Miriam Aïda

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Miriam Aïda, born 24 September 1974, is a Swedish jazz singer.[1]

Aïda is one of Sweden's most popular jazz singers[citation needed]. She has toured internationally, performing at the Blue Note in Tokyo, in London, Paris, Istanbul, Moscow, Helsinki, Oslo, Palermo, Berlin and across Sweden. She has appeared on Swedish national television.

Aïda's music draws influence from many musical traditions, including Latin American, and she attained success with a Brazilian music-inspired album Meu Brasil. She performs with her partner, saxophonist Fredrik Kronkvist, and has since her 2002 debut released five albums with Kronkvist and the Jan Lundgren Trio.

She lives in Malmö, where she manages a jazz club named Monk.

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