Gifted Chilean singer/songwriter Francesca Ancarola started composing at an extremely young age, getting the opportunity to display her work in 1984 while taking part in an area festival organized by way of a music magazine, obtaining the award for Preferred Performer following singing her song “Aire a Libertad.” 2 yrs later, Ancarola began monitoring music, immediately after developing a jazz fusion music group called Un Carro. In 1988, the youthful musician had the chance to tour European countries along with theater firm Teatro Q. The next calendar year, Francesca Ancarola constructed chamber music for the very first time, naming her function Biorritmica. In 1993, the musician made a decision to improve her abilities by firmly taking lyrical performing classes on the Chilean Catholic School. She transferred to the U.S. in 1997 after earning a Fulbright scholarship or grant and documented her debut record, called Que Un Canto Tiene Sentido, that same calendar year. After graduating from New York’s Manhattan College of Music, her second record Pasaje de Ida con Vuelta premiered.