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Juliane Heinemann nace en el antiguo Berlín socialista de los 80’s y crece en medio de los constantes cambios posteriores a la caída del Muro. La berlinesa comienza a temprana edad con el estudio de guitarra clásica (de 6 a 16 años) así como de danza y actuación en el renombrado Friedrichstadtpalast de Berlin. A los 14 años se estrena como actriz en la primera pelicula de Tom Tykwer ‘Die Tödliche Maria’. A los 16 años se traslada a los Estados Unidos por un año, allí comienza el estudio de canto y participa en varios musicales. En el año 2000 ingresa al Jazz Institute Berlin (JIB) donde realiza la carrera de canto de jazz y pedagogía de canto. Durante el año de Erasmus en el ESMuC de Barcelona se involucra activamente en la escena de jazz grabando y actuando con músicos como Santi Careta, Giulia Valle, Joe Smith, Albert Sanz y Marko Lohikari. En el 2006 se traslada finalmente a Barcelona, desde entonces comienza su carrera en solitario y graba dos discos de canciones originales: Aren’t you glad to be here? (2009) y True Gods (2012), además de un single para Lovemonk Records (Do you see me, 2010). Como guitarrista/vocalista recorre la peninsula con Delafé y las Flores Azules (2010-13, 2016-17). Este año 2017 ha publicado dos discos de sus proyectos actuales: Luka ‘Slowdancer’ (synth pop) publicado en mayo/junio por Discos Flotantes. Y ‘Juliane Heinemann&Marco Mezquida:’Sing, my Heart'(jazz/pop), autoeditado.
Es profesora de canto jazz/moderno en el Conservatorio Liceu en Barcelona.

Juliane Heinemann was born in the socialist East Berlin of the 80s and grew up during the ‘after-wall’ years of constant changes. As a child she showed great interest in all types of performing arts, and started to play the clasical guitar at young age. She also enjoyed a generous education of dancing and acting at the famous Friedrichstadtpalast in Berlin and was part of German director Tom Tykwer’s early movie ‘Deadly Maria’ in the role of Maria as a child. As a teenager she slowly drifted away from the clasical guitar, although it would always be her main influence, and used it mainly to write her own songs. Later she decided for the voice to be her first instrument and successfully auditioned for the studies of ‘Jazz-Singing’ at the Jazz Institute Berlin (JIB). Intense years of superior musical studies followed and trained her ears and tecnical skills of jazz-singing, piano, harmony and composition. Looking for a personal and musical change she moved to Barcelona in 2006, after having fallen for the mediterranean city during an Erasmus year earlier. In Barcelona she soon got involved in various projects and recordings, first mainly in the jazz scene, but steadily drifting more towards Rock/Pop/Folk styles. Her 2009 published first Solo-Album ‘Aren’t you glad to be here’ introduces quiet and intimate original songs. Lovemonk Records publishes her song ‘Do you see me?’ in a beautiful vinyl edition.
While working on her second album ‘True Gods’ during 2010-2012 she joins the popular national band ‘Delafé y Las Flores Azules’ on vocals/guitar/keys during their two-year-tour through Spain. Her new album ‘True Gods’, produced by Jordi Matas, is released in September 2012. This year, 2017, she has published two new albums with two active proyects: Luka ‘Slowdancer’ (synth-pop) published in may/june by Discos Flotantes. And ‘Juliane Heinemann&Marco Mezquida’: Sing, my Heart (jazz). As a singing teacher she is working at the Conservatorio Liceu in Barcelona.

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