Brazilian singer and composer Adriana Calcanhotto will mesmerize you with her melancholic songs which are categorized as part of the MPB genre. She began her professional career in 1984 and released her first studio album in 1990. Her first hit, a cover of Caetano Veloso's Naquela Estação, which became successful thanks to it being included in the soundtrack of the primetime soap Rainha da Sucata, one of the most watched in history of Brazilian television. 1992 saw the release of Senhas, which included the hits "Mentiras" and "Esquadros" and was followed by a successful national tour. In 1994, Adriana, released A Fábrica do Poema, considered by many to be her most poetic album. She collaborated with lyricists like Waly Salomão and António Cícero (brother and constant musical partner of fellow singer Marina Lima) and included the hits "Metade" and "Inverno". This was followed by Maritmo and later reaching a peak in her career with the release of the album Público in 2000.
Peter Jay Sharp Theatre
Expected Run Time is 90 minutes