Carmen Ros was born in Madrid, Spain; producer, songwriter, singer and designer who has participated in several independent projects.


She studied Arts at the university, and her artistic

expression has been linked to music since she

was very young.


Carmen and her husband, the guitarist and composer Julio Garcia, started to record their musical ideas at their own studio Escalera Grabaciones Intrepidas, and have now edited eight of Julio's CDs.


They have also recorded and produced albums

for other artists like the British singer songwriter

Mark Walden and spanish performers Lara

Rosales and José Luis Montón; the latter's recent

Flamenco Kids album, recorded at Carmen's and

Julio's studio, included contributions from top flamenco artists Carmen Linares and Rosalia.


In 2014 Carmen and Julio recorded together their CD The Warmest Place which was their tribute to the era of musicals in film; songs were written in both English and Portuguese.


Carmen's latest production was Vassalo - Atlantica, in 2017, which was a Portuguese - Spanish collaboration involving the talents of Ana Vassalo (vocals), Julio Garcia (guitar) and Susana Rico (cello) together with Jacques Morelenbaum who contributed arrangements and cello on several tracks. She wrote all the album's lyrics.


Now, after being in the production and writing side of music for many years, Carmen has decided to launch her first album and share her fictions and truths, through her sweet and unique voice.


The album, has 15 songs that cover different styles: from Latin American song, Cuban rhythms, French song and Jazz, to MPB, with multiple references to the masters of Bossa Nova.


The musicians participating in the CD are: Julio García, (guitar, bass, melodica, etc.), the Brazilians Edimundo Santos (voice and guitar) and Carlos Mankuzo (percussion), the Venezuelan Yani Martinelli (guitar), Grison (beatbox), Julio Albertos (flute and saxo), Susana Rico (cello), and the Cubans Gito Maletá (piano) and Iván Ruiz Machado (double bass). The album includes 3 covers: The moving Portuguese version of the 70's Spanish hit "Soy Rebelde" Sou Rebelde (Jeanette), Mais Feliz (Bebel Gilberto), and the vocal version accompanied by beatbox of Água de beber (Tom Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes).