After she graduated having a degree in music from your Chilean Catholic University, singer Cecilia Echenique relocated to Britain in 1979 to boost her knowledge and skills as an instrumentalist. After time for her native nation, the artist created a vocal group focused to children known as Mazapán, joining the neighborhood Nueva Trova motion (also called Canto Nuevo) and getting the possibility to perform along with Joan Baez and Roberto Bravo in Santiago de Chile. In 1987, her first recording was released, including a track documented along with Argentinian vocalist Leon Gieco known as “Como La Cigarra,” which quickly became an enormous achievement. In 1995, Cecilia Echenique relocated to the U.S. to execute in NY, Washington’s Kennedy Middle, Illinois University or college at Chicago, and New Jersey’s Princeton University or college. In 1998, the vocalist registered to Universal, liberating a successful Xmas carols recording that same calendar year.