Brazilian musicians died in Ovarian cancer

Here are 1 famous musicians from Brazil died in Ovarian cancer:

Vange Leonel

Vange Leonel (May 4, 1963-July 14, 2014 São Paulo) was a Brazilian singer-songwriter, journalist, novelist and playwright.

Her albums include Vange and Vermelho. Her related genres: Post-punk and Alternative rock.

Vange Leonel was renowned for her feminist activism and explored themes of LGBT rights, sexual liberation and gender equality in her work. She began her career in the 1980s as the lead singer of the band Nau, which gained popularity in the São Paulo underground music scene. Vange soon went on to launch a solo career, releasing several critically acclaimed albums. In addition to her music career, Vange was also a journalist, novelist and playwright. She authored the novel "O Mundo de Vidro" and the play "Venus Ex Libris", which features a lesbian protagonist. Throughout her life, Vange was a staunch advocate for the LGBTQ+ community and was posthumously awarded the Medalha Anchieta, São Paulo's highest honor, for her contributions to the arts and LGBTQ+ rights.

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