Clio Em

composer, mezzo or alto voice
Clio Em is an award-winning musician, writer, and creative on a mission to discover new sound worlds. Drawing from her extensive classical piano, composition and voice training at institutions such as McGill University and the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Clio's distinct crossover style fuses elements of pop, folk, classical, and electronic genres that blend together into an arresting whole. Her work with text complements her music. Clio Em's instruments of choice include piano, various guitars and ukuleles, her own voice, electronics, found objects, and the occasional touch of cello, accordion, and small percussion instruments. Born and raised in Alberta, Clio Em now calls many places in the galaxy home, Canada and Europe among them.

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NameMontrey, Clio
Main languageEnglish
Additional languages French,  German,  Polish,  Spanish; Castilian 
attended Universities McGill, MDW Vienna, Konservatorium Wien
Clio Em Premieres GRAVITY WING in Montreal
2015-09-01 I care if you listen (.com), New York City

"Clio quickly created an intimate and friendly atmosphere, inviting us to enter into a world of science fiction: not only is the music otherworldly, but the storyline is also based on a work-in-progress science-fi novel by the artist."

"At first, one may find that these are only simple folk songs, but pay attention. The songs are very well written and not just because they're catchy. Comprising a well-balanced pot-pourri of multiple inspirations, they are as easy to listen to as they are intelligent and inspired."

"In conclusion, if you want to listen to serialism and post-war music, don't look to her. But if you're curious about what type of music a child of the 21st-century can create, follow her, step by step."

(Maurice- Du Berger)
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