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Ana Maria

(N. 1 January, 1952 - M. 27 November, 2011)

When Ana Maria sings the audience remembers the sea. That happens, perhaps she is from Africa. People notice she is missing something that is intensified by overseas distance.

Although, homesickness is always present on her songs, her voice is clear and crystalline instead of being sad and low-pitched, and the audience feel it on every note.

Ana Maria shows that Fado is more than a musical gender; Fado is a universal state of mind. A few months ago the Fado singer is performing at the most popular Fado Houses in Lisbon - “A Taverna do Embuçado” and “Taverna D`El Rei”, and accepted to be part of the project named Fado & Co”.

In 2003, she recorded her first work named “Trago Fado nos Sentidos”, which had the best critics.

A marketing campaign of her work corresponds to her performances in different stages all over the country and as one of Prime-Minister attendants when he visited her homeland. It was the first time she performed to people of Angola, place where she was born.

She became a celebrity performing in countries of Benelux, at the renowned stage, Muziekcentrum Vredenbug, in Utrecht (Netherlands), among others.




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  • Dá-me o Braço, Anda Daí Ana Maria (João Linhares Barbosa / Jaime Santos)