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Her performing career began in Brazil at age seventeen, with Brazilian singer-songwriter Toquinho and touring with the poet Vinicius de Moraes.
In 1981, she moved to New York City where she attended The Juilliard School of Music.
She came to America and played with Steps Ahead, and later married trumpeter Randy Brecker.
She has released many great albums of jazz music and Brazilian songs.
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-.50Bad Suns with Hunny, June 12, Record Bar. .50-5Halfway to Winfield with Split Lip Rayfield, Loaded Goat, Konza Swamp Band and more, March 18, Knuckleheads. Throughout her career, Eliane Elias has delivered a steady stream of sophisticated, smartly conceived albums showcasing her adroit piano skills and delicate vocal style.Her 2015 effort, Made in Brasil, is no exception and finds her celebrating her Brazilian heritage with a handful of adeptly produced Bossa Nova and jazz songs.In 2001, Calle 54, a documentary by Oscar-winning Spanish director Fernando Trueba, featured Elias performing "Samba Triste" and also received a Grammy nomination for Best Latin Jazz Album. Elias' Around the City was released on RCA Victor in August 2006. In September 2011, her song "What About the Heart (Bate Bate)" was nominated for a Latin Grammy in the category of Best Brazilian Song. In 2002, she recorded The Lost Days with Denyce Graves, arranging two Brazilian classical pieces and wrote an original composition especially for Graves entitled "Haabia Tupi". She returned to Blue Note/EMI in 2007 with Something for You, which won Best Vocal Album of the Year and the Gold Disc Award in Japan. In 2012, she collaborated with bassist Marc Johnson on the album Swept Away, the Editor's and Critic's choice in 2012 Downbeat and Jazztimes magazines respectively. -The Chainsmokers with Kiiara, May 17, Sprint Center.