Bianca Fachel is an artist, singer songwriter and entrepreneur from Brazil currently living in Ireland and developing several projects, partnerships in music and her original songs. She performed at various events in her city Porto Alegre, South of Brazil, around Ireland and abroad.
Last performances were in Montreux Jazz Festival, Sligo Jazz Festival, Shawbrook Dance School, Bray Jazz Festival, Dublin Peace Festival, Havana Club Festival, Busking (music street art) in Ireland, Brazil, Germany and Switzerland. In summer 2017, directors from the Irish Featured Movie “Writing Home” chose two of Bianca’s original songs “Keep on Moving” and “The way back home”. “Writing Home” was nominated Best Irish Movie, Best First Irish Movie and Best Movie by the public at the 29th Galway Film Fleah Cinema Festival and will be launched on Cinemas, TV and streaming platforms worldwide very soon. In November 2018, she released her new single “The Way Back Home”. While studying Sound Engineering and Music Festival Management at Sound Training College in Dublin, Bianca started to build her home studio Birdland Music Studio finished in 2019. She studied Songwriting: Writing the Lyrics at Berklee College of Music. Bianca’s compositions keep an open ear to music from other countries, melting the boundaries of folk, soul and jazz.
Her authentic style comes from a lifetime’s exposure to Bossa Nova, MPB (Popular Brazilian Music), Tropicália, African and Irish Traditional Music. In March 2021 Bianca was the first independent artist to produce and launch online shows performing her original songs. “Land of Dreams – a journey to inspiration Vol. 1 was a huge success. In April 2021 Bianca launched her second online show Timeless River – A wrinkle in time Vol. 2 also a huge success.
In 2022, Bianca Fachel produced a Hybrid Music Festival “Music in the Forest”, a low environmental impact music festival. In May 2022, Bianca performed at the Cúltír TV Programme in TG4 representing Roscommon. At the end of the year 2022 Bianca Fachel and Kara Richardson were granted from the Arts Council through Athlone Family Resource Center in Ireland to develop and record musical work with women from different cultural backgrounds and ages recording 10 pieces of music in a project called Bean Feasa.