Claudia Gascogne


Claudia Gascogne is a Spanish singer and songwriter based in London. Strongly influenced by soul, R&B, gospel, latin music and Opera, her vocal influences include Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, Etta James, Christina Aguilera & Jasmine Sullivan. Nonetheless, her songwriting -always deeply personal and easily relatable- has been influenced by artists such as Destiny’s Child or Justin Timberlake & Spanish poets such us Pablo Neruda, Elvira Sastre or Luis Ramiro. All these ingredients, combined with a strong latin influence, is what makes Claudia Gascogne’s music stand out. Gascogne decided to move to London in the Summer of 2014 and in 2017, she began her solo career together with her musical education at BIMM London where she is currently studying a BMus degree in Popular Music Performance. Claudia Gascogne had the chance to play in venues all around London including Jazz After Dark -that hosted Amy Winehouse in the first stages of her career- , The Monarch, Proud Camden, The Fiddler’s Elbow, Blues Kitchen, Bush Hall, Under The Bridge, The Half Moon Putney, Indigo at The O2, among others. She also took part in the talent competition "Britain's got Variety" in 2017 and "Open Mic UK" in 2018 becoming a grand Finalist in both talent shows. Her debut single “Dandelions in the Wind” was released this summer.