Erea Carbajales Molina (Ourense, 1991), with a higher degree in the specialties of Ethnomusicology, Historical Musicology and Violin at the Vigo Conservatory of Music and a Master’s Degree in compulsory secondary education teachers at the University of Vigo. He is currently carrying out his final master’s project on Spanish Modernism in the 19th century with the musicologist Teresa Cascudo, in the context of the Master’s Degree in Applied Musicology at the University of La Rioja. She has attended various editions of the Music Course in Compostela in the specialty of Musicology with José López Calo – receiving a scholarship in the 2016 edition. As a musicologist she has worked for the Dos Acordes company developing research support tasks. His field of research has been focused on the study of video game music, a subject that he has dealt with in a series of conferences given at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Vigo – MARCO (2016), at the Professional Conservatory of Music of Ourense ( 2017), in the Degree in Online Music UNIR (2018), in the Sindicato del Cómic de Ourense (2018), in the ICCWeek in Ourense (2020) and in the JAM Virtual Musicology Conference in Salamanca (2021). Beyond the interactive industry, he also shows great interest in Epic and Trailer Music, a theme that he developed in his work From Wagner to Epic Music: process of creation and commercialization of the new musical genres of the 21st century under the tutelage of the Dr. Carolina Queipo. Since 2017, she has been the host of the popular music podcast on musicology and musical research Anónimo IV together with the composer and pianist Brais González Pérez. Throughout its five seasons, they have had the participation of musicologists, interpreters and musical disseminators such as Conrado Xalabarder, Marina Hervás, Agustín Castilla-Ávila and Abraham Cupeiro, among others. Likewise, since September 2020 she has participated as a collaborator in the program Lambóns viaxeiros of Radio Gallega with a section on musical instruments of the world. She currently collaborates with the Music Bands Commission (SEdeM) as head of communication and as a member of the organizing committee of the III International Congress of said institution. In her role as an interpreter, she combines her work and her academic training with acting as a violinist in the Vigo 430 Symphony Orchestra, the Vigo 430 Baroque Orchestra and the Caspervek group in which, in addition, she works as a pedagogical advisor for their didactic projects.