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Ana Moura

Sobre Ana Moura

The stream of fadistas coming out of Portugal has been steady, and it would be easy to dismiss newcomers as trendy train-hoppers. But from the first note, Ana Moura disarms potential critics. Her charm lies in her unstudied approach to the fado: she offers each vocal trill, each soaring clarion call, with a spontaneity that's rare in even the most practiced fado singers. (Perhaps her history as a rock singer has something to do with it.) Moura, who comes from a musical family and has been singing since childhood, was discovered at a Christmas party by noted fadista Maria De Fe, who invited the singer to perform at her fado house -- a small, intimate gathering place where fadistas perform without microphones to a roomful of strangers. The fado house allows singers to polish their skills, learn their repertoire and, in a sense, earn their wings. Moura did just that, and has since moved onto the European circuit, charming fado fans with her fresh approach and effortless vocal style.

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Ana Moura

The stream of fadistas coming out of Portugal has been steady, and it would be easy to dismiss newcomers as trendy train-hoppers. But from the first note, Ana Moura disarms potential critics. Her charm lies in her unstudied approach to the fado: she offers each vocal trill, each soaring clarion call, with a spontaneity that's rare in even the most practiced fado singers. (Perhaps her history as a rock singer has something to do with it.) Moura, who comes from a musical family and has been singing since childhood, was discovered at a Christmas party by noted fadista Maria De Fe, who invited the singer to perform at her fado house -- a small, intimate gathering place where fadistas perform without microphones to a roomful of strangers. The fado house allows singers to polish their skills, learn their repertoire and, in a sense, earn their wings. Moura did just that, and has since moved onto the European circuit, charming fado fans with her fresh approach and effortless vocal style.

Sobre Ana Moura

The stream of fadistas coming out of Portugal has been steady, and it would be easy to dismiss newcomers as trendy train-hoppers. But from the first note, Ana Moura disarms potential critics. Her charm lies in her unstudied approach to the fado: she offers each vocal trill, each soaring clarion call, with a spontaneity that's rare in even the most practiced fado singers. (Perhaps her history as a rock singer has something to do with it.) Moura, who comes from a musical family and has been singing since childhood, was discovered at a Christmas party by noted fadista Maria De Fe, who invited the singer to perform at her fado house -- a small, intimate gathering place where fadistas perform without microphones to a roomful of strangers. The fado house allows singers to polish their skills, learn their repertoire and, in a sense, earn their wings. Moura did just that, and has since moved onto the European circuit, charming fado fans with her fresh approach and effortless vocal style.

Sobre Ana Moura

The stream of fadistas coming out of Portugal has been steady, and it would be easy to dismiss newcomers as trendy train-hoppers. But from the first note, Ana Moura disarms potential critics. Her charm lies in her unstudied approach to the fado: she offers each vocal trill, each soaring clarion call, with a spontaneity that's rare in even the most practiced fado singers. (Perhaps her history as a rock singer has something to do with it.) Moura, who comes from a musical family and has been singing since childhood, was discovered at a Christmas party by noted fadista Maria De Fe, who invited the singer to perform at her fado house -- a small, intimate gathering place where fadistas perform without microphones to a roomful of strangers. The fado house allows singers to polish their skills, learn their repertoire and, in a sense, earn their wings. Moura did just that, and has since moved onto the European circuit, charming fado fans with her fresh approach and effortless vocal style.

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