Lincoln Almada was born in Paraguay. At a very young age he started playing as a percussionist in various groups, especially in traditional band music. Later, he would integrate these experiences in his interpretation of the harp, dedicating himself to traditional music.

In Paraguay, the harp still uses the old techniques that have long been lost in Europe. Lincoln Almada melds these techniques to the influences that he has collected from various cultures, creating his own personal style.
In his repertoire he combines the rhythms of the Guaraní region (Paraguay and coastal Argentina), the "llanera" music (Colombia and Venezuela) and Afro-Latin American music (Cuba and Perú).

Lincoln Almada combines his international concert activity with numerous courses (in Italy at the Naples Conservatory, the Pesaro Conservatory, the Vibo Valentia Conservatory, the school Suoni d'arpa at Salsomaggiore and the International Harp Festival in Viggiano; in Switzerland at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis; in France at the Rencontres Internationales de Harpes Dinan, Centre occitan des musique traditionelle Toulouse; in Belgium at the Harpe Diem Leuven and in Spain at the Huesca Conservatory, among others) dedicated to improvisation and the interpretation of Latin American rhythms and Latin American harp techniques.