Annette Fradera, born in San Antonio Texas, has a bachelor degree in music, and has worked in theatre, cabaret, record production, special projects design and production, television, music research and curating, music education, and mainly as a music supervisor for film.

She began working as a music supervisor in film in 1992, beginning with “Like Water for Chocolate”.

Has worked with multiple film directors, producers and composers;
Michael Nyman, Leo Brower, Benjamin Shwartz, among others.
In film, Alfonso, Carlos and Jonás Cuarón, Guillermo Arriaga, Tommy Lee Jones, John Fitzgerald, Kieran Fitzgerald, and collaborated as Mexican music consultant in two Robert Rodriguez films, and many other films and documentaries.

Interested in Mexican period music, Mexican-American border music, Mexican traditional and folk, music education, legal education for musicians and composers, and supporting young emerging talents in small indie films and film school thesis works….and in a special manner, consulting, advising and teaching new upcoming music supervisors in México.