Musician and mixed media artist Christa Ebert performs as Uno Lady, a one-woman choir, and composes songs with her voice, nature sounds, and electronic tools. Using her four-octave singing range, she constructs sonic worlds with dream-like vocal layers and looping ethereal tones. Also as a video artist, she creates nature inspired stop-motion music videos to accompany her compositions. Christa has recorded and produced six releases, including the most recent mindfulness album and film series, GROUNDED. Her unique talent has been acknowledged with various awards, including residencies and fellowships with Ellis-Beauregard Foundation, Foundation House, SPACE’s Urgent Art Fund, Chateau Orquevaux, Creative Workforce Fellow, Akron Soul Train, and Panza Foundation.
Christa has her BA in Urban Studies and Masters of Public Administration from Cleveland State. She is passionate about helping people and the planet and has over a decade of professional organizing experience around environmental issues and with arts nonprofits. As a consultant she supports nonprofits with a variety of programs, including organizing a street festival, triennial art event, and composing meditation music for a national school wellness program.
“When she sings, she sounds like an entire chorus of voices…Uno Lady overlaps her voice in real time, creating catchy yet haunting music that’s truly unique.” – Dave DeOreo, NPR, Ideastream
“Uno Lady has established herself as one of the most unique voices, literally, in town.” – Laura DeMarcho, The Plain Dealer
“DIY ‘New Sincerity’ of Uno Lady: Wes Anderson meets Laurie Anderson meets Reggie Watts,” – Martin Schneider, Dangerous Minds