Affected by Baden Powell, successful composer/producer/instrumentalist Celso Fonseca were only available in music at 12, having discovered your guitar. At 19, he made a decision to dedicate himself to music as an occupation, being invited to become listed on Gilberto Gil’s music group in 1981, with which Fonseca performed throughout Brazil and in a number of additional countries. Fonseca also offers played and documented with Chico Buarque, Djavan, Milton Nascimento, Caetano Veloso, Gal Costa, Elza Soares, Marisa Monte, João Bosco, Jorge Benjor, Leila Pinheiro, Simone, among others. His resumé contains several international trips, four performances in the Montreux Fest (Switzerland) along with other celebrations around European countries, Canada, U.S., and Japan. In 1986, he became a manufacturer, doing work for Vinícius Cantuária. Fonseca also created Gil’s O Eterno Deus Mu Dança, Daúde’s debut record (that brought him the Clear Prize because the greatest pop/rock and roll arranger of 1996), both first single albums by Virgínia Rodrigues, six paths of Leo Gandelman’s Brazilian Spirit, and Gal Costa’s Aquele Frevo Axé, among various other albums by Rosana, Adriana Maciel, Verônica Sabino, Daúde, and Zeca Baleiro. Minha Cara, his initial solo album, premiered in 1986. O Som perform Sim, the next, launched in European countries in 1995, strike number nine from the Western european world music graph. In 1998, Gil’s Quanta Live, including Fonseca’s participation, earned the planet Music Grammy. Within the next season, Fonseca do the musical path of the present Since Samba CONTINUES TO BE Samba on the Royal Albert Hall, London, with Gil, Caetano Veloso, Gal Costa, Chico Buarque, Elza Soares, and Virgínia Rodrigues. He participated also in Bebel Gilberto’s Tanto Tempo. Fonseca’s tracks have been documented by Caetano Veloso, Gal Costa (“Sorte,” created with Ronaldo Bastos), Gilberto Gil, Maria Bethânia (“Sei de Cor,” with Ronaldo Bastos), Ney Matogrosso (“Um Rei,” with Ronaldo Bastos), Nana Caymmi (“A Noite É Meu Ópio” and “Flor Lunar,” with Ronaldo Bastos), Milton Nascimento, Carlinhos Dark brown, Daúde, Vinícius Cantuária, Verônica Sabino, Adriana Maciel, Zizi Possi (“Mania,” with Ronaldo Bastos), and Belô Velloso (“Polaróides,” with Ronaldo Bastos).