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Blanca Ramírez-Cárdenas, winner of La Voz de Tu School Online
Paloma Gutiérrez, from Tecnun, and Luciana Rosell, from Education and Psychology, won second and third place in the fourth edition of the contest.
Blanca Ramírez-Cárdenas, a student at School of Economics at the University of Navarra, was the winner of the final of La Voz de Tu School, which was broadcast online on May 29. Paloma Gutiérrez, student of Tecnun, and Luciana Rosell, of School Education and Psychology, reached the second and third place in this fourth edition of competition promoted by area Campus Creativo del Museo Universidad de Navarra.
The final, which is usually held in the theater, was brought to the home this time thanks to the commitment of the participants, Jana Producciones and the Museum, which made possible a gala broadcast on YouTube with live voting. The video of the broadcast has already exceeded 5,200 views. As in the on-site final, viewers were able to vote for their three favorite candidates via their cell phones. In total, 11 finalists gave their best to try to become the voice of campus. They were students from 9 faculties: Architecture, Education and Psychology, Tecnun, Economics, Communication, Nursing, Philosophy and Letters, Medicine and Law.
The Pilar Moreno Awards of this edition were also presented: Álvaro Zimeri was awarded for being the student who has visited the Museum the most this year; Ricardo Piñero was recognized as the most active teacher in the life of the Museum; and José Arrufat was the student- ambassador distinguished for his promotion of project.
Ramírez-Cárdenas, winner of this edition and 1st year Bilingual ADE student, watched the final from her home, accompanied by her family and a group of friends, and says she enjoyed it very much despite the nerves: "I feel very happy and very grateful to have won the contest. I never thought I would win it. But what I am most grateful for is the people I have met, my colleagues, who are great artists. They all did super well and have wonderful voices".
To prepare for the final, in addition to the three face-to-face sessions they received at the Museum before the confinement, online training was added. "It was incredible. We chose the songs before the state of alarm was decreed, in the rehearsals we had in Pamplona, so we already knew which song we were going to sing. The classes were done by Zoom and I learned a lot, especially technique board member, and interpretation of the song", explains the young woman.
In this sense, Gutiérrez, a 4th year Biomedical Engineering student, "the incredible effort of Jana's team, who totally adapted to our schedules and exams. I had a great time recording and I learned a lot: to take more care of my voice, to get rid of my embarrassment and to use 'theater'. There was a moment when I was half intoned and they really encouraged me to continue". She lived the final at Colegio Mayor Jaizkibel, in San Sebastian. "It was a blast and fun to comment on my own performance. I loved seeing the work of my colleagues, the level was very high."
In the case of Rosell, a student of 3rd year of Early Childhood Education, she was able to follow the final from the Museum, accompanied by 4 other finalists, and remembers how she received the award: "I was very excited and a little nervous, I did not expect it at all. It was a very fun night that I will never forget. Right now I feel very happy. I received many messages of congratulations from friends and teachers. I tried very hard and all my classmates had a very good level, they are great and they sing very well!". She also enjoyed the online experience: "I would have loved to sing on the stage of the Museum because it has been my dream since my first year, but I don't regret anything and I would do it again a thousand times".
All three students agree in encouraging participation in future editions. "I would recommend this experience to all students who love music and singing. It's amazing how a song can move the person singing it and those listening to them. That is what makes this experience so brutal," says the winner.