Her teachers included great jazz musicians like Ron Carter (Miles Davis Band). While studying music, Carla worked as a model and in the theater. Although her model career was very successful, Carla did what her mother wanted and finished her studies. After completing her studies, Carla Vallet took the opportunity of accompanying her mother to Japan, where she lived for several years. In a town not far from Hiroshima, she majored in Japanese Studies and English.
But her love for music was stronger, and she took advantage of every opportunity to improve her skills. By working together with different international artists and producers, Carla was able to expand her musical horizon. When her mother became gravely ill, Carla decided to put a temporary end to her Gypsy life and to settle down. She took a job as a music and theater teacher in London. Later, she taught Spanish and French at a girls' school in Kent.
But despite having settled down in one place and having a job as a teacher, Carla's heart was always in her music. Music always remained an important part of her life. When she was appearing in a London jazz club this year, successful producer Leslie Mandoki became aware of her and contacted her. He saw her as the face and voice for the publicity campaign planned to launch the new Audi Q7. They got together in the Park Studios and together with musicians and sound designers from all over the world—as befits anyone working with Carla—the hypnotic song was recorded with Carla's charismatic voice.
On October 21, 2005, Carla Vallet's single, "Streets of Tomorrow," will be coming out. Between publicity appearances all over the world, Carla is hard at work on songs for her debut album that is expected to come out in early 2006. -------------------------------------------------- Credit - Carla Vallet Official Website: http://www.carla-vallet.de/ Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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