Biography

Biography

About Nádia Figueiredo

Nádia Figueiredo, brazilian singer and songwriter was born in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais.
She started singing and playing popular guitar at the age of 10, and was soon participating in music festivals at school, and winning awards with songs of her own.
She began her studies in classical guitar when she was 14.
She has an undergraduate degree in Advertising and Postgraduate studies in Performing Arts.
Nádia has also participated as a model in several advertising campaigns in Brazil, Mexico and Chile.
In 2008 she began to study lyric singing, receiving praise for her voice timbre and vocal extension.
She has abundantly demonstrated artistic creativity and the ability to sing in several languages, including English, Spanish, Italian, French, Hebrew, Latin, Russian, Hindi, and Esperanto.
In 2013 one of her compositions, regarding global warming, was the theme of the exhibition
"Avannaa: Pictures and Icons" at the Orient Museum in Moscow.
In the same year, she made a guest appearance in the TV Globo’s 9 PM program, "Amor à Vida", singing the aria
"O del mio dolce ardor" from the opera “Paride and Elena” by Christoph Willibald von Gluck.
In 2014 her composition in Esperanto achieved international recognition, playing on Polish radio and being considered by international Esperantists as one of the most beautiful songs in Esperanto presented in their language, and with perfect pronunciation.
In November, 2016, she was awarded the Maestro Gomes Medal and the title of Comendadora by the Brazilian Society of Arts, Culture and Education.
In April, 2017, she received the Fifth Medal of the UN International Peace Forces.
In May 2017, Nádia participated in the European tour of Brazilian singer, Daniel, singing next to him the song "Con te Partirò" in the Coliseu de Lisboa, the Coliseu do Porto and Casino Figueira da Foz in Portugal.
In the same month, Nádia made a tour of major Brazilian theaters together with Plácido Domingo Jr., son of the tenor Plácido Domingo.
Currently recording a CD and preparing for upcoming live performances.

About Nádia Figueiredo

Nádia Figueiredo, brazilian singer and songwriter was born in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais.
She started singing and playing popular guitar at the age of 10, and was soon participating in music festivals at school, and winning awards with songs of her own.
She began her studies in classical guitar when she was 14.
She has an undergraduate degree in Advertising and Postgraduate studies in Performing Arts.
Nádia has also participated as a model in several advertising campaigns in Brazil, Mexico and Chile.
In 2008 she began to study lyric singing, receiving praise for her voice timbre and vocal extension.
She has abundantly demonstrated artistic creativity and the ability to sing in several languages, including English, Spanish, Italian, French, Hebrew, Latin, Russian, Hindi, and Esperanto.
In 2013 one of her compositions, regarding global warming, was the theme of the exhibition
"Avannaa: Pictures and Icons" at the Orient Museum in Moscow.
In the same year, she made a guest appearance in the TV Globo’s 9 PM program, "Amor à Vida", singing the aria
"O del mio dolce ardor" from the opera “Paride and Elena” by Christoph Willibald von Gluck.
In 2014 her composition in Esperanto achieved international recognition, playing on Polish radio and being considered by international Esperantists as one of the most beautiful songs in Esperanto presented in their language, and with perfect pronunciation.
In November, 2016, she was awarded the Maestro Gomes Medal and the title of Comendadora by the Brazilian Society of Arts, Culture and Education.
In April, 2017, she received the Fifth Medal of the UN International Peace Forces.
In May 2017, Nádia participated in the European tour of Brazilian singer, Daniel, singing next to him the song "Con te Partirò" in the Coliseu de Lisboa, the Coliseu do Porto and Casino Figueira da Foz in Portugal.
In the same month, Nádia made a tour of major Brazilian theaters together with Plácido Domingo Jr., son of the tenor Plácido Domingo.
Currently recording a CD and preparing for upcoming live performances.