Carmen Jaime

Carmen Jaime is an established singer who has been about 26 years in the world of music. She has traveled to Barcelona, ​​Berlin, Paris, Vienna and Formentera. Throughout her career, she has cultivated music of various genres: rock, blues, soul, jazz, gospel and Mediterranean.

Her curiosity has led since he began experimenting with his voice through music through a varied and suggestive ways. Her live performances are her forte and she is at home in both small and big stages. From Mallorca, via Barcelona, ​​arrives in Berlin, which has become their alternative home, where she performs with her Berlinese band. In Paris, she collaborates with electronic-jazz composer Jean de Aguiar. Formentera is another of her common stages. She plays funk, soul and jazz in clubs and festivals, but she still keeps her rock and blues roots, as well as playing gospel.

Traditional Mallorcan music is the field for research into her roots. She has cultivated poetry in the poetic-musical performance Et vull per al meu sol per a tota la mort, played by Catherine Alorda / Margalida Grimalt, keyboard Franco Bombelli, performed at the Museum Llorenç Villalonga, Teatre del Mar and a circuit of secondary schools in Mallorca. She has collaborated as composer and singer in contemporary dance performances by Mariantònia Oliver and Resu Ragel. In 2003, the duet with singer and composer Austrian Reinhard Fendrich, single song of his CD Auf Leben, reached double platinum in its promotional phase. She has been on TV shows and concerts with her band in Vienna, Munich, Berlin and other German and Austrian cities. She has been involved  in recordings of: Golgotha, Daniel y la cuartet de baño band, Victor Uris, Riki Lopez, Antònia Font, BSO of the film El robo más grande jamás contado, Sal de Coco, Música Nostra, a compilation of versions of the song of the Sybil, For Once in Your Life for Parisian producer Jean de Aguiar, Electro Jazzy Lounge by Biyi Amez, the Bee Maya, Dunebase ... Since 2008 she performs the Song of the Sibyl, the piece recognized by UNESCO as Intangible Heritage of Humanity.

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