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Carmina Juarez is a young singer with strong vocal possibilities. Daughter of the renowned conductor Benito Juarez, that fact accounts for her educated, limpid voice and for the excellent taste in her interpretations of some of the most beautiful classics of the Brazilian masters, like the samba-de-roda baiano "Arrasta a sandália," the sambas "Rugas," Noel Rosa's "O maior castigo que te dou," the ponto de candomblé "Ponto de Oxum," and the forró "Vira e mexe," among other jewels. The broad range of styles implicitly evidences her versatility. The sometimes delicate, sometimes hot and swinging arrangements, either rural or cosmopolitan, traditional or modern, all strongly Brazilian, recover the true identity of a rich cultural tradition so unfairly treated nowadays.


Genre: MPB

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Daughter of conductor Benito Juarez and pianist Elizabeth Rangel Pinheiro, Carmina Juarez studied music since her early childhood, playing the piano, the flute, and singing in choirs. She was a member of the vocal group Beijo and in 1988, went to Boston, MA, to study at the Berklee College of Music. After returning to Brazil, she was appointed to coordinate the vocal technique department of the chorale of the University of São Paulo. She released her first CD in 1966, Arrasta a Sandália, through...
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