Cristina Vaira




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 Cristina Vaira is the Co-Founder , Director of  Songwriting, and Project Manager of The Pillars Productions, LLC. She manages and coordinates the companies’ projects, as well as contributing as songwriter and singer, featuring the main theme of the feature documentary “Nunc Coepi, Now I Begin” (release November 2016), the main theme of short documentary “Cachorro” (Eco FilmFestival 2016), just to name some of her work. Previously, she worked at the record label EMI Music Italy, in the Marketing & Promotion Department, promoting artists such as Joss Stone, Jet, Kings of Convenience, Lily Allen, 30 Seconds to Mars, Tiziano Ferro, Valerio Scanu and many others. The passion for music brought her to United States, where she graduated from Berklee College of Music, majoring in Songwriting, met her husband Alejandro Ramirez-Cisneros, Berklee Alumni in Film Scoring and Music Production and Engineering, and start a life long collaboration, first by creating their band, “The Pillars”, and then by co-founding the production company The Pillars Productions, LLC. Together they believe in creating contents that uplift people’s lives, through music, film, and video productions. Cristina became the main supporter of the inspirational group founded by her husband Alejandro (Jandro Cisneros), called “Ubuntu Family”, embracing the slogan he created, “Become the Best You, You Can Be”, as the foundation of The Pillars Productions. Back in Italy, she graduated in the Catholic University of Milan, majoring in Literature and Mass Communication, with a focus on Journalism, and, in the same university, she completed a Master Degree in Communication for Music Industry. During those years, she also won Italian National music contests for “Best Original Song”, at the Festival delle Due Riviere 2008, Cantazzurro 2006, United Radio Contest 2009, and others.