Fado Singer Ramana Vieira                                        

Her Influences, Spirit & Artistry

Exciting News Ramana and her band are are on a thanksgiving tour to Oregon to celebrate her new cd fado da vida.
An American Fado singer, Ramana Vieira was born with Fado music in her blood. Her grandfather was a famous musician and composer from Madeira Island in Portugal, and while born in San Leandro, CA to Portuguese immigrants, Vieira was exposed to traditional Fado music at a young age. To enhance her natural gift for music, Vieira later attended The American Conservatory Theatre to train under Faith Winthrop. It wasn’t until a trip to Portugal, where she had the opportunity to perform with local Fado musicians, that Vieira decided to embrace her Portuguese roots and invest herself fully into Fado music.

Fado for the 21st Century

Inspired by the Queen of Fado, Amália Rodrigues, Vieira has always loved the traditional Fado style and has created original music influenced by Rodrigues and many others. However, Vieira has found her place as a Fado singer of the 21st century by maintaining the tradition of Fado singing while forging a new path with new creative layers, textures and compositions.

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Ramana Vieira is a classically trained vocalist with a new vision for Fado music. If you would like to learn more about her music, recordings, upcoming shows or anything else, we invite you to contact us.

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Ramana Vieira has been nominated for two categories by the International Portuguese Music Awards 2015

Ramana Vieira has been nominated for a second year consecutively for best Fado performance with the International Portuguese Music Awards 2016 as well as a People's Choice award. You can vote here until April 8th, 2016:


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