Born in Spain, Mili Vizcaino is an accomplished contemporary singer and vocal technique teacher. She is a self-taught contemporary guitarist and also holds a Piano degree from Conservatório de Música de Badajoz (Badajoz, Spain). In 2004, Mili studied Piano, contemporary harmony and combo studies in the Jazz School Germán Sánchez Ruipérez and more recently in 2015, Mili completed her Jazz Vocals degree, Universidade de Évora (Portugal) & also completed first year of Master course in Jazz interpretation in the Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa (ESML – Lisbon, Portugal).
During the early 2000s, Mili spent her time traveling around Europe as a voice teacher at various programs like Musicals Festival at Zafra (Spain), Cáceres Jazz Festival (Spain), Teachers and Resources Centre (Badajoz, Spain), etc. In 2007, Mili had the opportunity to tour the world with Miguel Bose’s “Papitour” as a backing vocalist. At the dawn of the decade, Mili had become an experienced vocalist as well as a seasoned educator teaching at various institutes around Spain like Badajoz Arts Centre (Badajoz, Spain) & Monk Music and Performing Arts (Salamanca, Spain).
At present she works at the Sou Largo cultural cooperative in Lisbon, as a regular contributor. She’s part of the musical cast in the show El pacto, by El Desván Producciones (Badajoz, Spain). She’s the lead singer at the Iberian Big Band (classical swing repertoire), the River City Band (Latin jazz), D’Alambre (a Lisbon project with musicians Gustavo Roriz, Ruca Rebordão, Máximo Ciuro and Gabriel Godoy.
2013- I Award: Pop Music, Caja de Badajoz (Badajoz, Spain).
2012- Best Soloist from Extremadura and Best Recording (Extremadura, Spain).
2005- I INJUVE Award for music from Brazil, guitar and voice solo (Spain)