A mezzo-soprano using a voice as an angel, Lloica Czackis was created in 1973 in Karlsruhe, Germany, to Argentinean parents. She spent her youth in Venezuela, where she was shown early to Latin American folk music customs, music — specially the tango — that could inform and instruction her whole professional profession. Czackis studied tone of voice with Ana Sirulnik and discovered choral conduction at Argentine Catholic School in Buenos Aires, completing her trained in London with Vera Rosza and David Pollard on the Guildhall College of Music & Play. A versatile vocalist equally in the home executing folk, tango, opera, and Renaissance parts aswell as avant-garde materials, Czackis continues to be delivering her Tangele: The Pulse of Yiddish Tango (which features agreements by composer Gustavo Beytelmann) to celebration audiences in European countries as well as the U.S. since 1999 and a second plan, Terezin Karussell, which spotlights artwork and cabaret music by Terezin composers, since 2003. Tangele was finally released as an record in 2008 by John Zorn’s Tzadik Information.