Ana Everling

Chisinau, Moldova, 1987


From 7 to 14, studies solfege, piano and canto at the “Iulia Hasdeu” music school, where sings and performs with the “Trison” children choir.

Between 18 and 23, studies jazz performance at the Academy of Music, Theater and Fine Arts in Chisinau, and sings in her first jazz band.

At the age of 23 moves to the USA.

Starting 2015, sings in various projects with different styles: Jazz, Latin American, Folk, Pop, Balkan, and Electronic music. She is part of the groups Rio Bamba, Ode, Beats y Bateria.

In 2018 marries drummer Luiz Ewerling and together they create the Brazilian Jazz group Amada.

In 2019 creates the Romanian Folk Ensemble, debuting the project at Chicago World Music Festival, with a repertoire of old Moldovan peasant songs.

Her latest album, “Soleira”, recorded with guitarist Carolina Folmer, combines songs from Spain, Brazil and Argentina, arranged for voice and classical guitar.