Biography

Biography

About Nádia Figueiredo

Nádia Figueiredo is a Brazilian singer and songwriter, born in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais.
She started to sing and play popular guitar at the age of 10, at the age of 11 she already participated in music festivals at school, winning in some of them, with songs of her own.

At the age of 14 he started studying classical guitar, demonstrating excellent hearing from an early age.
Thanks to the privileged timbre and vocal extension, he has sung on several national and international stages, in languages ​​such as Italian, French, English, Spanish, Latin, Russian, Esperanto, Hindi and Hebrew.

He studied with native Italian teachers with Carlo Zaldini, French with Nora Sari and Russian with Polina Dubovskaya, aiming to achieve maximum perfection in the pronunciation of the song.
There was also help from natives to sing in Hindi, Esperanto, Hebrew.
In 2003 he lived in Mexico City and in 2006 he spent a few months in Santiago, Chile, where he learned Spanish.

Graduated in Advertising and Postgraduate in Performing Arts.
In 2008 he started to study lyrical singing, currently studying with the Brazilian soprano Laura de Souza.

In popular singing, he is accompanied by Brazilian Felipe Abreu.
He participated in the masterclass, “Canto Lírico X Belting” with maestro Marconi Araújo in 2009, attended the CAL course “Mergulho no Musical”, taught by Mirna Rubim and Menelick de Carvalho in 2009, in 2010 participated in the workshop “Singing in the century XXI ”given by Jeanie Lovetri. In 2018 he did an intensive lyrical singing in Rome in Italy with conductor Romualdo Savastano.

In 2013, one of his compositions that talks about Global Warming, was the subject of the exhibition “Avannaa: Images and Icons”, at the Orient Museum in Moscow, Russia. In the same year, he participated in the soap opera at nine, “Amor à Vida”, on Rede Globo de Televisão, singing the aria “O del mio dolce ardor”, by the Opera Paride ed Elena ”by Christoph Willibald Von Gluck (1714-1787 ).

In 2014 his composition in Esperanto had an international prominence playing on a Polish radio, being considered by the international group of Esperantists to be one of the most beautiful songs heard in that language.

In November 2016, she was awarded the Medal Maestro Carlos Gomes and the title of Commander by the Brazilian Society of Arts, Culture and Education. In April 2017, he received the Fiftieth Anniversary Medal from the UN International Peacekeeping Forces.

In May 2017, she was invited to participate in the tour of the Brazilian singer Daniel in Europe, singing alongside him the song “Con te Partirò”, in the Coliseu de Lisboa, Coliseu do Porto and Casino Figueira da Foz in Portugal.

In the same month, Nádia toured major Brazilian theaters alongside singer Plácido Domingo Jr., son of tenor Plácido Domingo.

In 2019, he released his first album for Biscoito Fino, called “My language is love”, produced by the renowned Guto Graça Mello.
The project mixes standarts from international music, classical pieces and MPB, defending the crossover genre (joining classic and popular), giving freedom and versatility to the album, which includes Gilberto Gil and João Donato, in the song “A PAZ” authored by them, Plácido Domingo Jr. and Max Wilson, Brazilian tenor.

About Nádia Figueiredo

Nádia Figueiredo is a Brazilian singer and songwriter, born in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais.
She started to sing and play popular guitar at the age of 10, at the age of 11 she already participated in music festivals at school, winning in some of them, with songs of her own.

At the age of 14 he started studying classical guitar, demonstrating excellent hearing from an early age.
Thanks to the privileged timbre and vocal extension, he has sung on several national and international stages, in languages ​​such as Italian, French, English, Spanish, Latin, Russian, Esperanto, Hindi and Hebrew.

He studied with native Italian teachers with Carlo Zaldini, French with Nora Sari and Russian with Polina Dubovskaya, aiming to achieve maximum perfection in the pronunciation of the song.
There was also help from natives to sing in Hindi, Esperanto, Hebrew.
In 2003 he lived in Mexico City and in 2006 he spent a few months in Santiago, Chile, where he learned Spanish.

Graduated in Advertising and Postgraduate in Performing Arts.
In 2008 he started to study lyrical singing, currently studying with the Brazilian soprano Laura de Souza.

In popular singing, he is accompanied by Brazilian Felipe Abreu.
He participated in the masterclass, “Canto Lírico X Belting” with maestro Marconi Araújo in 2009, attended the CAL course “Mergulho no Musical”, taught by Mirna Rubim and Menelick de Carvalho in 2009, in 2010 participated in the workshop “Singing in the century XXI ”given by Jeanie Lovetri. In 2018 he did an intensive lyrical singing in Rome in Italy with conductor Romualdo Savastano.

In 2013, one of his compositions that talks about Global Warming, was the subject of the exhibition “Avannaa: Images and Icons”, at the Orient Museum in Moscow, Russia. In the same year, he participated in the soap opera at nine, “Amor à Vida”, on Rede Globo de Televisão, singing the aria “O del mio dolce ardor”, by the Opera Paride ed Elena ”by Christoph Willibald Von Gluck (1714-1787 ).

In 2014 his composition in Esperanto had an international prominence playing on a Polish radio, being considered by the international group of Esperantists to be one of the most beautiful songs heard in that language.

In November 2016, she was awarded the Medal Maestro Carlos Gomes and the title of Commander by the Brazilian Society of Arts, Culture and Education. In April 2017, he received the Fiftieth Anniversary Medal from the UN International Peacekeeping Forces.

In May 2017, she was invited to participate in the tour of the Brazilian singer Daniel in Europe, singing alongside him the song “Con te Partirò”, in the Coliseu de Lisboa, Coliseu do Porto and Casino Figueira da Foz in Portugal.

In the same month, Nádia toured major Brazilian theaters alongside singer Plácido Domingo Jr., son of tenor Plácido Domingo.

In 2019, he released his first album for Biscoito Fino, called “My language is love”, produced by the renowned Guto Graça Mello.
The project mixes standarts from international music, classical pieces and MPB, defending the crossover genre (joining classic and popular), giving freedom and versatility to the album, which includes Gilberto Gil and João Donato, in the song “A PAZ” authored by them, Plácido Domingo Jr. and Max Wilson, Brazilian tenor.