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style="text-align:center; font-size:1.4em; line-height:1.3em; background:Template:Infobox Musical artist/color;" colspan="2" | Sara Tavares
Genre(s) Pop, Kizomba, Pop rock
Years active 1994–present
Label(s) World Connection

Sara Tavares (born 1978) is a Portuguese singer, composer and guitarist. She is of Cape Verdean descent and grew up in Portugal. She composes African influenced world music.

Tavares won the 1993/1994 final of the Endemol song contest Chuva de Estrelas (performing Whitney Houston's "One Moment in Time"), which helped her win the Portuguese Television Song Contest final in 1994, consequently earning a place the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest, with the song "Chamar a Música". In 2006 she made a TV advertising for the bank Millennium BCP.

She's known for singing the European-Portuguese version of "God Help the Outcasts" for the Disney movie "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," which won a Disney award for the best translation without the original.


  • 1994 Chamar a Música
  • 1996 Sara Tavares & Shout (EP)
  • 1999 Mi Ma Bô
  • 2006 Balancê
  • 2008 Alive! in Lisboa

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