An old soul in a modern age, Cuban singer-songwriter and producer Charly Siaba weaves timeless emotions into enchanting melodies, and evokes a musical tapestry that is both classic and contemporary.
Born and raised in Havana, Siaba was trained in classical guitar where he received awards in composition and interpretation contests. With music in his veins from an early age, he found his passion in songwriting and forged an authentic style surrounded by a confluence of melodies and rhythms; from Trova and Bolero to Funk and Blues. Now living in Houston, his language moves from the commercial to the experimental, and he's always seeking unique ways to integrate elements from multiple genres.
He has accompanied his steady stream of releases with regular live appearances around Houston; as an opener for Amanda Pascali’s EP debut ‘The Messenger’ and as a solo artist performing in intimate venues and at Sofar Sounds in cities like Houston, Austin and Miami. He has also shared stage with acclaimed artists such as Johnny Ventura and Gerardo Alfonso, and collaborated with talented young musicians such as Jesus Pupo (pianist) and Arthur Luis (pianist), as well as Berklee graduates Gelo Hau (producer), Valentina Vela (singer) and Daniela Arredondo (singer).