Probably one of the most important Brazilian interpreters of Villa-Lobos (praised by him personally) and one of the better Brazilian chamber music performers, the lyrical soprano Cristina Maristany found Brazil with her family members just a few weeks after her delivery. Learning music since early age group, she completed both piano as well as the tone of voice course, having used classes by Cândida Kendall and Mme. Poukine (in European countries). Upon her go back to Brazil she began to perform concerts, soon becoming noticed. Her 1st album (still authorized under her maiden name, Cristina Costa) was documented in 1929 with “Saudade Sombria” and “Solidão.” Eight years later on she required her second visit to Argentina, where she performed effectively for two weeks at Rádio Marvelous. Next she visited European countries, where she also experienced success for just two years, carrying out in Berlin, London, Paris, Haia, Hamburg, Hessel, and additional towns. Her Mozart overall performance like a soloist from the Symphonic Orchestra of Paris yielded compliment by German critics. She also performed in Paris followed by Camargo Guarnieri, having came back in 1939 due to World Battle II. Having documented in Buenos Aires, Paris, and Berlin, Maristany was employed by Rádio Tupi from 1940 until 1956. In 1950 she came back to European countries, where she performed in Rome and Paris. In 1965 she was granted using the Carlos Gomes medal with the Brazilian Academy of Music.