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Eliane Elias

Throughout her distinguished career, having recorded more than 26 albums as a leader, the multi-GRAMMY®-winning pianist/singer/songwriter Eliane Elias has consistently displayed her distinctive and immediately recognizable musical style, which blends her Brazilian roots and sensuous, alluring voice with her virtuosic instrumental jazz, classical and compositional skills.

As a testament to her immense talent, Elias has sold over 2.2 million albums during the span of her career and has over 30 million digital streams on Spotify alone, but she is not resting on her laurels. Elias is releasing a new Orchestral album in September 2019 (still untitled as of this writing), where once again, her mastery and artistry as a vocalist, pianist, composer, arranger and producer are in full display. Recorded in Brazil and at Abbey Road Studios in London, expect another sumptuous musical treat featuring some alluring Brazilian classics, heartfelt originals and a nod to one of her favorites, Frank Sinatra. Says Eliane, “I am very proud of this album and feel it’s one of the most romantic sets of music I’ve ever produced”.

Elias followed up the 2017 Latin GRAMMY®-winning album, Dance of Time with the all-instrumental Music from Man of La Mancha, released on April 13, 2018 and debuting again at#1 on the Billboard Jazz Chart and on iTunes in several countries. The album features nine individualized interpretations of songs composed by the late Mitch Leigh for the legendary 1960s Broadway musical Man of La Mancha.

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Love Stories

Concord Jazz
2019

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Music from Man Of La...

Concord Music Group
2018

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Dance of Time

Concord Music Group
2017

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Made In Brazil

Concord Music Group
2015

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I Thought About You:...

Concord Music Group
2013

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Swept Away

ECM Records
2012

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