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Ingrid Beaujean Ingrid Beaujean is part of a new generation of mexican jazzists, which is characterized by its interest in rescuing the musical traditions of his country and disseminate them globally. Currently, she leads a quartet which has successfully performed in different clubs all around Mexico. Accompanied by young musicians, began this new phase with the intention of discovering her creative limits. Its main objective is to change the stereotypes that exist at national and international level about what it means to be Mexican in a country that has many things to offer. Mexico is more than drug trafficking, canciones rancheras, Mexican corridos, tacos, tequila and mariachi hats, and jazz is the tool that Ingrid has chosen to prove it. Born in Mexico City in 1986, from an early age began her love for music. At eight years old, she joined the Children and Youth Choir of Mexico, with which she toured throughout Mexico. At just 10 years old, premiered works by renowned Mexican composer Arturo Márquez, and in 1999 she sang before the Pope John Paul II, in the welcome event organized by the then President Ernesto Zedillo. At 15, she joined the National School of Music of the UNAM to study Classical Composition and two years later discovered jazz when she listened to a record from Sarah Vaughan. Studied Bachelor of Jazz, majoring in Scat Singing, in the Superior School of Music, which is part of the Mexico's National Institute of Fine Arts, graduating with congratulations on her great performance along her career

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Chistmas Time

Unknown label
2014

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Miércoles

Unknown label
2013

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Amartya

Unknown label
2009

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