There are (at least) three artists with this name: 1 - Jacinta - a Portuguese jazz singer 2 - Jacinta - a Jewish folk and tango singer from Argentina 3 - Jacinta - an Australian dance-style singer 1 - Jacinta is a Portuguese jazz singer who has already won several awards. She moved to New York in 1997 to study in the Manhattan School of Music where she got a scholarship fund for her masters study in vocal jazz. She participated in workshops in New York with sounding names like Maria Schneider, Ed Neumeister, Mark Murphy, Dave Holland and Annie Ross. She carried on her studies of improvisation with Chris Rosenberg of the Ornette Coleman, and stylistic interpretation with Peter Eldridge of the New York Voices. 2 - Jacinta is a celebrated Jewish folk and tango singer from Argentina, nowadays living in France. Jacinta was born in Buenos Aires and studied the guitar. She moved to Paris in 1978 and sang Judaeo-Spanish romances in the show ‘Chant profond Juif’ at the Festival d’Avignon. She is an author and a composer, and as a comedienne she has played in Dibouk and Mortadela by Alfredo Arias. She sings and teaches Yiddish, Sephardic, and Argentine repertoire and also her own compositions in Spanish and French. Her voice can be heard in many films and on television as well as CDs. She has presented shows in Paris and toured France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Spain, Finland, Canada and Argentina. Her best known albums are: "Tango Mi Corazon (Argentina)", "Autres Chansons Yiddish" and "Morenica". 3 - Jacinta is a singer from Australia, she released her third single "Can't Keep It a Secret" in 2007. Jacinta's performances of this new single at Winter Music Conference in March, found DJ Ron of DanceMusic.About.com predicting that this uplifting song would be a summer Pride Anthem and one week after club airplay began, it was number one on the Billboard Breakouts chart (basically the 'bubbling under') of the Billboard Hot Dance/Club Play chart; peaking at seventh on the main chart. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.