At the forefront of Los Angeles’ current wave of Brazilian music and becoming a significant voice in Brazilian music is Rio de Janeiro-born, Los Angeles-based Bianca Rossini, renowned for her sensuous performances of Bossa Nova, Samba and Bolero.

Her multi-faceted career includes feature film and television acting roles opposite stars including James Spader, Hector Elizondo, Richard Dreyfuss, Christian Slater, Dick Van Dyke and Dom DeLuise. Bianca also appeared in movies “Moon Over Parador,” “The Fast One,” “Brainiacs,” “Mobsters,” and “Bad Influence.” Bianca Rossini has composed music for TV series “The Sentinel” and “Chicago Hope.” She produced and hosted more than 100 episodes for weekly Los Angeles TV talk show, “The Bianca Rossini Show.” Bianca has authored three books: “Love in Black and White” with photographs by Michael Kenna, Bilingual Edition (English/Portuguese) “A Brazilian Heart – Rubies, Murder Love and Other Poems,” and “Julia – Confessions of a Brazilian Super Model.” Bianca cites Vinicius de Moraes, Tom Jobim, Dorival Caymmi and Maysa as her musical influences. Bianca’s CD “Meu Amor” follows her internationally acclaimed “Kiss of Brasil” original Bossa Nova album.

2011 Kiss of Brazil (Apaixonada Music)

2012 Meu Amor (Apaixonada Music)