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About me

Laura Lizcano is a Colombian-born singer-songwriter based in New
York. Influenced by artists like Norah Jones, Natalia Lafourcade and
Caroline Shaw, Lizcano combines her formal training as a jazz vocalist
with her love of folk, pop and contemporary classical music. This
combination of styles is evident within her own lyrically-driven

Lizcano has performed at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
and at Dizzy's Club Coca Cola in New York City as the featured vocalist
for the Temple University Big Band. She has opened for Gaby Moreno
and Sammy Miller and the Congregation at World Cafe Live in
Philadelphia. Most recently, she has been featured in the virtual Wawa
Welcome America Festival (2020) and Philadelphia's iconic Philly Folk
Fest (2020 and 2021). Laura regularly collaborates with Almanac Dance
Circus Theatre and has written and performed her original music for two of the company's original shows: Happy Hour (Cannonball Festival 2021, Miniball 2022) and Armor (2021), which was commissioned by and
presented at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Lizcano's self-released debut EP, Chance on Me (2018), was followed by
her first full-length studio album, Heart (2020), now available on all
streaming platforms.

Her forthcoming album Daughter of the Sea is slated for release in
October 2022.

"Laura Lizcano is intimate and sublime in debut LP Heart." 
"Laura Lizcano debuts beautifully reflective album, Heart." 

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