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i´m professional jazz vocalist musician and songwritter, i started my carrere 13 years ago, i have 3 cds edited and my next one,is coming in october 2008. I,m passionate about life , music, family and friends!!!
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CELIA MUR spanish jazz vocalist

CELIA MUR , started her musical life at the age of 12 at the Music Conservatory of Granada, encouraged by her father, Antonio Fernández de Moya, a flamenco composer and guitarist.

Since 1995 she studied with soprano Maryan Bryfdair at the Centre of “Lyrical Arts of Granada”.She passed her singing 5th Grade wards test at the Associated Board Music School in London.

From 1995 on she studied with several Jazz musicians from Granada, and Andalucia, her home town, with whom she still collaborates often.Celia has worked with Dra. Lopez del Castillo, a throat specialist, with whom she collaborated by helping others shape their professional voice and improve their singing.

From 2001 throug to 2005 she has lived in NYC a for short periods of time , to study with diferents jazz musicians like, Sheila Jordan, Barry Harrys, Jay Clayton... Furthermore, Celia is also a teacher in the Valencia music school, L'Espai Musical. And for 2006 -07 in “Taller 3” in Castellón, Superior Arts school in Murcia ( Workshops) among others..

She's attended several international seminars in Spain with musicians like Mike P. Mossman, Arturo O'Farrell, Mark Turner, Paolo Fresu, Jeane Lee, Sheila Jordan, Perico Sambeat...

She has also sung with numerous Spanish, European and American important jazz artists such as Bob Mintzer, Don Braden, Benny Golson, Dave Samuels, Fabio Miano, and Perico Sambeat, Vince Benedetti, Uri Cane, Carmen Linares.--

Célia is the leading singer of the “Granada Big Band”, and use to perform with diferents bands in jazz and world and flamenco music among others..

She has toured internationally Zurich (switzerland) with Oli Keller sept y dic. .2004 """Instituto Cervantes de New York ,Chicago y Miami."", julio 2005 “las Flores de mi vida” Tour.2005 2006, Jazz tarrasa Festival, Pamplona, Salamanca, Sevilla, Valencia..Festivals in Dusseldorf & Frankfurt. 2007 Inteernationals Fetivals in Gibraltar , Granada, Córdoba, Getxo, Ibiza, Tarrasa, Málaga, Pamplona, Salamanca, Sevilla, Valencia..Festivals..

Celia has three cds with spanish records label.
- Footprints, (satchmo 2001),
-Las flores de mi vida (Satchmo 2003),
-Coloreados (Ámbar 2005).

At the moment she prepares a tour and he has a new cd "SIMPATIA", based in originals celia´s father compositions in spanish, portuguese and english, with great swiss pianist Chris Wiesendanger as a musical producer in the recording as well, in NYC and ZURICH . The musicians who participate in this recording were, ANTONIO SANCHEZ, MARK TURNER, BEN STREET , ANTONIO CAMPOS ( flamenco singer).amonh others..)
she still working douring this summer in differents workshops , last Last july was working with Mr, Kenny Barron, Dave Santoro, Jorge Rossy, Joe Magnarelly, Dave Stryker, Arturo Serra,in ""Càdiz International Jazz Seminar"".

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Posted on August 11, 2008 at 4:30am 0 Comments

i have just finished my nyc -zurich recording, mixed and mastering too.

now is time for look for options for a good record label! heavy thing!! i know!!

I recorded basically ,songs from my father, the grenadine composer Antonio Fernandez de Moya, in Spanish, one song from Rodgers & Hammerstein , two Brazilians songs., and a traditional xv century beautiful andalusian song.en

i hope you enjoy whe you listen.-..:namespace prefix = o ns =… Continue

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At 4:42pm on February 23, 2009, Bruce C said…

Celia....love the stellar qualities of your voice...truly beautiful! Nice arrangements too...well done! thank you for sharing you gifts with this site...my very best to you....always b
At 6:51pm on February 14, 2009, Tommy Thomas said…
You have an incredible voice,what a range of songs you do, not enough people play 'A rose is a lovesome thing'. Greetings from Northern Ireland.
At 6:12am on February 11, 2009, Thom Freeland said…
What type of Jazz are you teaching? What is your instrumentation?
Do you have any tips that work for you that you can share? I try to have my group do a lot of listening to recordings and we do a lot of improv. The first 10 min. of class is devoted to improv on 12 bar blues. By the way you have a great voice!!
At 10:57am on February 9, 2009, Thom Freeland said…
Thanks for your comment. I would like to here more about what you do in class and how you teach. Please add me to your friends.
At 10:22am on February 7, 2009, une' said…
Hey Celia Mur thanks for connecting with me it's a pleasure on my end. I love your music you have a beautiful voice. Much success.

Peace N Love
At 2:38am on December 21, 2008, Reggie Love said…
Your voice is clean and pure. I feel your musicality. Thanks and Keep the music coming.
At 9:07am on December 18, 2008, Dr. Otto Gomez said…
Hey Celia !!! What a smooth voice you have. You are definitely Samba Singer. Very, Very, Very Good Work. Welcome to The Jazz Network. God Bless.
Dr. Otto
At 10:06am on December 11, 2008, Thom Freeland said…
You have an incredible voice! I really enjoyed listening to your tracks
At 5:37pm on November 17, 2008, Peter Davis said…
Best of luck with the CD! And best of luck with hunting a label. Be strong! After all the effort you've put in, make it work for you! Easier said than done I know. But I wish you reeeeeal well!
At 1:07pm on November 15, 2008, Joani Taylor said…
Hey, hi !
I've listened to a lot of vocalists on this site. And was delighted to come across your very cool voice. You have a REAL jazz quality.
Not to mention that Inside a silent tear is one of my all time favoite tunes. So keep on doing what you're doing. It sure works for me.
You sound Great! Really!

















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