Brazilian singer and guitarist Lica Cecato combines poetry, dance, and visible art with her multilingual-oriented jazz sounds. The girl of the saxophonist and granddaughter of the conductor, her music profession first showed guarantee in 1985, when she gained a full scholarship or grant towards the Berklee University of Music aswell as their Sarah Vaughan Prize. Cecato’s first record as bandleader, a duo outing with Italian guitarist Stefano Scutari known as Our Favorite Tracks, came seven years afterwards. In 1994, she added towards the compilation Music from the Globe, which celebrated the 50th wedding anniversary of the US. Her first record to become released in Brazil, Constelário, implemented in 2001, and was made by Júnior Aguiar, highlighted guests such as for example Brazilian jazz guitarist Romero Lubambo, and garnered a Latin Grammy nomination. Lubambo made an appearance with Cecato once again in 2003 to get a live documenting, and in the next years she held a busy plan with festival performances and art displays in just about any corner of the world.