- Soledad Bordas Ibáñez (Madrid 1949). Pianist and teacher. She has taught the piano and worked as an accompanying pianist at the Galicia and Madrid conservatoires of music. She has been involved in musical education projects run by Juventudes Musicales de Madrid, the Spanish Ministry of Culture and the Culture Department of the Galician Regional Government. She has had articles published in a number of specialist journals including “Música y Educación”, “Opusmúsica”, “Participación Educativa” and ”Scherzo”. She is currently assistant head of the music conservatoire of Amaniel, where she also teaches History of Pianistic Language.
- Felipe Santos (Barcelona, 1970) writes on music, opera, theatre and literature for Actualidad Económica, Ópera Actual, Dosdoce.com and Nueva Revista de Política, Cultura y Arte (where he is also a member of the editorial board). He is a professor of contemporary artistic movements at the Centro Universitario Villanueva, which is part of Madrid’s Complutense University, and he has given conferences in institutions such as the Juan March Foundation and the Bilbao Guggenheim Museum. He is a former director of communications at the Teatro Real.
- José María Siles, a journalist and expert in communications, has spent most of his professional career working for Spanish State Television as a reporter and special correspondent in over 50 countries. Best-known for his live coverage of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the siege of Sarajevo, the war in Lebanon and the racial conflicts in Congo and Haiti, José-María has also been a director of the television channel Canal Sur and at present runs the aNews news agency from Brussels aNews.