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Flavia Coelho is a Brazilian music singer, born in Rio de Janeiro.
Installed in France since 2006, she won the musical springboards Génération Réservoir and was signed by the independent label Discograph. His first album, Bossa Muffin, is released in 2011.
The singer, whose parents are from the Nordeste region, is born in Rio de Janeiro. For two years, the family lives on the island of São Luís, in the State of Maranhão. Engaged by a group of varieties, Flavia Coelho rises on stage from the age of 14 years. In 2002, she performed in Europe in a carnival troupe. She returns to settle in Paris in 2006. She sings in the metro and in a bar in Saint-Ouen, where she meets the Cameroonian musician Pierre Bika Bika. They begin to compose and record an album thanks to the producer Victor Vagh. The record does not interest the record companies, but the singer continues to perform on stage.
In 2010, Flavia Coelho interprets with Lucilla Galeazzi the song Amore Di Carta from the pre-credits of the feature film De verres mensonges directed by Pierre Salvadori. The soundtrack of the film is signed by Philippe Eidel, and this pre-credits song was written by Philippe Eidel and Lucilla Galeazzi.
In 2011, Flavia Coelho won the fifth edition of the Generation Réservoir springboard, which revealed Zaz two years ago. The independent label Discograph offers him a contract and publishes his album, entitled Bossa Muffin. She performs at the Divan du Monde in Paris. In 2012, the album Bossa Muffin is reissued with five songs unpublished. Flavia Coelho, accompanied by her stage group, sings in several festivals. It is on display at the Porto Latino festival in Saint-Florent in the first part of the Ivorian group Magic System. She also performs at the Festival de Buguélès, at the Festival aux champs, European Nights, Festival du Bout du Monde, and Guitare en scène. She also sings in Belgium at the Esperanzah! festival and in the UK at the London Jazz Festival. In November Flavia Coelho performed at La Cigale.
His second album, Mundo Meu, is released in the summer of 2014. It is directed by Victor Vagh and mixed by Tom Fire. Drummer Tony Allen and lead singer Patrice Bart-Williams are taking part in the recording. The singer returns on tour and performs at the Reggae Sun Ska Festival.
In 2016 released his third album entitled Sonho real, which included the title Paraiso.

Flavia Coelho

HOMEPAGE: www.flaviacoelhomusic.com

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Label: Play it again Sam (PIAS)

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Label: Flowfish Records


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