Mafalda Arnauth (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Born in Lisbon, on the 4th October in 1974, her passion for music manifested itself since the early days of her life.
Manuel de Almeida (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Considered by many to be one of the last great and pure fadistas, Manuel
de Almeida was born in 1922 in Lisbon.
Marco Oliveira (Biographies/Fado Singers)
“Retrato” (portrait) it’s the name of Marco Oliveira’s first record,
one of the most representative fado singers of his generation.
Marco Rodrigues (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Marco rodrigues was born at the north of Portugal – Amarante. During his
childhood and teen years he played as lead vocal in a band performing
several musical styles.
Margarida Guerreiro (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Portuguese born in Alentejo, Margarida’s talent was recognized at a very
young age for her warm voice.
Maria Amélia Proença (Biographies/Fado Singers)
As a child she listened to many radio shows and learned all the fado
songs, especially those by Amália Rodrigues, which she would sing at
home and on the street.
Maria Ana Bobone (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Maria Ana Bobone was born 1974 in Oporto. She began piano studies at age
7, and at age 12 entered the National Conservatory, where she
graduated in piano and singing.
Maria da Fé (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Interpreter of iconic themes such as "Cantarei até que a voz me doa"or
"Valeu a Pena", Maria da Fé is an unavoidable figure in the
fado universe since the 1960s.
Maria da Nazaré (Biographies/Fado Singers)
She is a presence in the most prestigious show rooms in the Lisbon region, such as Casino Estoril, “Taverna do Embuçado”, “Lisboa à Noite” or “Sr. Vinho”.
Maria do Rosário Bettencourt (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Born in an artists’ family, Maria do Rosário Bettencourt soon felt the
appeal of this environment although she has a secretary degree.