After her classical training on cello, Joana Guerra decided to head towards musical landscapes that reflect her desire for acoustic experimentation and appropriation of other sound references. Since the release of "Gralha", her first solo album, in 2013, she has maintained an uninterrupted activity, both solo and in various other formats and projects of experimental music, improvised or audiovisual. She also integrates the trio Bande à Part and the duo with violinist Gil Dionísio. In 2016, she releases a new solo album, "Cavalos Vapor", brought to you by Revolve. She creates music for different artistic contexts: in dance with choreographer Madalena Victorino; in film/documentary by João Botelho and other documentarists; in theater with the João Garcia Miguel Company.