Paula Morelenbaum

Paula Morelenbaum

 Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, BRA

Paula Morelenbaum is the Grand Dame of Bossa Nova. Her new Album Telecoteco is a contemporary reinterpretation, with electronic indfluences, celebrating the 50ies anniversary of Bossa Nova. Next to classical instruments, drum maschines and scratches are used, but the connection to Bossa never breaks


Paula Morelenbaum, the Grand Dame of Bossa Nova, achieved icon status after touring the world with Antonio Carlos Jobim´s band, the legendary Querteto Jobim-Morelenbaum and as part the trio Morelenbaum2/ Sakamoto. She has been celebrated in the greatest concert halls and jazz clubs in the world, among them Carnegie Hall.
Her current album “Telecoteco” pays homage to Bossa Nova´s 50´s birthday, but serves up a contemporary reinterpretation with electronic sounds and extraordinary arrangements. The Latin Grammy nominated “Telecoteco” has it´s German release in April 2010. Paula Morelenbaum will be touring Europe in autumn 2010.


- Bossarenova, (Skip Records) 2009, SWR Ralf Schmidt & Paula Morelenbaum
- Telecoteco (Mirante/ Music Air/ Universal Music/ Farol Musica) 2008, Paula Morelenbaum
- Berimbaum (Mirante/ Farol Musica/ Universal Music) 2004, Paula Morelenbaum
- A Day in New York (Kab/ Universal Music/ Sonic Classical) 2003, Paula Morelenbaum, Jaques Morelenbaum, Ryuichi Sakamoto
- Live in Tokyo 2001 (Warner Music Japan) 2001, Paula Morelenbaum, Jaques Morelenbaum, Ryuichi Sakamoto
- Casa ( Kab/ Universal Music) 2001 , Paula Morelenbaum, Jaques Morelenbaum, Ryuichi Sakamoto
- Céu da Boca (Universal Music) 2000, Group Céu da Boca Colecao
- Quartetto Jobim – Morelenbaum
- Paula Morelenbaum (Indipendente/ Camerati) 1992, Paula Morelenbaum
- Familia Jobim and Nova Banda ( MoviePlay/ Som Livre) 1991
- Baratotal (Polygram) 1982
- Céu da Boca (Polygram) 1981, Grupo Céu da Boca