Picture by Angelo Bonini


With a deep and versatile voice, Jamile self-released her first album in 2019 entitled 'If You Could See Me Now', featuring the stellar musicians Steve Wilson, Ray Gallon, Jay Leonhart, Vito Lesczak and Antonio Ciacca. Originally from Brazil, she has been a working vocalist at several venues and has had the opportunity to be featured as a main soloist on the show ‘Eu Sou Maria (Nativitaten)’, the largest outdoor Christmas project in the world, for an audience of 500,000 people throughout the season. ​

Currently based in New York City, she has had the opportunity to perform at Birdland Theater, Mezzrow, Minton's Playhouse, Smalls Jazz Club, and at Jazz At Lincoln Center, as well as several other venues throughout the city. Jamile has also received high praise for her performances at the La Spezia Jazz Festival in Italy and her album release tour in Mexico City. She is also a part of the project 'Don't Let Go', led by Grammy nominated Mike Holober. Jamile captivates audiences with her unique phrasing and heartfelt tone influenced by the vocal jazz tradition united with her unique Brazilian roots.



"The title track to the album was delivered with a gentle lilt and a 1940s feel, a tribute to Sarah Vaughan both from the admiring Jamile and Tadd Dameron who wrote the music. [...] The whole album sounds sharp, confident, and professional."


- Martin McFie, All About Jazz