In 1955, she began her professional career by performing in the vaudeville Gente de bem and champanhota at Rio de Janeiro’s Follies Theatre. She also recorded a 78-rpm for the Odeon label that included Amendoim trradinho (Henrique Belltrao), Desejo (Garoto Vasconcelos, Jose Vasconcelos, and Luiz Claudio). Another 78 rpm was released with Menina, Carlos Lyra and Foi A noite (Tom Jobim u0026 Newton Mendonca), which is considered one of the pioneers of bossa Nova. Candinho and Dolores Duran presented Musica e romance, a program broadcast by TV Rio. Guests included Johnny Alf and Garoto, as well as Dolores Duran and Tom Jobim. She released her first album Caricia in 1957. It included Chove la Fora (Tito Madi), Setos fossem Iguais A Voce (Tom Jobim, Vinicius De Moraes), and Cancao da Volta (Ismael neto and Antonio Maria). She appeared at Rio de Janeiro’s Hebraico Group University in 1958. It was a show that re-united Carlos Lyra, Roberto Menescal and other musicians all involved with bossa Nova. She recorded Silvia the following year. It contained the excellent track Estrada do sol (Tom Jobim, Dolores Duran), and Magoa(Tito Madi). She also released Amor de gente Moca in 1959, which included the Tom Jobim songs: So em teus bracos; A felicidade (with Vinicius de moraes), Selm voce and O que tinha de ser. This album featured fine orchestral accompaniment and established her career as a professional singer. She went to America in 1961 and recorded Silvia Telles USA. It contained the great songs Cancao que morre no Ar (Carlos Lyra, Ronaldo Boscoli), and Manha de Carnaval, (Luis Bonfa, and Antonio Maria). Her discography includes the albums SilviaTelles: amor, balanco and balada (Philips), Bossa. Corcovado (Tom Jobim), Se e tarde me perdoa(Carlos Lyra, Ronaldo Boscoli), Amor e paz [Tom Jobim u0026 Vinicius de Moaes], Insensatez (“Tom Jobim u0026 Vinicius de Moaes”), Voce (Roberto Menescal) Balanco zona sul (“Tito Madi), and Preciso aprender a] and Paulo Sergio Valle), and Aloisio de Oliveio de Oliveira) and Aloisio de Oliveio de e de voce (Tom Jobim) and Aloisio de Oliveio de Oliveio de Oliveio deo deo deo deo de Oliveio de oliveio de aloisio de Oliveio de e de a and Aloisio de e de voce de a de a de a de e de a de e de a de e de a de Oliveio de e de Oliveio de Oliveio de Oliveio de Oliveio de Oliveio de Oliveio de Oliveio de Oliveira), respectively. She was part of the 1964 show O remedio e bossa at the Paramount Theatre in Sao Paulo, with Tom Jobim and Os Cariocas, Alaide Coast, and Carlinhos Lyra. She last appeared on stage in 1966 with Edu Lobo in Germany. Text contributed by users is available under Creative Commons By–SA License. It may also be available under GNU FDL.