Concert Edson Cordeiro “Exotic Songs of a Divine Diva"
The Summer Program of Embassy of Brazil presents the Concert of Edson Cordeiro in BerlinAugust 10th, 2016
From August 17th to 20th we can enjoy the Concert of the artist Edson Cordeiro, promoted by the Brazilian Embassy in Berlin.
Edson Cordeiro was born in Santo André (São Paulo, Brazil). He began singing at 6 years old when he joined a church choir called "Cordeirinhos do Senhor". He went on to become famous as a street singer. He had his first TV performance with his own version of the aria of the Queen of the Night (W.A. Mozart). In 1996, he won the "Prêmio Sharp" for the best Brazilian pop singer.
Edson Cordeiro is known for his ability to transform his voice miraculously, because his vocal range spans more than four octaves.
Edson is a diva who impresses not only because of his great personality, glamor and sequins, but also his versatile voice. Edson Cordeiro with his versatile voice, recognizes that each note is a declaration of love for these charismatic women who, with their impressive performances told stories and often achieved their greatest successes outside their countries. He also achieved his greatest successes outside of his native country.
Edson Cordeiro exceeds the tones of Zarah Leander, he can be more dramatic than Dalida, crazier than queens of Latin rhythm Lola Flores and La Lupe and even more vibrant than Adele.
Paradiesvogel, the name of his work, is not just a trip to the past, but also the first time singer Edson Cordeiro presents songs written especially by him.
In his native Brazil he is one of the most popular and famous artists and gay activist icons. He has sung in major concert halls of Europe and has received several gold records. He received a Latin Grammy nomination for album of pure classical music with countertenor repertoire. Edson lives in his favorite city of Berlin for several years, and it will be here where we can enjoy his voice and his potential as an artist this August. This is an opportunity we cannot afford to miss.