Cyrille Amiee & Diego Figueiredo

Cyrille Aimee

Cyrille Aimee grew up in the French town of Samois-sur-Seine, in Fontainebleau, France.[4] Her father is French and her mother is from the Dominican Republic. She won the Montreux Jazz Festival Competition in 2007 was a finalist in the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition in 2010, and won the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Competition in 2012. Her 2019 album Move On featured cover versions of songs by Stephen Sondheim. The album received praise from Sondheim himself, and one of its songs, “Marry Me a Little”, was nominated for a Grammy Award.

Diego Figueiredo

Brazilian guitarist Diego Figueiredo (pronounced “fig-a-ray-doe”) lives in, with, and for the music. Some people are simply meant to be musicians. Diego is one. He was born in 1980 in Franca, São Paulo State, and began playing music at four years old. By the age of twelve he had already attracted a local following, and when he was fifteen, he was drawing huge crowds around Brazil.
Diego and Cyrille Aimée toured heavily together from 2011 – 2015. Each artist has guested many times on each other’s albums, culminating in Cyrille’s 2019 Sondheim inspired album, “Move On”, which earned each of them a Grammy Nomination for “Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals”.