A poignant way of singing, which is only his
Sílvia Pérez Cruz speaks the language of music as long as she can remember. He grew up listening to traditional Iberian music and formed musically in classical and jazz, training to which was added a strong influence of flamenco, which has shaped his peculiar style.
Sílvia Pérez Cruz participated in the first Mediterranean Concert, held at the Palais des Nations, where she performed the songs Vestida de Nit y Gallo Rojo, Gallo Negro.
Born in 1983 in Palafrugell (Girona), she moved to Barcelona at the age of 18. Her musical interest has led her to participate in many different projects (jazz, contemporary flamenco, Iberian percussion orchestra, traditional Catalan music, contemporary dance song, habaneras, …).
His discography as soloist counts today, with three albums: November 11 (2012), Granada (2014) and Domus (2016), having obtained two gold records for the first two. He also published two albums with the group Las Migas in 2005 and 2010, and two with Llama in 2006 and 2011, as well as multiple collaborations with various artists and groups.
Also worth mentioning are several awards obtained by Pérez Cruz. Among them, the Goya to the best original song for the film Snow White, the prize for the Best Jazz Album, with the album En la Imaginación, recorded with Javier Colina Trio, in the IV Edition of the Independent Music Awards (2012 ), And the Butaca Awards for the composition of the soundtracks of the Terra Baixa theatrical works and Report per a acadèmia.