Teresinha Landeiro(N. 6 March, 1996)
Teresinha Landeiro wants to make a strong mark on her fado.
When she was 12 years old, she received, from a friend of her mother, a very special birthday present: a trip to a fado restaurant. It was from that moment that Teresinha fell in love with Fado and singing in Portuguese.
From that love, "Namoro" (Sony) was born, Teresinha's debut album, released in 2018 and produced by Pedro de Castro, her mentor. Of the eleven tracks, Teresinha recreates unavoidable themes, such as "Noite de Santo António" and signs some of the poems. This taste for writing was, according to her, the way she found to sing poems that were appropriate for her young age.
Previously, she had already collaborated on the album "Urbanas - live in studio", produced by Diogo Clemente, which featured names such as Carolina, Maria Emília Reis, Sara Correia, Tânia Oleiro and Vanessa Alves.
It is still "Mesa de Frades" (Alfama, Lisbon) the place where she presents herself weekly and continues as a starting point for building an enviable curriculum despite being very young. The Centro Cultural de Belém and Capitólio (Lisbon) as well as Casa da Música (Porto) have hosted the young fado singer and composer, as well as events such as Festival Caixa Alfama, EDP Fado Cafe NOS Alive and even the internationalization of the Fado Festival in Bogotá (Colombia), Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Seville (Spain).
In 2021, three years after her first album, Teresinha presents her new album, "Agora" (Sony), which includes music written by Teresinha Landeiro herself, revealing a young, ambitious and light fado, just like the singer's own personality. On this record, the fado singer reveals maturity and respect for Fado, fusing it with other musical genres without ever distorting its true essence.