Through her use such avant-jazz musicians as Don Cherry and Karl Berger, Ingrid Sertso established herself like a captivating, adventurous vocalist, with the capacity of blending jazz, African, South American, and other worldbeat influences right into a distinctive, hypnotic sound. Although Sertso didn’t become well-known before launch of Dance with It in 1994, she spent over twenty years honing her artwork. During the past due ’60s, she resided in European countries, leading her personal trios and carrying out with famous brands Eric Dolphy, Don Cherry, Steve Lacy, Karl Berger, and Leo Wright; she also worked well like a music instructor at several organizations in European countries. In 1972, she became a long term resident of america and she released her 1st recording, We Are You, on Calig Information. Over another couple of years she trained, while she performed in THE UNITED STATES and European countries with famous brands Cherry, Ed Blackwell, Lee Konitz, Sam Streams, Jimmy Giuffre, Bob Moses, Dave Holland, Perry Robinson, and Jumma Santos. In 1974, she released Kalaparush on Trio Information in Japan. It had been adopted in 1975 by Serenity Chapel Concerts on India Navigation/CMC Information. In 1975, Sertso became a faculty member in the Naropa Institute in Boulder, CO. She remained there through 1975 and 1976, before shifting towards the Banff Center of Great Arts in Calgary, Canada. She acquired two residencies at Banff before shifting towards the Innovative Music Studio room in Woodstock, NY, where she became the co-director. While functioning at the Innovative Music Studio room, she began performing in the Artwork of Improvisation with Berger and David Inzenon. In 1979, she toured main European cities being a single performers, supported with the Woodstock Workshop Orchestra. She also released an record on MPS Information that year. Through the early ’80s, Sertso continued to be a co-director on the Innovative Music Studio room, while carrying on to record and perform with a number of music artists, including such mainstays as Don Cherry and Karl Berger, aswell as Paulo Moura, Nana Vasconcelos, Steve Gorn, Dan Brubeck, and Mike Richmond. In 1984, she performed using the Music World Orchestra on the Kool Celebration in NY and released a duet record, Changing enough time, with Berger on Horo Information in Italy. She also toured European countries twice during this time period and she also toured Western world Africa with Olatunji and Aiyb Dieng. Sertso’s profession found momentum through the last mentioned half from the ’90s. She kept some concerts and workshops in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and she frequently travels the U.S. membership and celebration circuit. She also toured European countries double and sang single vocals on Berger’s orchestral ballet, The Parrot. She was among the co-leaders of Tempo Adjustments, who released the Jazzdance recording on ITM Information. Of these five years, she also performed and documented with a number of performers, including Pauline Oliveros, Lee Konitz, Frank Luther, Anthony Cox, Leroy Jenkins, Jimmy Cobber, Linda Montano, and Karl Berger. In 1990, Sertso catapulted back to the mainstream jazz limelight through her edition “Before Rain Shows up” on Don Cherry’s Multi Kulti recording. Soon afterward, she started working on a fresh recording, but she became sidetracked by collaborating with Karl Berger and guitarist Paul Koji Shigihara. The trio combined unique compositions with Sertso’s poetry, improvisations, and interpretations of traditional tune. Sertso also frequently performed poetry readings in the Tinker Road Cafe in Woodstock as well as the Knitting Manufacturing plant in NY, and she also frequently played night clubs along the Northeast coastline. In 1994, she released her return recording, Dance with It, which gained positive reviews.