Ramona Estrella

Hi, I'm Ramona Estrella.

I am a professional singer, vocal coach and educator with experience in music performance and music production, specialized in extended vocal techniques, improvisation, jazz performance and songwriting.

I’ve been working as a professional jazz singer, session musician, and as a singing teacher for 10 years. My diplomas in Cultural Management and Vocal Performance contribute to my ability to formulate and execute impactful artistic and educational projects.

I’ve traveled and studied with voice and music masters in Chile (where I’m from), Argentina, New York City, Vermont (US) and Melbourne (AU). I had the honor to receive knowledge, methods, and traditions from Sheila Jordan, Cyrille Aimee, Jamie Leonhart, Dominique Eade, Pantheatre (Roy Hart Centre), Rumbos Chile, Annie Murath, Magdalena Amenabar, Arlette Jequier, Claudio Rubio, Nicolás Vera and many more. I’ll be forever grateful to all the teachers and people that have taught me about music, voice and life, and I’ll respectfully and generously transmit the wisdom they have shared and inspire in me.

Currently I’m living in Australia, teaching, producing albums, videos and performances for my music project An Go, and researching and extending my practices.

Hi, I'm Ramona Estrella.

I am a professional singer, vocal coach and educator with experience in music performance and music production, specialized in extended vocal techniques, improvisation, jazz performance and songwriting.

I’ve been working as a professional jazz singer, session musician, and as a singing teacher for 10 years. My diplomas in Cultural Management and Vocal Performance contribute to my ability to formulate and execute impactful artistic and educational projects.

I’ve traveled and studied with voice and music masters in Chile (where I’m from), Argentina, New York City, Vermont (US) and Melbourne (AU). I had the honor to receive knowledge, methods, and traditions from Sheila Jordan, Cyrille Aimee, Jamie Leonhart, Dominique Eade, Pantheatre (Roy Hart Centre), Rumbos Chile, Annie Murath, Magdalena Amenabar, Arlette Jequier, Claudio Rubio, Nicolás Vera and many more. I’ll be forever grateful to all the teachers and people that have taught me about music, voice and life, and I’ll respectfully and generously transmit the wisdom they have shared and inspire in me.

Currently I’m living in Australia, teaching, producing albums, videos and performances for my music project An Go, and researching and extending my practices.