Vocalist, composer, educator, Latin music and Jazz specialist. Professor at Berklee College of Music since 1984, where she teaches Jazz improvisation, Latin music, performance, and voice technique. Mili performs with her husband and bassist, Dan Greenspan. Together they are the perfect duo, combining voice, and strings, and expressing the aesthetic of Jazz with the colors, textures, rhythms and poetic content of the music from Latin America.
Daughter of the Mexican composer Guillermo Bermejo and his wife Luz, an Argentinean tango singer, Ms. Bermejo's blood already contained the wealth of two musical cultures at birth. She was born in Buenos Aires, but raised in the socially and artistically diverse environment of Mexico City where she grew up internalizing the music and political statements of the 60's and 70's made by the Argentineans, Chileans, Brazilians and Uruguayans in exile in Mexico City. This cultural diversity, and interaction between artists of different countries and disciplines laid the groundwork for her diverse style and dedication to the social responsibility of the artist
Dan Greenspan plays the double-bassist with a passion that makes the textures and moods of the music almost palpable. His capacity to provide both the root and the melody of the music is at the core of his creative playing.