It has always been a musical environment. Carol Saboya, the composer Antônio Adolfo's daughter, was raised surrounded by inspired chords, scribbled scores and songs being born: The art in its full creation process.
When she was eight, she had her voice recorded for the first time along with Miéle for the compact disc A menina e a TV. When she was still a little girl, she took part as a vocalist in albums of Erasmo Carlos and Ângela Ro Ro. She also took part in the historical musical presentation Verde que te quero ver and infantile soundtracks.
She spent three years studying singing in the United States, taking part in Sérgio Mendes' Brasileiro CD. After returning to Brazil, she made a recording with the North American pianist Joyce Collins and participated in a tribute to Aldir Blanc, who was moved to listen to Carol featuring the song Carta de pedra at Canecão. The girl with that sweet voice and impeccable tuning started getting the media's attention.
Carol's expected solo work came in 1998. Dança da voz, produced by Almir Chediak, awarded Carol the 1998's as new vocalist by Prêmio Sharp. On the following year, she jumped into Tom Jobim's work and recorded the album Janelas abertas, accompanied by Nelson Faria's guitar.
In 2000, it is time to make a collective unconscious visit with the cinematographic repertoire of Sessão Passatempo. In the same year, she featured Imaginária by Suely Mesquita and Mário Sève in the Brazilian Music Festival (Festival da Música Brasileira) promoted by 'TV Globo'.