He was a founding member of the Lisbon Jazz Sextet with Tomás Pimentel, Jorge Reis, Mário Laginha, Mário Barreiros and Pedro Barreiros, with whom he recorded the album “Ao Encontro” He was part of the Trio by Carlos Bica, with whom he later toured in Germany with the singer Maria João, with the Jazz Orchestra of the Hot Clube de Portugal played and recorded an album with Benny Golson, Curtis Fuller, Greg Bandy and Perico Sanbeat as guests. He was part of the orchestra “Sons do Mundo” by Laurent Filipe, with which he recorded the album “Ad lib (itum)”. With the Septet of Tomás Pimentel (João Paulo Esteves da Silva, Alexandre Frazão, Mário Franco, António Pinto, Jorge Reis) he played and recorded the album “Descolagem”. He was, with José Nogueira, José Menezes and José Francisco, founder of the Porto Saxophones ceiling. He played and recorded with several musicians including Zeca Afonso, José Mário Branco, Júlio Pereira, Sérgio Godinho, Vitorino, António Chainho, Carlos do Carmo, Pedro Abrunhosa “Bandemónio” and “Committee Caviar”, Paulo Gonzo, Rui Veloso, Mafalda Veiga, Lena d’Água, Jorge Palma, Né Ladeiras, Rita Guerra, Carlos Mendes, Paulo de Carvalho, Fernando Tordo, Luís Cília, Fausto Bordalo Dias, Trovante, GNR, Heroes of the Sea, Taxi, Tito Paris, Bana, Fantcha, Waldemar Bastos , Filipe Mukenga, Cesária Évora, Vinicius de Canterbury, Caetano Veloso, Lenine, Zeca Baleiro, Maceo Parker, Hornheads (Prince & NPGeneration) & Ricky Peterson.
Edgar Caramelo maintains his activity as a freelancer in the studio (already exceeding hundred and a half of phonographic records) and live, performs in Big Band, with his Quartet, in duet with Luís Barrigas, is part of the Lisbon Jazz Sextet, André Gago & Beat Hotel Band and the Septeto of Tomás Pimentel.