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COMING UP IN NOVEMBER
"THE SOUNDS OF CHORO IN THE CITY OF JAZZ" CHORO FESTIVAL

Hello Friends,

On November 5th - 7th, 2016, those who appreciate the genuine sound of Brazilian instrumental music will have the opportunity to enjoy the Second International Choro Festival in the City of New York. 

The Festival aims to promote and preserve the “Choro” – the oldest Brazilian musical style and part of Brazil's rich instrumental music tradition since the nineteenth century in all regions of the country.The festival brings together local and Brazilian musicians presenting traditional Choro and new compositions.


2016 Choro Festival Program is full of great attractions!

SATURDAY , NOVEMBER 5TH :2016: 7:30pm – 9:30pm 

Hunter College – Lang Hall

695 Park Ave,/68th  Street- New York – 10065


EARLY BIRD
$ 25 
 $ 35 & $ 45

LIMITED SEATING


All proceeds will go to BMF-USA.ORG


BMF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization

Fundraiser for the Brazilian Music Foundation, a non-profit organization

promoting Brazilian culture and music via educational and performance programs.




Program


Solo


Brendan Cowan/Guitar

 

Duo


 Luiz Simas/Piano & Marilynn Mair/Mandolin

 

Trio


Vitor Goncalves – Accordion/Pianist

Grant Ziolkowski – Mandolin

Jorge Continentino – Flute/Sax

 

Quartet


Laura Dreyer – Flute/Sax
Wesley Amorim – Seven string Guitar/Cavaquinho

Luiz Ebert – Pandeiro
Georgios
Tolis-Guitar

 

Sextet


Purchase Choro Band


Nora Spielman Guitar
Andrew Latona Guitar
Alex Hamburger Flute and Voice
Claude Gilbert Cello
Angel Lau Pandeiro
Jason
Wastor Tamborim
directed by João Luiz Rezende

 

Septet


BMF Choro Collective Band


Jorge Continentino – Flute/Sax
Vitor Goncalves – Accordion/Pianist
Laura Dreyer – Flute/Sax
Wesley Amorim – Seven string Guitar/Cavaquinho
Grant Ziolkowski – Mandolin
Luiz Ebert – Pandeiro
Georgios Tolis-Guitar

Special Guest: Vanessa Falabella-Vocal

 

Smal Choro Orchestra

 Everyone

over 18 musicians and 7 performances! 


SEE OUR FULL PROGRAM SCHEDULE ONLINE
 





 


 

MONDAY , NOVEMBER 7TH :2016: 7:30pm – 8:30pm

Kaufman Music School

Kaufman Center, 129 West 67 Street, NYC, 10023

Live Streaming: Jacare Choro –  performance + Instrumental Instructions

Direct from FU – Florida University ( Center for Latin American Studies )

Jacaré Choro (Faculty and students Instrumental ensemble at the School of Music, University of Florida) combines plucked strings (guitars and cavaquinho), winds (flute, trumpet, french horn, saxophone),
piano, and percussion (pandeiro).

The performance includes a brief introduction of each music

By Welson Tremura & Jacare Choro


The performance is of approximately 50 – 60 minutes.
Special showing at Kaufman School library as well as to youtube and

facebook (social media) and advertise it as a

special “Night of Choro” celebrating Brazil’s instrumental music.

 

Songs

Tico Tico no Fubá (Rodrigo) – piano

Brejeiro (Dr. Orr), piano
Escorregando (Dr. Orr), piano
Conversa de Irmãos (Dr. Lee & Salvador), trumpet and french horn
Sonoroso (Dr. Lee & Salvador), trumpet and french horn
Choro Negro (Vadim Arsky) – saxophone
Doce de Coco (Vadim Arsky – saxophone


FREE

ABOUT CHORO


The word choro in Portuguese literally means "to cry," which seems like an ironic name for music that is often so joyous and celebratory. Actually the term refers to the lilting or "weeping" qualities of the solo instrument, usually a flute or clarinet (Think of the way Benny Goodman could "wail").

Choro music is roots jazz from Brazil, and considered Brazil's first "urban pop" music. In this unique show you will experience a wide range of pieces by many of Brazil's important 20th century composers, including Pixinguinha, Jacob do Bandolim, Paulinho da Viola, Orlando Silveira, and many more.


The International Choro Festival in NYC aims to preserve and share the Choro (Crying), considered one of the oldest gender and rich instrumental music from Brazil. This style of music has been presented since the nineteenth century in all regions of the country.


These days, Choro is enjoying a renaissance not only in Brazil but around the world, and the wave of enthusiasm has definitely reached New York City, where the BMF is proud to host the International Choro Festival.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM 2015 CHORO FESTIVAL


VIDEO CLIP
See more details in our site!

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