Bossa nova vocalist Bebel Gilberto has partnered with such world-famous artists as Kenny G, David Byrne, Amon Tobin, Smoke cigarettes Town, the Thievery Company, Towa Tei, Caetano Veloso, Chico Buarque, and João Gilberto. Gilberto in addition has enjoyed worldwide achievement like a songwriter using the worldwide strikes “Batucada” and “Technova.” Gilberto originates from a popular musical family members in Brazil. Her dad is definitely João Gilberto, her mom is the vocalist Miúcha, and her uncle (Miúcha’s sibling) is definitely Chico Buarque de Hollanda. She discovered how exactly to sing with Miúcha, and since she was a kid, she had been taking part in professional musicals like Saltimbancos and Pirlimpimpim. At seven, she experienced her documenting debut on her behalf mother’s first single album. 2 yrs afterwards, she performed as well as her mom and Stan Getz at Carnegie Hall. In 1983, Gilberto distributed an album using the vocalist Pedrinho Rodrigues (Um Certo Geraldo Pereira, Funarte). Even so, she wisely maintained her career, staying away from a hasty debut being a single vocalist. She eventually produced her solo debut with 1986’s Bebel Gilberto, an record whose songs had been created through collaborations with Brazilian pop/rock and roll performers like Cazuza, Dé, among others. In 1991, Gilberto transferred to NY (where she was created) and started gigging in night clubs, executing at Lincoln Middle, and dealing with David Byrne and Arto Lindsay, amongst others. That same calendar year, she participated (as well as Gal Costa, Naná Vasconcelos, and Laurie Anderson) within a tribute to Carmen Miranda, idealized by Arto Lindsay. She started taking part in productions that targeted the dance music marketplace using a Brazilian bossa nova flair, also co-writing the world-wide strike “Technova” with Deee-Lite’s DJ/manufacturer Towa Tei. She also made an appearance in singles with the Thievery Company (“Só Com Você”) as well as the duo Arling & Cameron (“Sem Contenção”), and acquired relocated to Britain by the finish from the ’90s. In 1998, Gilberto acquired a duet with João Gilberto in his Carnegie Hall concert. Tanto Tempo found its way to 2000 on Ziriguiboom Information and fared well over the Globe Music charts, ultimately earning two Latin Grammy nominations for Greatest New Musician and Greatest Música Popular Brasileira Record in 2001. Its partner, Tanto Tempo Remixes, was also released that same calendar year, and Gilberto installed with manufacturer Marius de Vries on her behalf second album quickly thereafter. The introspective, self-titled work appeared in middle-2004, followed 3 years afterwards by Momento, which highlighted performances from Brazilian Young ladies and Orquestra Imperial, and by All in a single in ’09 2009. Although Gilberto’s hubby, Didiê Cunha, was the professional producer and audio engineer for those in a single, by enough time from the sessions on her behalf Mario Caldato, Jr.-produced 2014 album, Tudo, the pair had divorced, and far of this record’s original materials was motivated by their divided.
Music Songs August Day Song, Samba da Benção, Aganju, Mais Feliz, Cada Beijo, Cade Voce?, Sem Contenção, Céu distante, Samba E Amor, Every Day You've Been Away, So Nice, Tanto tempo, Os novos yorkinos, O caminho, Tranquilo, De Tarde, Vendo O Mar, Tout est bleu, Eu Preciso Dizer Que Te Amo, River Song, Bring Back the Love, Jabuticaba, Far From the Sea, Bim Bom, Night and Day, Lonely in My Heart, Samba de Orly, Next to You, Saudade vem correndo, A Mais Bonita, Um segundo, Bananeira, Novas ideias
Albums Bebel Gilberto In Rio, All in One, Momento, Bebel Gilberto Remixed, Bebel Gilberto, Tanto tempo: Remixes, Tanto Tempo, Tudo, Bebel Gilberto Remixes EP
Nominations Latin Grammy Award for Best Portuguese Language Song, Latin Grammy Award for Best MPB Album, Grammy Award for Best Contemporary World Music Album, Latin Grammy Award for Best New Artist
Movies Rio, I Love You, Rio 2, Rio, The Color of Destiny, Ópera do Malandro
Was close friends with singer Cazuza and left Brazil after his death in 1990.
Granddaughter of Maria Amélia Buarque de Hollanda and Sérgio Buarque de Holanda.
Lives in New York.
Has a younger half-sister named Luísa Carolina, born in 2004, (João Gilberto's daughter with Cláudia Faissol). Bebel also has a half-brother named João Marcelo (b.1960).
Niece of composer and writer Chico Buarque de Hollanda, Sérgio Buarque de Hollanda Filho, Alvaro Buarque de Hollanda, Maria do Carmo Buarque de Hollanda, Ana de Hollanda and Cristina Buarque.
Cousin of actress Sílvia Buarque, Helena Buarque de Hollanda and Luísa Buarque de Hollanda.