With her velvety vocal tones and dynamic presence, Ceumar (blessed Estreia Ceumar) has taken new expression towards the pop music of Brazil. Her debut record Dindinha, released in 1995, continues to be valued as an acoustic Brazilian pop traditional. The daughter of the multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Ceumar was created in the inside of Brazil, south of Minas Gerais. After understanding how to play music on her behalf father’s electrical viola and piano, she spent many years learning traditional viola. Her interest, however, remained centered on pop music. Introducing her profession in the pubs of Minas Gerais where she sang an assortment of American and Brazilian pop music, Ceumar supplemented her income by performing jingles and executing at festivals being a history singer. Shifting to Sao Paulo in 1995, she documented her debut record shortly soon after. Ceumar is constantly on the explore her musical traditions. Her most ambitious task was a full-scale musical creation, 30 Musicas Que Voce No Radio (30 Music That YOU WILL NOT Listen to on Radio), offering lyrics of Gigliola Cinquetti established to the music of Brazilian composers Hugo Montgomery and Hermeto Pascoal.