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Carla Gracia

Singer, voice couch and licensed in the USA by the Estill Voice Training System (Voice Craft), Carla Gracia was formed with the best British and American teachers. Born in Buenos Aires and established in Barcelona since 1999, she made her debut on national television to 16 years, winning a contest for young talents. Since then has sung from one side to another of the ocean different styles with her warm and elegant voice.

She began her training as a dancer, at thirteen years was admitted at National Conservatory of Dance in Argentina, where she studied for nine years. Following the suggestion of a friend, presented in a multitudinary casting organized by Channel 9 Buenos Aires in search of a female voice and, without previous experience, or singing lessons; was chosen. Participates in the show for long time and begin taking sing classes with Ruben Alvarado, a professor who insisted what this teenager sing ‘tangos’.

Combine the career of dance, television, testing and the college, was not easy. She had to choose, returned to the dance and finished their studies. Later, working as a dancer, comes to the Dominican Republic and the orchestra which put music to the show offers she make a show special as a singer and that's when the dancer gave way to the singer.

He moved to Spain and is dedicated exclusively to study music, piano, classical and modern harmony, and start again taking singing lessons. Take several master classes with Paul Farrington (Royal Academy of Music, London). Perfect your technique with Helen Rowson (Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts) and travels to America where she graduated with a master by the Estill Voice Training System.

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Primary Instrument

Voice / vocals

Location

Barcelona

Willing to teach

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