Artist Biography Available in: Ana Caram (born October 1, 1958) is a Brazilian singer, guitarist and flutist best known for her bossa nova music. Caram was born in São Paulo to a family versed in musical expression. She graduated from São Paulo University with a degree in musical composition and conducting. A protégé of Antonio Carlos Jobim, the primary developer of the bossa nova style, Caram's own is a blend of Brazilian Bossa nova and American Jazz. Her voice elicits comparison with that of Astrud Gilberto.
In 1996, Caram contributed "Water to Drink" to the AIDS-Benefit Album Red Hot + Rio produced by the Red Hot Organization.
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