Roberta Sá is a multi-Latin Grammy nominated Brazilian singer acclaimed by fans and critics as one of the best Brazilian singers of her generation performing traditional Brazilian rhythms with a soft contemporary touch. In the past 12 years, Roberta released a total of seven CDs and two DVD and sold around 450.000 copies. She released her debut album "Braseiro" in 2014 featuring collaborations with Brazilian legends Ney Matogrosso, MPB-4 and Pedro Luis. Roberta describes this starting point of her career as “a love declaration to Brazilian music. It's an album of emotional musical memories. My professional training began there through the contact with fabulous musicians and artists”.
In 2008 she was nominated for the Latin Grammy Award for New Artist of the Year and Best Brazilian Popular Music Album with her second album “Que Belo Estranho Dia Pra Se Ter Alegria”. The album sold more than 50,000 copies and won two awards from the APCA prize (Paulista Association of Arts Critics) for Best Singer and Best Album. She performed at Rock in Rio Festival in 2013 and 2015. In 2015 Roberta released her last studio recording album ‘Delirio’ with guests as legendary Brazilian artist Chico Buarque, Martinho da Vila, the Portuguese singer Antonio Zambujo. The album was nominated for a Latin Grammy that year. In 2016 Roberta performed sold out shows in Madrid, England, Amsterdam, Lisbon and Paris. The same year she performed at the closing Ceremony of the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games at the legendary Maracanã Stadium, singing a classic hit from Carmen Miranda in front of the all world.
In 2018, Roberta Sá will release a new album composed and recorded in partnership with Gilberto Gil.