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Claudia Brant Birth name Claudia Brant Born July 21, 1968 (1968-07-21) (age 43) Buenos Aires, Argentina Occupations Composer Years active 1989–present Claudia Brant is an Argentina singer and composer of international acclaim. She has composed songs for singers like Il Divo, Ricky Martin, Santana, Luis Fonsi, Chayanne, Tito Nieves, Olga Tañón, Paulina Rubio, La Ley, Gisselle and Víctor Manuelle. Claudia also has teamed with composers as famous as the acclaimed David Foster, Walter A., Noel Schajris (Sin Bandera), Gianmarco, Jorge Luis Piloto, Luis Fonsi and Gabriel Flores.[1] Contents 1 Biography 2 Awards 3 Personal life 4 Discography 5 References 6 External links Biography Claudia Brant was born July 21, 1968 in Buenos Aires, Argentina where she grew up.[1] Influenced by his parents, that listened to a diverse range of music (Frank Sinatra to Nino Bravo), Claudia Brant discovered his love for music since the age of six, when he composed his first song. Professionally, she started composing at 19 or 20 years [2] y started singing in 1991. It was in this year when she won the Festival OTI in Mexico with the theme ‘¿Dónde estás ahora?’ ('Where are you now? )". Seeing this, his parents gave him a guitar and started playing it by ear. Then put him in guitar lessons.[1][3] Then she learned to play bass and piano.[1] Writing verses, however, it was very easy for her.[3] His first experiences in music she lived them in the study. She worked in the recording of jingles and even got a contract with a label.[1] When she was 16 and 17 years, worked in Argentina, writing songs about the typical problems of adolescents. Diego Torres and Christian Castro recorded his songs. That led him to Los Angeles, California.[3] Later, she returned to Buenos Aires, where she studied architecture.[1] She has also released five solo albums that include songs written for other artists.[2] Awards She won the OTI festival in 1991 [1][3] and the Festival of Viña del Mar as author and interpreter in 1995.[1] The two songs were sung by her.[2] Songwriter of the Year of latina SESAC in three consecutive times in America from the period 2006-07. In the 2010, Claudia Brant has been awarded three international awards: the Latin Grammy 2009 (from the Latin Academy of Recording United States) in Las Vegas for his song "Here I Am," Hey Prize 2009 (Academy Mexican Music) in Guanajuato, Mexico,[disambiguation needed] "No me doy por vencido (No I give up) in the category of Song of the Year, and the title of Songwriter of the Year 2009 awarded by the Monitor Latino Convention in Los Angeles, California.[1] The latter has received the decision of a broad panel of representatives from radio and the music industry across the United States. To this is added to SESAC Latina Award # 1 in 2009 for his song "Aquí estoy yo" (Here I Am), that performed by co-author Luis Fonsi with David Bisbal, Aleks Syntek and Noel Schajris and swept the charts in Latin America and Spain, and spent 35 weeks at the top of the Billboard chart in the U.S.[1][3] Personal life Currently the artist, who is divorced[3] and lives in Los Angeles since 1998,[1][3] with her twins, a girl and a boy-five years, dreams of making the crossover into English and record an album in his own voice, playing his greatest hits.[3] Discography Claudia Brant in addition of his job as composer, also is singer. These are your records: ENTONCES VALE LA PENA CLAUDIA BRANT TU MARCA EN EL AGUA POR CAPRICHO References ^ a b c d e f g h i j k SESAC Latina–Compositores y Editores (In spanish:SESAC Latina, Composers and Publishers). Retrieved July 12, 2011, to 11:49 pm. ^ a b c Claudia Brant: Compositora de éxitos para interpretes latinos. Publicated by Webmaster. Retrieved July 13, 2011, to 12:50 pm. ^ a b c d e f g h Cuba out. La compositora argentina Claudia Brant pone letra a éxitos de cantantes latinos (In spanish:Argentina songwriter Claudia Brant composed to Latin singers hits). Posted on 26 octubre 2009. Retrieved July 12, 2011, to 11:04 pm. External links Claudia Brant :: SESAC Persondata Name Alternative names Short description Date of birth July 21, 1968 Place of birth Buenos Aires, Argentina Date of death Place of death