She backs, as a pianist, the experimental music duo Licked Squeaky, with shows in emblematic Berlin venues such as Wendel.
Alba Monart also participates and cooperates with other musicians on an African album.
She’s also part, with the Berlin Philharmonic, of the dance group Lissanga, who are instigators of a dance project for young people. In Berlin, and among an elderly group of people within the project, she performs and dances to a version of Ravel's Bolero.
She subsequently invites the group Lissanga to Terrassa, where they introduce the choreographies of German choreographer Lenah Strohmaier.
Alba Monart, as a pianist and poet, performs some of her poems live with "Kopffarben", prodigious Berlin artists of the digital drawing, colouring and movement.