Silvia Pérez Cruz

Sílvia Pérez Cruz (Palafrugell, Girona, 1983) is one of the most overwhelming voices that has appeared in recent times; in the words of Jorge Drexler, “a voice that marks a generation”. She is a composer as well as a singer, and has spoken the language of music for as long as she can remember: she grew up among popular Iberian and Latin American songs, and was educated in classical and jazz. Infected by flamenco through a connection that seems supernatural, she sings in a way that is uniquely hers and thrills.



It would be impossible to classify Sílvia Pérez Cruz in a single style. It is versatile and unmistakably personal. Two qualities that rarely coincide and yet define her. She is faithful to the different styles she approaches without ever ceasing to be, at any time, herself.


She studied between the ages of 4 and 23 a wide range of music-related subjects: solfège, classical saxophone and piano, cajon, harmony, singing (jazz and flamenco), improvisation, arranging, saxophone (jazz), composition… She holds a degree in jazz singing from the ESMUC.


He has been part of countless albums and projects, and has collaborated with artists such as Gino Paoli, Stefano Bollani, Lluís Homar, Rocío Molina, Jorge Drexler, Hamilton de Holanda, Toquinho, Natalia Lafourcade, Lila Downs, Liniker, Joan Manuel Serrat, Lluís Llach among others.


His discography includes:‘Toda la vida, un día’ (2023); ‘Farsa (género imposible)‘ (2020); ‘MA. Live In Tokyo’. (2020); ‘Vestida de nit’ ( 2017); ’11 de noviembre’ ( 2012); ‘En la imaginación’ ( 2011); ‘Domus’ (2016); ‘Granada’ (2014); ‘We Sing Bill Evans’ (2008) and ‘Llama’ (2006).