Chloe Temtchine

Chloe Temtchine is the Grand Prize Winner of the 2011 AVON National and International Songwriting Competition and her song "Step Up," is being used in Avon's new commercial, which is currently airing globally.

She has collaborated with an illustrious group of top songwriters/producers, including American Grammy Nominee, Greg Camp (Smash Mouth), Guy Roche (Christina Aguilera), Toby Gad (Fergie), Sasha Skarbek (James Blunt), Duncan Sheik, Marc Nelkin (Corinne Bailey Rae), David Gamson (Meshell Ndegeocello), Andy Marvel(Jessica Simpson), youtube phenomenons David Choi and Tay Zonday, Maia Sharp (Bonnie Raitt), Pam Sheyne (Christina Aguilera), Richard Harris, Ben Romans (Click Five), Andrew Williams, Michelle Featherstone, Felix McTeigue, Jim Marr and Wendy Page (Hilary Duff), Tim Gordine, Scott Simons…

Ms. Temtchine has performed on “Late Night with David Letterman,” singing back-up for recording artist NE-YO; she is the voice behind the national commercial celebrating the 100th anniversary of American Express, and she has been featured on NY-1 news, with “Where in The Truck is Chloe”; she has been on The Nate Berkus Show (NBC). Additionally, she has performed on “Fearless Music” (FOX 5); her song “Brand New Day” has been featured on “The Early Morning Show” (CNN), and she has had songs placed in various TV series and films. Some of her songs are in French and Spanish, as she is tri-lingual.

In February 2013, Ms. Temtchine's album, produced by American Grammy nominee, Greg Camp, was nearing completion, and its national and international promotional tour was imminent.  She was rushed to the emergency room on March 4, 2013 due to congestive right-heart failure, the result of a rare, life-threatening pulmonary disease, which had left her breathless and almost lifeless.

In spite of the grim prognosis, Ms. Temtchine has elected to replace the sirens of death with the beautiful and life-inspiring sounds of music.

Mere months since her diagnosis, Chloe Temtchine--along with her portable oxygen tank, which she affectionately refers to as Steve Martin-- is valiantly breathing life back into her music with live performances to help raise awareness in an effort to find a cure for Pulmonary Hypertension (PH).

A passionate advocate of the Pulmonary Hypertension Research and Diagnosis Act of 2013, Ms. Temtchine was invited to attend a luncheon with Congress. Members of Congress requested that she perform, confident that her remarkable voice and powerful music--which she writes, records, and performs, while linked to an oxygen tank--would inspire the audience to fight PH.