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Jatziri Gallegos Muñoz (Mexico City, 1988). In 2009 Jatziri moved to New York City where she studied a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in jazz vocal performance at The City College of New York (CUNY). In 2016 she graduated with a master's degree in music in jazz studies, at The Aaron Copland Music School, Queens College, (CUNY) in New York. She has received prestigious awards such as The Edward Rensin Award, The Pro Musica Award, The Linakis Award, The Kaye Scholarship, FONCA Creadores Escénicos, among others. Cultivating spontaneous moments on the bandstand, the singer, composer and educator renews her commitment to promoting sensitivity through artistic expression. Her resonating tone with refined phrasing and harmonic instincts have allowed her to play with enduring figures and she has appeared in venues around New York and México such as Tutuma Social Club, Somethin 'Jazz Club, ShapeShifter Lab, El National Auditorium of Mexico City, The Mexican Cultural Institute of New York, La Nueva Babel, The Ágora of the City, La Casa del Lago, San Cristobal de las Casas Cultural Center, Jaime Sabines Auditorium, Chihuahua Art Panorama, Jazzatlán, among others. As minister of arts and, Jatziri Gallegos worked as a mentor to strengthen the immigrant community in New York City, she is currently a professor at The Jazz Studies Program of the Veracruzana University (JAZZUV) and has given workshops and master classes in different states of the Mexican Republic. Currently her project JAZZIRI (2020) released its first record material JAZZIRI Vol.1 available on different digital platforms