Chris Barreto

Brazilian vocalist

A vivacious and dynamic stage presence with a charismatic connection to her audiences, Chris Barreto was born in Vitoria, Espirito Santo, Brazil. In 1988 she moved to Rio de Janeiro where she lived for five years, and where she was influenced musically by Tom Jobim and many others including Djavan, Mario Adnet, Guinga, Flavio Venturine, Juca Filho, and more. From that time on, music has been the center of her life. She has studied voice both in Rio and in New York, with Andre Gismont and Craig Derry. Currently living in New York, she has lived and performed in Hawaii (Honolulu and Big Island), has traveled to the Dominican Republic where she performed for 1500 people in a spcial event to help children with disabilities, and has continued to evolve both as a performer and composer. Chris received her BS in Psychology (USU-RJ) and Arts (UFES). She later specialized in Fashion Design at FIT-NY, and Body Therapy at Angel Vianna University. Her music is informed by her background in art and aesthetics. “Authenticity is the key of my concept.”

Ellen Azorin, President
Cantaloupe Music Productions, Inc.
Phone: 212.724.2400
E-Mail: music.inquiry@cantaloupeproductions.com

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