Name: Isis Salvaterra
Where From: Brazil | UK
Isis Salvaterra was born in Brazil to a family of Italian origins. She moved to London at a young age and is now based in the city for two decades. She completed a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities (Combined: Psychology, Sociology and Third World Politics & Development) at the University of Westminster but later dropped her career as a civil servant to fully dedicate to music. In 2017, she started a MA in Ethnomusicology at City University in London.
Having grown up majorly influenced by music and exposed to African culture & music in Brazil, she has been part of the electronic music scene in London for over two decades having managed artists and tours exclusively such as Jay Haze or combining charity work and music by project managing 'Red Dot Relief' to help victims of the Tsunami in Japan alongside Seth Troxler and Jay Haze proving to be a major success as well as the latest 'Dance for Humanity' helping the refugee crisis in Greece, guests included Craig Richards and San Proper. Alongside those efforts comes the management & production of all Toi.Toi.Events in London and worldwide plus being the A&R for Toi.Toi.Musik's Record Label & Mix Series as well as her life long connection to fabric's nightclub.
In 2019, Isis' love for Romania and its people has led her to take over Media, Communications and Public Relations for Club Guesthouse in Bucharest, the heart of Romania's underground. In 2020 she goes back to focusing only on Toi Toi and in addition to the London office, sets up a new office in the newest artist hub in Bucharest designed by Herodot and Sunrise, the Sunrise Hub.
Following the world's pandemic Isis took the opportunity to properly launch a platform which was in the making for a while. ISCoaching was born. Powered with the knowledge and experience from Psychology, Sociology and Politics at a degree level, Ethnomusicology at MA level and further qualifications in CBT Coaching, Isis Salvaterra has developed a unique coaching model specific to the niche and music community she has now been part of for 20 years. The model makes use of cognitive behavioural techniques for coaching to personal, professional and artistic development as well as providing mentoring and consultancy. For more details of the approach please click HERE.