Jacinta Clusellas is a guitarist, vocalist, composer and arranger from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her compositions bring together Argentine Folklore and Jazz, in the context of songs influenced by landscapes, poems and literature from Latin America. She presents her music arranged for a 15-piece ensemble, which includes a rhythm section, strings and woodwinds, featuring a fusion of contemporary orchestral arrangements with experimentation and improvisation.
After attending Berklee College of Music under the Latin American Tour Scholarship, she has been actively performing both for her original music and for other projects international projects, in Boston, NYC, Chile and Argentina. Jacinta Clusellas will be releasing her first album “El Pájaro Azul” on 2015, after collaborating as a performer and arranger in projects for Alejandro Sanz, Matthew Nicholl, Oscar Stagnaro, Javier Limón, and A.R. Rahman. Jacintaclusellas.com