Ivy Lemos & Tiago Lageira

Ivy Lemos, singer born in Brazil which apart from vocals also plays traditional percussion instruments such as Berimbau and Pandeiro. Ivy plays along Tiago Lageira - a new emerging European talent, this fresh graduate jazz guitarist at the Conservatory in Tilburg. Finalist of the Erasmus Jazz Prize ' 17 (Coolhaven Quintet), Bergen Op Zoom Jazz Award "17 and the Cantina Music Award 2017. Together they play Latin Music like Boleros, Sambas, Choros, Bossa Novas and latin jazz improvisations.

Ivy Lemos & Bart Lubking

Ivy Lemos and Bart Lubking met in Codarts Rotterdam and they perform different arrangements of Brazilian Bossa Nova and Jazz Standards. Numbers as Garota de Ipanema (The girl from Ipanema), Chega de Saudade (No more blues), Águas de março (Waters of march), Samba de uma nota só (One note samba) and Corcovado (Quiet nights of quiet stars) are in their repertoire. Bossa Nova is the name of a Brazilian music style originated in the 50's in Rio de Janeiro derived from samba and deeply influenced by Jazz. It became one of the most influencial movements in Brazilian music history with Tom Jobim, Vinicius de Morais and João Gilberto as its most important artists.

Ivy Lemos & Ingmar Sterke

Ivy Lemos and Ingmar sterke met at the Conservatory of Rotterdam and they both share their love for the choro and samba music and they are strongly influenced by  great Brazilian composers as Cartola, Candeia, Pixinguinha, Jacob do Bandolim, Vinicius de Moraes, Baden Powell, Chico Buarque and Hamilton de Holanda. In 2015 they decided to put this project together for this beautiful music of Brazil.

Ivy Lemos Latin Jazz Quartet

Latin Jazz Quartet is formed by Ivy Lemos, Armand van Wijck, Tiago Lageira and Hajime Suzuki and is dedicated to latin Jazz, specially Bossa-Nova.

London School of Samba

A collaboration work with the Samba School based in London. Ivy is a member of the school and also part of the Composer's department and support singer.


Forrolanda is a group formed by Ivy Lemos (Brazil), Gustavo Pinho (Brazil) and João Bittencourt (Brazil) who play and compose Brazilian regional music such as forró, xote, baião, xaxado, samba, arrastapé, among other rhythms. They met in Rotterdam and are all united by a passion for the music of northeast and southeast of Brazil.