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Luana Mallet - Site Oficial

Luana Mallet is a singer and songwriter from Rio de Janeiro, passionate about jazz and Brazilian music.


She joined the band Digital Groove (Recife / PE) in 2010 for the recording and tour for the release of the album "Manual".

In 2013, the song "Longe" (a partnership with singer Ana Carolina and violinist Glauco Fernandes) was released on the Faro MPB program and won a video clip on YouTube.

In 2014, Luana was invited to the program "Composores Unidos" on Canal Brasil-where she presented the song "Quem", a partnership with singer Jorge Vercillo. Also in 2014, Luana Mallet released the EP "SemiAcústica" accompanied by a string quartet, designed the costume for the play "O Pequeno Príncipe" at Theatro Municipal in Rio de Janeiro and premiered as an actress in the role of Rosa do Principezinho.

In 2015, the song "Quem" was released on the album "Vida É Arte" by Jorge Vercillo, in a duet acclaimed by radio stations across the country. In 2016, in addition to the authorial show, Luana joined the jazz circuit in Rio de Janeiro, performing at traditional venues such as TribOz, the legendary Beco das Garrafas, Sala Baden Powell, "Jazz At The Maze", among others.

In 2017, he released the singles "Carnaval" and "Ela", and in January 2018 the single "Vai Passar" - all with arrangements by Adriano Souza and string arrangements by Glauco Fernandes - all tracks are available on the main music platforms.


Also in 2018, Luana participated in the “International Jazz Day” program on Canal Brasil and premiered at Blue Note Rio the show “Tributo a Emílio Santiago” alongside the musicians who accompanied the singer.

Currently, in addition to being part of the project “Emoriô - o Bloco Nagô”, a tribute to João Donato, which included the participation of João Donato during rehearsals and debut, Luana will participate in a tribute to Ella Fitzgerald with her quintet and the Strings Company, a string orchestra conducted and regimented by Glauco Fernandes.


Soon, news of her second EP with authorial songs.

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