do Norte (BR). She regularly participates in ensembles and contemporary and classical music festivals such as Delian Academy for New Music (GR), Grachten Festival (NL), Darmstädter Ferienkurse (GE), Experimentation centre of Theater Argentino TaCEC (ARG), Mauricio Kagel Conferences (GE), IGNM Bern, (CH), Próxima Centauri, Plateforme Container, Meta-ksi collective & Collège Contemporain (FR). Bera holds a degree in cultural management from the University of Santiago de Compostela (ES) and collaborates with the concert cycle Fracanaüm (CH) in the conception and realization of cultural mediation activities. She is the founder, saxophonist and artistic director of Awkas ensemble (FR-CH), specialized in contemporary music, and communication assistant at Delian Academy for New Music (GR).