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LIFE & MUSIC

Gian-Carla Tisera is a classically trained opera artist. Born in Bolivia and educated in the US, she received her Master’s degree in operatic performance from the University of Southern California. As an artist representing her Bolivian ancestry with her art, she was awarded the Medal of Honor for Merit - one of the highest honors bestowed to artists in the country. She has sung in operas, collaborated with international orchestras and expanded her artistic voice with fusion projects all over the world, including in the US, Europe, Mexico, and various countries in Latin America. It was while living in New York City that she was defied to discover her creative freedom and experiment with vanguardist musical concepts, which provoked her to recreate and expand her artistic voice through jazz and the fusion of musical genres and cultural themes. Her music is inspired by the mysticism of indigenous nations, by the Afro-Latin diaspora, funk, jazz, classical, Bolivian folk, soul, dance, spoken word and made whole by the beauty and power of nature. Her current projects include multiple opera and theater presentations in Latin America, a Bolivian tour featuring the Kansas City-based Ensemble Iberica, and an album of improvisational music recorded in the jungles and high mountains of Bolivia. Other future projects include an electronic music album featuring the Argentinian duo, Milagro Verde and a biographical music album to be released in 2025. Complementing her music career, Gian-Carla is the host of Lengua Desnuda Podcast, with which she further reaches into the voices of experts and visionaries across all disciplines to create a space of exploration and cultural dissection. She currently lives and performs between the US and Bolivia, where she experiments with ecological lifestyles, cultural projects, and nature-inspired artistic creation. Listen to her music on all platforms. Listen to her Podcast on Spotify, YouTube, and other streaming platforms. .

“She’s doing things that defy logic, yet amplify the imagination.”  

- AXS Entertainment

 

“The beauty and power of Gian-Carla’s sublime gift allows the listener the rare opportunity to simply become enveloped in a lyrical wonderland that few have the ability to communicate.”

- Critical Jazz Magazine 

VIDA & MUSICA

Gian-Carla Tisera es una artista boliviana que recibió la Medalla de Honor al Mérito en Bolivia. Se formó como cantante lírica en Estados Unidos y mientras vivía en la ciudad de Nueva York experimentó con la vanguardia musical y la improvisación, lo cual la provocó a re-crear su voz artística con una fusión de géneros y temas culturales. Su música es inspirada por el misticismo de las naciones indigenas, por la diáspora afro latina, por él funk, jazz, la opera, el folklore boliviano, el soul, el baile, la palabra hablada, y la belleza y el poder de la naturaleza. Ha cantado en operas, con orquestas y con sus proyectos de fusión musical en Estados Unidos, Bolivia, Europa, México y el Caribe. Sus actuales proyectos incluyen un disco de musica improvisada grabado en las selvas y montañas de Bolivia, múltiples presentaciones de operas y teatro en Latino America, un disco de musica electrónica en coproducción con Milagro Verde, el duo Argentino basado en Bolivia, y un disco intimo biográfico que se lanzará el 2025. Gian-Carla es la anfitriona del podcast Lengua Desnuda, donde habla con expertos y visionarios para crear un espacio de exploración y disección cultural, social y espiritual dentro de la cosmovisión hispano parlante. Actualmente ella divide su vida y trabajo artístico entre la ciudad de Nueva York y Bolivia donde experimenta con estilos ecológicos de vida y creación artística inspirada por la naturaleza.

Escucha su música en todas las plataformas. Su Podcast se publica en YouTube, Spotify y otras plataformas.

"Esta haciendo cosas que retan la lógica pero amplifican la imaginación."  

- AXS Entertainment 

"La belleza y el poder del sublime don de Gian-Carla le permite al publico la rara oportunidad de simplemente envolverse en un mundo lírico maravilloso que pocos tienen la habilidad de comunicar."

Critical Jazz Magazine 

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