Jorge Lan
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Jorge Lan

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Jorge Lan

Jorge Lan was born in Mexico City in 1975. In 1991 he started studding guitar and shortly after he joined the rock band Gaveta with whom he performed in many Mexico City's bars. In 1996 he decides to dedicate professionally to music and studies harmony, solfeggio, counterpoint, orchestration, and Chamber music. In 1999 he starts performing as singer-songwriter in bars, cafes, cultural associations, TV shows and city festivals.
In 2005 he moves to Madrid and studies acting.

As an actor he has done episodes for Spanish series as "Sin Tetas no Hay Paraiso" and "Física o Química"
He appeared on the Mexican-Spanish movie 3:19 of director Dany Saadia, singing his own song "Contigo Ser el Aire", included in the soundtrack.

He has produced more than 30 children albums and published 3 albums "Una y Mil Veces" (60,000 copies sold in the USA), "Cerca" and "Los piratas" (songs for children)
He has sung in opera and zarzuela choruses around Spain and done some parts as the Marques in Verdi's Traviata and Comissari Imperial in Puccini's Madama Butterfly.
He won 1st place of the Latin category in 2008 USA songwriting competiton with the song "Minifaldas" (miniskirts) firs single of his upcoming rock project.

He lives in Spain where he performs, write music for image, arranges and produces. Some of his works include: "Máquina y Transformación" For the soundtrack of the interactive story "La Peor Señora del Mundo" "Sonata para los 13 años" For string quartet. "Waltz Mágico" For cello, violin, harp, piano, flute and percussion. "Mi amigo Eli" For piano and sax. Soundtrack for the short film "Dinner Temporary" From Pola Zen.
Soundtrack for the short film "Narciso" From Marcus Carus. Soundtrack for the short film "Dolls and Houses" From Pola Zen.