Brazilian musicians born in the year 1969

Here are 6 famous musicians from Brazil were born in 1969:

Marcelo Zarvos

Marcelo Zarvos (October 1, 1969 São Paulo-) also known as Marcelo U. Zarvos or Marcelo Uchoa Zarvos is a Brazilian jazz pianist, composer and film score composer. His children are called Julian Francis Zarvos and Fernando Luca Zarvos.

Discography: Hollywoodland, Taking Chance, Brooklyn's Finest, Beastly, The Words, Won't Back Down (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), The Bay (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) and The Door in the Floor. Genres he performed include Film score.

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Ricardo Confessori

Ricardo Confessori (January 25, 1969 São Paulo-) a.k.a. Confessori, Ricardo is a Brazilian drummer and musician.

Genres related to him: Thrash metal and Power metal.

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Massimiliano Antonio Cavalera

Massimiliano Antonio Cavalera (August 4, 1969 Belo Horizonte-) also known as Max Cavalera or Cavalera, Max is a Brazilian singer, musician, guitarist, songwriter, singer-songwriter, actor and voice actor.

Genres he performed include Heavy metal, Groove metal, Nu metal, Thrash metal, Death metal, World music, Alternative metal, Industrial metal and Hardcore punk.

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Paulo Szot

Paulo Szot (July 7, 1969 São Paulo-) is a Brazilian actor and singer.

He has performed in many productions on Broadway, including the revival of South Pacific, for which he won a Tony Award in 2008. Szot has also appeared in productions at the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, and many other international opera companies. In addition to his theatrical career, Szot has also released several albums of Brazilian and international music. He is known for his rich baritone voice and captivating stage presence, earning him critical acclaim and a loyal fanbase around the world.

Szot was born in São Paulo, Brazil to a Polish father and a Brazilian mother. His interest in music and theater began at an early age and he started performing in school plays and choirs. Later, he attended the Music Conservatory of São Paulo where he studied classical singing and music.

After completing his education, Szot started his career in Brazil as an opera singer, performing in many productions with the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra and other local opera companies. In 1998, he moved to New York to further his career and quickly made a name for himself in the American theater scene.

Some of his notable performances include playing Emile De Becque in the Lincoln Center Theater’s revival of South Pacific, as well as performing in The King and I, Carmen, and The Nose. Szot has also made appearances on television shows including Law & Order: SVU and The Good Wife.

In addition to his theater work, Szot is also an accomplished concert performer and has performed throughout the US, Europe, and South America. He has released several albums of music, including “Bossa Nova,” which features classic Brazilian songs, and “Salute to Broadway,” which features his renditions of iconic Broadway show tunes.

Szot has received many awards for his performances, including the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical, Drama Desk Award, and Outer Critics Circle Award, among others. He continues to be an active performer, captivating audiences around the world with his powerful voice and dynamic stage presence.

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Paulo Jr.

Paulo Jr. (April 30, 1969 Belo Horizonte-) otherwise known as Paulo Pinto or Paulo Xisto Pinto, Jr. is a Brazilian bassist, musician and songwriter.

His related genres: Death metal, Thrash metal, Groove metal and Alternative metal.

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Deborah Blando

Deborah Blando (March 3, 1969 Sant'Agata di Militello-) a.k.a. Blando, Deborah is a Brazilian singer and composer.

Her albums include A Luz que acende o olhar, Unicamente and .

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