Having studied music (flute/voice) at the State University of Brasília (Federal District), Adriana Maciel moved to Rio de Janeiro in the mid-'80s, where she worked in several musicals by Oswaldo Montenegro, such as Os Menestréis (as a backing vocalist and in production and lighting) and Aldeia dos Ventos (as a musician and backing vocalist). In 1995, Maciel was invited by Moacyr Góes to co-write (with Sacha Amback) and perform in his play Abelardo e Heloísa. In 1997, Maciel started to do individual appearances in Brazil, followed by Germany (at the Summer Theater Festival, Hamburg). In the same year, she had her first CD released (having had "Grama Verde," by Vítor Ramil/André Gomes included in a nationwide soap opera) and with Lenine, participated in the Seis e Meia project.
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