Marcela Carvalho was born in Minais Gerais Brazil where her deft ability in portraying emotion through visual art emerged soon after studying at the Brazilian Conservatory of Music following a move to New York in 1986, where she studied piano at the Manhattan School of Music. Her early love for children subsequently became evident with an opportunity to perform with The City Kids Foundation within the New York City Public School system with a show piece called The Psychology of Ecology. A string of musical performances involving children soon brought about the opportunity to perform at the 25th anniversary of the Woodstock Festival which secured her membership at the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). A later apprenticeship at the Super Mud Pottery studio followed by and educational appointment at The Clay Hand Gallery.
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