Bio

Ana Luisa Ramos

Ana Luísa Ramos’ sophomore album “Amanheceu” earned her the 2021 MusicNL Jazz Artist of the Year award and a nomination for Global Artist of the Year in her current home province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.

Born in Ribeirão Preto, Brazil, Ana started singing as a child in Cia Minaz Children ´s Choir and had her debut with Orquestra Sinfônica de Ribeirão Preto presentation of “Gloria” by Vivaldi. She has also been featured in “The Magic Flute” (Mozart) as Queen of the Night, “La Traviata” (Verdi), “Il Pagliacci” (Leoncavallo), “Carmina Burana” (Carl Orff), as well as in the musicals “Hair” (McDermot) and "A Ópera do Malandro" (Chico Buarque) as Teresinha. Ana Luisa joined the São Paulo State Youth Choir in 2007 and, in 2009 was the winner of the Concurso Jovens Talentos (Young Talents Contest) in the Eleazar de Carvalho Music Festival.

For the last two decades, Ana has been working in the classical and popular fields and has performed in Europe, South, Central, and North America. She holds a Licentiate in Music Education and has studied singing in Brazil, Argentina, Austria, and Canada. Ana is performer as well as a singer-songwriter, vocal coach, and music curator. Throughout her career, she has recorded over 15 albums for different projects. In 2016 Ana released her first solo album, entitled "Um". Over the next few years, Ana focused on both her her solo career and her duo with Eric Taylor Escudero, Ana & Eric.  The duo released their debut self-titled EP through The Citadel House in November 2020. Since 2019 Ana has been living in St. John´s, Newfoundland and is also a Citadel House solo artist.  Her new album, “Amanheceu”, was released in September 2021.

The album is available on all music platforms as well as vinyl.