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CONVERSATION WITH ROXANA AMED

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BIOGRAPHY

The singer-songwriter born  in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Graduate Career Letters and trained at the National Conservatory also educated with great local teachers vocally and instrumentally. She began her  recording career as a soloist, currently has six albums as a leader and several collaborations notable albums, composing music close to jazz folk poetry with sophisticated sound.

In 2001 she won a Martín Fierro, the most important prize of TV in Argentina as an author. His albums Limbo (EMI 2004, RCA / Sony Music 2008) and Entremundos (S-Music 2006 RCA / Sony Music 2008), were produced along with musician Pedro Aznar, former Seru Giran and Pat Metheny Group, winner of Grammy Awards and several times winner of the Gardel Prize for Music Argentina. Both albums were awards and nominations Gardel Awards and remarkable reviews.

In 2009 she produced and directed The voice beyond a DVD recorded live at 5.1 with known figures of the local scene.

In 2010 he edited Finnish Film Archive, in duo with pianist Adrian Iaies, three times nominated for the Latin Grammy Awards, with an original language of both, including repertoire of Thelonious Monk and Cuchi Leguizamón. This album was nominated for Best Jazz Album of the Gardel Awards in Argentina.

In April 2011, presented Innocence, a record with own pieces and classic Argentine folklore, whose sound is defined by musicians from the jazz and Guillermo Klein and Adrián Iaies.

In 2011 he collaborated as guest singer on the album The Landing, the Argentine singer León Gieco. On this album also included the likes of Charly García, Luis Alberto Spinetta and Gustavo Santaolalla.

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