Debora Vilchez

 

In 2010, she made a vocal training in the classical field and learned to play the cajón from various famous percussionists who played with Susana Baca, Novalima etc..

She played as a guest musician with the world-renowned Japanese band “Boredoms”, which presented an unforgettable concert as part of the Ruhrtrienale 2012,.

Among them played other famous drummers like, Butchy Fuego (M.I.A, Liars, the Congos etc.) and Dodo Nkishi (Mouse on Mars) She sang for the band Volxtanz (winner of the Creoles competition 2013) and toured in Germany and Austria.

She sang and performed as Superbia in the theater dance piece “Superbia” (Backsteinhaus production) which was nominated for the Dance Theater Award. Furthermore, her voice can be heard on the song “La Vie en Rose”, part of the soundtrack to the short film “Rose” (2016), which won the NYC PictureStart Film Festival awards in New York for Best Director, Best Actress Ulrike Folkerts.

In 2016 she took over the direction of the musical “Symphony of our lives”. In 2017 she took over the musical direction for the play “Johanna”, a production of the Staatstheater Stuttgart. Today she works as a singer, drummer and performer in various art projects.