In between popular music and her academic formation, this kindergarten music teacher started writing her songs at the insistence of her friends, and has recorded two albums (Cuerpo and Correr) and an EP (Centro) which are part of a trilogy. Her music has been released in South America, Japan, Mexico and in the U.S. Her two first recordings, Centro and Cuerpo, are samples of her genius and artistry: artisan songs, recorded in home equipment, sparsely arranged, with a strong and fragile voice that is crystal clear but that hides fears, phobias and many questions. A voice, a guitar and a composer that does not come from a rock background, who finds solace in the tranquility of her live performances.

“Music is always in the air, it is just a matter of finding it. I don’t want to impose on myself the limits of genres or styles. Academic music has been a way of life for me, a way of moving forward; a way of listening and it helped me find confidence in myself, more so than giving me tools that can be heard in my music” – Florencia Ruiz.

Edited by ejival on 29 Jan 2007, 04:57

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