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Rising acoustic singer Chlara released her third album Evo Sessions. It is a compilation of her intimate studio performances captured live.

From the age of three, Chlara was already singing and was very much influenced by the music that was constantly played at her home

The British born singer-songwriter who caught media attention since her debut album Unstoppable, has taken off on streaming platforms now averaging over a million plays every month.

RISING acoustic singer Chlara.

Evo Sessions really shows Chlara’s evolution and growth as a live performer, giving her fans a chance to hear her talent in real time recordings, while backed by musicians of various instruments.

In her 11 all-time classic cover tunes including “Love Me Tender,” “Hotel California” and “True Colors,” Chlara reflects on lifetime experiences and reinvents her favorite songs in her own fresh style and emotional delivery. Included in the album is “Bliss,” one of Chlara’s own writing and composition.

Born Chlara Isobel Magtultol, she spent the early years of her life living in England before moving to the Philippines at the age of nine. Her father Cesar, who passed away when Chlara was only two years old, was a music lover and left with Chlara his love of music.

From the age of three, Chlara was already singing and was very much influenced by the music that was constantly played at home, listening to Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Air Supply, The Carpenters, Christina Aguilera, Whitney Houston and Celine Dion.

After moving back to the Philippines, Chlara’s mother Gina enrolled her into a few singing schools. While regularly joining the school programs and plays, young Chlara also began playing the guitar at the age 11. She also learned playing the instrument from her brother and on her own while watching videos on YouTube. Before starting college, Chlara had already started writing her own songs.

She signed a long-term management and recording agreement with Evolution. The promising singer was featured in evosound’s album Voices of Love together with the finest female vocals featuring Susan Wong, Olivia Ong, Julienne Taylor, Emi Fujita, Stacey Kent, Katie Melua, Chantal Chamberland with her version of Lionel Richie’s “Stuck on You.”

Preview the evo sessions album on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/.

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