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A day with My Sheet Music Transcriptions vol. 5: Anandi, Assistant Manager

Today we bring you the fifth part of our “Behind the Scenes” series. The next in the row is Anandi, Assistant Manager. 

Hello! How’s life everybody? In this post, we’ll know more about Anandi’s life at the office. 

 

 So, what does she do?

 

 Like Júlia and Albert, Anandi is part of the Assistant manager team. But, as you already know, each of them has a special “superpower”!

 

Anandi is (I quote) the “Sibelius (notation software) nerd”, meaning she takes care of issues we might encounter with the notation program. She carries out file conversions from Finale to Sibelius and, overall, she makes sure no information is lost when switching programs. 

 

Expanding classical music

 

Anandi studied composition and conducting in the UK, and she applies all this precious knowledge to her job. Here at My Sheet Music Transcriptions, she’s learned how to coordinate between the clients and our team, evaluating every request.

 

Anandi is also the queen of experimental music! She loves to merge her classical music background with contemporary genres, like Electronic Dance Music –yep, I also googled this concept.

 

For this reason, she enjoys her task at the office, as she gets to see a great variety of musical projects. It is always a challenge to find the best way to notate a piece of music, as each composition has different characteristics.

 

Origins and life journey

So, you might notice her name is certainly not Spanish, nor English.

Anandi has some very interesting origins! Born and raised in India by Spanish parents, she then moved to the UK to study music and stayed there for 7 years. I bet she enjoys rainy days!

But that’s not all… Once she finished studying, she decided to walk 900 km across Spain on the Camino de Santiago!! –Now please, Anandi, tell me: how did you do it?!

Finally, she found herself in Barcelona, a very international city that fits her personality.

 

We sure love Anandi’s multicultural background. Since we work in an international environment, open-mindedness and curiosity are essential traits.

 

#FunFact: If Anandi could only eat one food for the rest of her life, it would be OLIVES. Mmm… Yummy stuff.

 

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