Paloma Silveyra was born with a passion for music and an indisputable talent for singing in the city of Durango, Dgo, Mexico. From an early age, guided by her maternal grandmother who taught her the basics of singing and from which she inherited her taste for music, Paloma began her musical studies at the ESMUMEX School of Mexican Music, directed by the teacher Lilia Santaella, in where she had the opportunity to participate in cultural events and was part of the vocal group "Voces de Durango". Later, at the age of 15, she had the opportunity to join the band of Pablo Cisneros and for two years she offered her services as a singer to this group.
At age 17 Paloma decided to pursue her dreams and with the support of her mother she moved to Celaya, Gto, where she lived for a time at her aunt's house and continued her singing and music studies at the Conservatory of Music of that city, in the course of her studies she met different jazz musicians and felt completely identified with this musical genre, she began to sing with the band "Prelude" directed by the great pianist of Celaya, Gto, Salvador Guerra, who was an important jazz mentor for Paloma, apart from her grandmother; thus, in this city she began to sing in bars, restaurants and private events, then in other cities such as San Miguel de Allende, Mexico City and Santiago de Querétaro where she later changed her residence to continue singing professionally and continue to cultivate her success.
Some years later Paloma returned to Durango and met with her musical friends, formed a band and worked together for a while.
Currently the singer resides in Santiago de Querétaro, her passion for jazz is still insatiable. She has had the opportunity to participate in different musical projects with local and international musicians, and as part of the jazz band "Jazz on 3" she has also participated in cultural events.
Paloma Silveyra is constantly looking for forums to express her talent and passion for music. She is passionate about jazz and aspires to perform at international festivals with her personal project as a Mexican representative of jazz.