CAMIRANGA - [From tupi] Masculine noun; red-headed vulture. The group's name refers to the work of Tom Jobim who dedicated an album to such "wind-master vulture". Like all vultures, the camiranga alludes to sustainability, for when feeding, it acts in the local environment clean-up, renewing the scent of the air and recycling corpses. The group CAMIRANGA arises from the desire to write songs with artistic refinement without loosing the popular drive. Their intention is to popularize modern harmonic and melodic concepts, melting them in rhythms, languages and traditional accents. Bringing value to the Brazilian culture but with attentive look to the world. Music to listen to, to sing and to dance too.