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"Telling stories,
one song at the time"

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Gaby Cotter is a Boston-based Panamanian singer and songwriter. Her work mixes the different colors of Latin-American sounds and the Caribbean. Rhythm and pure energy with a little melancholy from South-American folk music combined in return, with the freedom of jazz, the emotionality of blues, and R&B. As a result, a mature and new musical proposal fascinating even the most knowledgeable listener.

Her powerful interpretive ability was influenced by the voices of great interpreters such as Ruben Blades, Mercedes Sosa, José José, Rocio Durcal, Tito Rodriguez, Eddie Gormé, La Lupe, Christina Aguilera, Olga Tañón, Celia Cruz, Shakira, just to mention a few.

Beyond a musical genre, she is moving by stories that inspire her, "growing up with a song is the only way I feel that I can move or inspire whoever listens to me". Her deep love for words has led her to create a connection between what she writes and what she sings.

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Lessons 

Session Musician

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More than 10 years of experience singing at all types of events. A wide repertoire including pop, jazz standards, ballads, bossa nova, and salsa. Able to sing in Spanish, English, Portuguese, and Italian. 

10 years of experience working as a voice coach in Panama, United States, and Spain. The classes are available for different ages and levels.

More than 8 years of experience recording jingles, voiceovers, radio and tv announcements. Perfect backing vocals for your album, advertising or music project.

Did you know  that every time you sing a song the message in the lyrics sticks on you, like gum on your shoes? It's hard to take it off and normally leaves a mark! So imagine using the power of music to create a better "us" (G.C.)

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