Eliane Eliane

eliane - singer, guitar player and composer

Eliane, singer, guitarist, composer and lyricist was born in Switzerland and moved to New York in 1998 to attend the New School University for Jazz and Contemporary music from which she graduated in 2000. Eversince she has been an active force in the New York City Brazilian, Jazz and Latin scene. Eliane performs in New Yorks most famous clubs such as Blue Note, Jazz Standard, Joes Pub, Nuyorican Poets Cafe, Cornelias Street Cafe, Cutting Room and Knitting Factory either as a band leader or as a featured artist.

The list continues with the citys hottest music clubs and lounges like Ace of Clubs, Carlitos Cafe e Galeria, Satalla, Barbes, Kavehaz, Caffe Vivaldi, Puppets, Cleopatras Needle, Acentos Poetry Club and Triad just to name a few. Among the trendiest restaurants and bars in town Eliane had steady appearences at Esperanto, Sushi Samba, Bed, Megu, Barmache, Caviar e Banana, Jules, Punch and so forth. Eliane and her band entertain as well numerous weddings, private and corporate parties for companies such as Time Warner Cable, Bvlgari, C.F. Bucherer, the Rose d'Or television award, Swiss Tourism, the Swiss Society, the Swiss Embassy, Conde Nast etc.

Eliane played in front of thousands of people at major events like the reopening of the Silverstein Building at the World Trade Center, alongside Lou Reed, Susan Vega, the Brazilian Girls and others, the Swiss American Film festival and the Swiss Peaks festival in New York and toured several times all over Switzerland, performed in Germany and France with musicians from America, Brazil, France, Italy, Switzerland and Germany.

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2005

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