BIOGRAPHY

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Fabiana Cozza, born in São Paulo (1976), has a solid 22-year career. Considered by critics and audiences one of the most expressive interpreters of contemporary Brazilian music, she has also worked in theater, dance and music as singer and actress. She performed in musicals with Brazilian theme at the beginning of her artistic life, enhancing her scenic expression and interpretation, qualities that catch the eye of any viewer. 

In her curriculum, she has the experience of singing/recording along with respected names such as Leny Andrade, Tiganá Santana, Jurandir Santana, João Bosco, Emicida, Mantiqueira Big Band, Zimbo Trio, Nei Lopes, Sao Paulo Jazz Symphonic Orchestra, Wilson Moreira, Roberto Mendes, Alessandro Penezzi, Aurea Martins, Eduardo Gudin, Zélia Duncan, Leci Brandão, Dona Ivone Lara, Luiz Melodia and Jazz Symphonic Orchestra, among others. Abroad, she has been invited by major figures of the international jazz, among them the cuban singer Omara Portuondo, the saxophonist Sadao Watanabe (Japan), the Cuban trumpeter Julio Padrón, the HR Big Band from Frankfurt and others.

Fabiana Cozza has released seven CDs and three DVDs where she interprets brazilian music. The DVD released in 2020 is a special one, dedicated to Ignacio Villa, a Cuba's legend pianist and singer from 60's well-known as Bola de Nieve.

Fabiana is also spreading her work as a teacher in "Corpo da Voz" - workshop around Brazil, San Francisco, Tel Aviv, Havana, Paris where she explores brazilian music to help people finding their own expressiveness by voice. She's master in Speech Therapy by Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP).