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"Ay, sirenita, curanderita, cura mi alma."

-Sirenita, from the album TRANS (2018)


A life dedicated to music and singing has led Natalia Clavier all over the world.

From her home of Buenos Aires, to Barcelona. From solo performances at concert halls in her hometown, to world tours performing in front of large audiences in the biggest music festivals, prestigious concert venues, and opera houses (both in the US and internationally) as lead singer of the acclaimed electronic/world music duo Thievery Corporation

In 2008, Natalia released her debut solo album, Nectar, produced by Eric Hilton (one half of Thievery Corp) and released on ESL Music. 

Always pushing the boundaries of her experience, Natalia eventually moved to Brooklyn—a city that symbolized her evolution as a musician. She was inspired by new sounds, 

new ideas, and a new urge to incorporate one of the world’s most dynamic cultural hubs into her soul, and her music. 

Soon after, Natalia began working with Adrian Quesada (Grammy-winning producer and guitarist with Grupo Fantasma, Brownout, The Echocentrics and Spanish Gold), and together they’ve wrought a transformation for her new album, Lumen (released on Nacional Records in 2013). 

In 2015, under the same label, Natalia released a live album, produced by her brother, Pablo Anglade aka Polsic, and

recorded in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Live In Buenos Aires features songs from Nectar and Lumen

Natalia’s early interest in Alternative Healing Arts led her to experiment with medicine songs and deepen the connection with her South American roots. Since 2016, she has been leading song rituals, sound healing circles, and is now writing her own medicine songs. 

Recently adding DJ to her list of skills, Natalia also spins and performs live for private parties, dinner gatherings, and conscious dance events, such as Ecstatic Dance NYC.


Her third studio album, TRANS, was released worldwide on all digital platforms in September 2018 through Nacional Records and was co produced by Natalia and Polsick. 

Natalia’s latest music collaboration is a duo with Brazilian/American virtuoso violinist and producer Andrei Matorin. Andrei and Natalia blend electronica with Southamerican roots, soul and jazz. Clavier and Matorin share similar spiritual paths and come together to create what they describe as "Intentional Dance Music," or IDM. Their debut EP, VOXMANA “Dança Da Liberaçao,” was self released on 2/2/22.

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