How much is Dulce Pontes worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Dulce Pontes? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Dulce Pontes's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Dulce Jose da Silva Pontes (Montijo, April 8, 1969) is a Portuguese fado singer and composer. \n She is defined as an artist of world music. Compose some of the songs he sings. His artistic activity contributed to the revival of fado in the nineties of the last century. Pontes is distinguished by his versatile, dramatic voice and emotional warmth. She is considered one of the best artists in the Portuguese music scene. \n He has performed in famous venues such as Carnegie Hall and with artists such as Ennio Morricone, Giorgos Dalaras, Andrea Bocelli and Jos\u00e9 Carreras. \n \n\nDulce_Pontes's Biography \n As a child she studied music at the Lisbon Conservatory where she learned to play the piano. He studied Contemporary Dance between seven and seventeen years of age. In 1988 she was selected to perform in the Musical Comedy Enfim s\u00f3s followed by Quem tramou or Comendador, at the Teatro Maria Matos, as an actress, singer and dancer. In 1990 she was invited to be part of the Licen\u00e7a show to play at the Estoril Casino. It gained popularity among the Portuguese public through the television program Regresso ao passado. In 1991 he won the RTP Festival of Song and represented Portugal in the Eurovision Song Contest, where he sang "Lusitana Paix\u00e3o". It reached the eighth place among the twenty-two participating countries, one of the best Portuguese scores in this contest. \n In 1992 he recorded his first album, Lusitana. It contained mostly pop songs, which I would soon surpass. \n At that time I was already a reputed fado player. He proved it in 1993, on his second album, L\u00e1grimas. He cultivated a heterodox fado: mixing it with modern rhythms and instruments, seeking new expressive musical forms. It enriched the Iberian rhythms with sounds and motifs inspired by the Arab and Balkan tradition, mainly Bulgarian. His version of "Povo Que Lavas No Rio" was anything but classic. But L\u00e1grimas also had traditional music, classic fados recorded live, in studio and sung rigorously with all the canonical demands. These were the themes ("Tear" and "Estranha Form of Life") that gave her the name of "successor and herder of Am\u00e1lia Rodrigues". But the biggest success of L\u00e1grimas was another classic, "Can\u00e7\u00e3o do Mar", which in Brazil, was used as the opening theme of an adaptation of the novel As Pupilas do Senhor Reitor, by J\u00falio Dinis, in a soap opera. Performed by Dulce, this song was one of the greatest hits of the Portuguese song as always (paradoxically in this version of "Can\u00e7\u00e3o do Mar" you can hear Arabic influences), being probably the best known Portuguese song outside of Portugal, played until today by several artists (the most recent Sarah Brightman, who made "Can\u00e7\u00e3o do Mar" the main single from her album titled Harem). "Can\u00e7\u00e3o do Mar" performed by Dulce is also part of the soundtrack of the American film The Two Faces of Truth (English title - Primal Fear), starring Richard Gere and Edward Norton. \n In 1995, Dulce released the album A brisa do cora\u00e7\u00e3o, an album recorded live during a concert that took place at the Oporto Coliseum on May 6 of that year. The next album, Caminhos, was released in 1996. Caminhos contained classic tracks such as "Fado Portugu\u00eas", "Gaivota" and "M\u00e3e Preta", performed with great prowess, as well as original compositions. The review considered the record more mature and better than L\u00e1grimas. The arrangements were more harmonious and less radical. This record consolidated the position of Dulce Pontes as a great singer, but also implied that she would never be just a fadist. Dulce was interested in being a versatile, heterogeneous artist, who does not hesitate to cross the borders of several musical genres. \n The album O Primeiro Canto was released in 1999. Critics considered it the best, and also the most ambitious and difficult in Dulce's career. In this album Dulce confirms that she is seriously interested in being an artist of world music. In O Primeiro Canto, Dulce introduces elements of jazz (the album has the collaboration of Maria Jo\u00e3o) and opts for acoustic sonority. It gives a new life to old musical traditions of the Iberian Peninsula, (getting to interpret a song in Mirand\u00e9s) and rediscovers melodies and instruments already forgotten. \n A special edition of this album came out with three additional tracks: a Spanish version of "P\u00e1tio dos Amores", the famous tango of the unforgettable Astor Piazzolla "Balada para un Loco", and a song composed by Dulce, "A minha barquinha ". \n In 2002 the album Best of was released. \n The year 2003 brought a great novelty and the artistic life of Dulce Pontes took a great turn. Focus went on sale, fruit of Dulce's collaboration with Maestro Ennio Morricone. Dulce sang some of the composer's classics, but the album also contains original compositions, created by the Maestro especially for the voice of Dulce. The main objective of this album was to consecrate a great voice. Recorded in Italy and intended for both Portuguese and international audiences, Focus contains songs sung in Portuguese, English, Spanish and Italian. \n The album O Cora\u00e7\u00e3o Tem Tr\u00eas Portas was released in 2006 and was presented at the recent Elvas Coliseum. Produced entirely by Dulce, it is composed of 2 CDs and a DVD. 145 minutes of music where Truth, Love and Dream go hand in hand with what Dulce considers to be the center of Portuguese music: the Fado, Folklore \/ Portuguese Popular Music and Medieval-inspired Galaico-Portuguese music versus Fado de Coimbra. Totally acoustic, it was recorded live on five continents, in the Church of Santa Maria de \u00d3bidos and in the Convent of Christ of Tomar. The DVD includes a concert recorded in Istanbul and the making of the recordings made in the monuments. \n Dulce Pontes, in collaboration with Jos\u00e9 Carreras, starred in the official opening of the election of the New 7 Wonders of the World with the theme "One World" (We are one), of his authorship, for the greatest television broadcast of the history. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Dulce Pontes\n\nThe Dulce Pontes's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.