The MPB of Roberta Sá is coming to London


With her latest album released, Delírio, Roberta Sá is currently on a national and international tour, one which boasts some big-name guest appearances.

Roberta was born in Natal, in Rio Grande do Norte, but moved to Rio de Janeiro when she was still a child, and has lived there ever since. At the age of 16 she took an interest in singing and started having lessons. Her first big break as a singer was on the programme Show Mistura Fina, in 2002. Thanks to the help of friends such as Felipe Abreu and Rodrigo Campello, Roberta recorded her first demo and was subsequently invited to record the theme song of the Brazilian soap opera Celebridade.

In 2004 she released her first album, called Braseiro (Fire-pan), with a repertoire directed towards the genre of Brazilian Popular Music. In 2007 she released her second album, Que Belo Estranho Dia Pra Se Ter Alegria, which earned her a host of nominations for the Latin Grammys.

In 2010 she took on a new challenge with a different project and joined up with the Trio Madeira Brasil to pay homage to the Bahian composer Roque Ferreira, collaborating on a CD of mixed rhythms and 13 new songs.

With her fifth album, Segunda Pele in 2012, Roberta toured both Brazil and Portugal, winning the prize for Best Female MPB Singer in the Prêmio da Música Brasileira (Music Awards).

This year, with her latest album, Roberta is on her way to London to enchant us with her MPB.

Where: Under the Bridge | London

Day/Time: 26 June at 7pm

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*MPB: Brazilian Popular Music


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