“Jacinta Clusellas is a composer, singer-songwriter and guitarist based in New York City. Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Jacinta brings together South American folklore, jazz and chamber music, in the context of songs influenced by poems, literature and nature from South America.
In New York City, Jacinta has performed at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center, Joe’s Pub, The Great Hall at Cooper Union, Americas Society/Council of the Americas, La MaMa Theatre, Le Poisson Rouge, Rockwood Music Hall, Musical Theatre Factory, and Women of Color on Broadway. She has served as music director-composer-arranger for the ongoing development of the bilingual musical Azul, Otra Vez [Blue, Revisited] at New York Theatre Workshop, BRIC, The Drama League, Tofte Lake Center, and the Prelude Festival.
Jacinta’s debut album El Pájaro Azul was released in NYC, and published in Japan under the record label Inpartmaint Inc. Her second album is being produced by West One Music (London, UK) and will be recorded in NYC in the fall of 2020.