Graziela Camacho is a Los Angeles native, raised in L.A, Mexico and Orange County, where she pursued violin and design studies from Chapman Conservatory of Music. In 2010 she received her MA in Multimedia from Cal State University East Bay. She has studied under, Mischa Lefkowitz from the LA Philharmonic, as well as Dana Freeman and Paul Manaster from the Pacific Symphony Orchestra and Rubén Fernández in Madrid, Spain. In addition to music and graphic design knowledge, Ms. Camacho has also worked as a Music Therapist – providing volunteer sessions to various demographics ranging from autistic children to adults with mental disorders. In 2005 she joined the San Francisco Sinfionetta, the Oakland Civic Orchestra, Juanita Ulloa’s only all female Mariachi Picante and the Bay Area Chamber Orchestra. Ms. Camacho has free-lanced throughout Southern California, the Bay Area and Madrid. She has performed at various counterculture events and venues such as the Pasadena Doo Dah Parade, the California Institute for Abnormal Arts, the Pasadena Library, Workspace and La Pena Cultural Art’s Center and has toured with Orquesta Iuventas in Madrid, Spain.
She makes a living through Graphic Design and Web Design. She joined the Pasadena Community Orchestra in November 2011.