Born in Cartagena (Murcia), she currently lives in Pamplona where she teaches Jazz Singing at the Conservatory of Music of Navarra. Throughout her entire professional career, she has made teaching and research compatible with her artistic projects as a jazz singer.
Teresa Luján has a Superior Degree in Jazz Singing (Musikene-Higher Music Center of the Basque Country), a Degree in Music History and Sciences (University of Granada), and a Superior Degree in Music Theory and Language (Conservatory of Granada). She is doing her Bachellor Degree in Jazz in Barcelona about Tete Montoliu's contribution to modern jazz in Spain. She is on the editorial board of Jazz Hitz, the first jazz music research magazine in Spain.
She has studied with professors of recognized prestige, both in jazz and classical music. He began his studies of vocal Jazz and Modern Harmony at the Taller de Músics de...