Giselle Graside Grupo
Giselle Graside is a composer, guitarist, and singer, born in the city of Mercedes, currently residing in Montevideo.
She belongs to a generation of musicians focused on the song genre, incorporating in their compositions the indigenous Uruguayan rhythms Murga and Candombe, other regional rhythms, as well as music of the border countries, Argentina and Brazil.
Her musical work is opened to interaction and dialogue with various styles and influences, trying to generate a personal creative path with an elaborate and subtle narrative.
She has received various awards in Uruguay and abroad, performing extensively in Uruguay and Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, and Spain.
She has recorded and shared the stage with musicians such as Hugo Fattoruso, Abel Rogantini, Daniel Maza, Nico Mora, Gustavo Etchenique, Nacho Mateu, Mariano Tiki Cantero, Marcos and Ana Archetti, Martín Ibarra, Hernán Peyrou and Sara Sabah, among others.
In her first album “Todo lo que hay que ver” she included 10 of his songs and a version of a song by the Uruguayan Osiris Rodríguez Castillos. The album is arranged by her and counts on the participation of an outstanding team of musicians.
She is producing her next album, in collaboration with bassist Nacho Mateu. The album includes her songs as well as a personal version of a composition by Hugo Fattoruso.
Currently, she is also composing and musicalizing poems by Uruguayan authors, as a part of future projects.