Eliane Correa is a pianist, MD and composer based between London and Havana. Trained classically at the Luxembourg Conservatoire, she went on to study piano and composition at the renowned Instituto Superior de Arte in Havana, Cuba, in 2005, then relocating to London in 2007 to study a BA & MA Ethnomusicology at SOAS (part of University College, London).
Her unique sound equally reflects her Latin heritage and her experience in London’s musical melting pot. In both her compositions and playing there is a lot of attention paid to the African roots of the music that she identifies with, but her classical musical upbringing remains weaved into her, to create an intricate, sophisticated and unique sound.
Having toured with The World of Hans Zimmer among so many others, Eliane has vast experience as a session musician and has played all over the world at the likes of the legendary Glastonbury festival in England and Roundhouse venue in Camden, London. She is now the organiser of the London Latin Jazz Festival.