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Claudia Acuña Claudia Acuña is a Chilean vocalist. Born in Santiago and raised in Concepcion, she was inspired as a child to perform a variety of music, including folk, pop and opera, by Victor Jara and Violetta Parra. Her attention turned to American popular music and jazz at the age of 15, when she first heard Frank Sinatra, Erroll Garner and Sarah Vaughan. Returning to Santiago in 1991, she quickly gained prominence on the local jazz scene through live performances and radio broadcasts with visiting artists. In 1995, Acuña moved to New York City and began performing at jam sessions and clubs including the Zinc Bar and Smalls. She also performed with her own band at the famous Jazz Gallery. Among the many musical associates she met in this period was pianist/composer Jason Lindner, who became and has remained her musical director. Her debut album, Wind from the South, was released in 1999, followed by Rhythm of Life in 2001 and Luna in 2004. Acuña’s first recording on the Marsalis Music label, En Este Momento, is scheduled for release in 2009. She has also been featured on record with Peck Almond, George Benson, Joey Calderazzo, Avishai Cohen, Mark Elf, Tom Harrell, Antonio Hart, Arturo O'Farrill and Guillermo Klein. Acuña has been named co-curator of a Chilean music festival scheduled to take place in January 2009. She is also the spokesperson for World Vision Chile, an international Christian relief and development organization that specializes in child-focused development programs. One of Acuña's covers of the Antonio Carlos Jobim song "Suddenly" was featured on the original motion picture soundtrack from Verve Records for the movie Bossa Nova. She has also recorded three solo albums, two for Verve and one for Max Jazz.[1] In 2001 she recorded a single with House producers MKL and Soy Sos of 3 Generations Walking called Slavery Days which brought her to a whole new audience.[who?] Claudia is signed to the Cambridge, MA-based record label, Marsalis Music. Discography Wind from the South (Verve Records, 2000) Rhythm of Life (Verve Records, 2002) Luna (Max Jazz, 2004) In These Shoes (Zoho Music, 2008) En Este Momento (Marsalis Music, 2009) References ^ Phares, Heather. "Claudia Acuña Biography". Allmusic. Retrieved 2007-06-27.  External links "In Conversation with Claudia Acuña" by Tomas Peña ( Studio Session on NPR Music Persondata Name Acuna, Claudia Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1971 Place of birth Date of death Place of death