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 NOVEMBER 2017 NEWSLETTER - ARTS & CULTURE
MUSIC
Eliane Elias
From Bill Evans to Brazil
NOV 3 - 4 @ 8:00 PM
Jazz at Lincoln Center – Rose Theater

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VISUAL ARTS
Exhibition of historic works by Alfredo Volpi
NOV 3 -  DEC 22 
Gladstone Gallery

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MUSIC
LatiNew Music Series presents: Alexa Bomtempo  
NOV 9 @ 7:15 PM 
Symphony Space

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Also this month
VISUAL ARTS
Exhibition "Land Marks" with works by Liene Bosquê
NOV 2 – NOV 29
Opening: NOV 2 @ 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
The Cluster Gallery 
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MUSIC
Vinicius Cantuaria Quintet 
NOV 3 - 5 @ 7:30 PM & 9:30 PM
Dizzy Club Coca Cola


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VISUAL ARTS
Collective Exhibition “Fragmento, In-Process
NOV 3 – DEC 8
Opening: NOV 3 @ 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

B[x] Gallery
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MUSIC
Rogerio Souza, Tiago do Bandolim and Billy Newman
NOV 5 @ 4:00 PM & 6:00 PM
Jazz Forum Arts (Tarrytown)  

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LITERATURE
Brazil Reads Brasil  - Evoé Collective Reads Brazilian Plays
November 6 @ 6:30 PM
Martin E. Segal Theater Center
MUSIC
Helio Alves Trio   
NOV 10
Jazz at Kitano  


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THEATER
Group.BR 6th Anniversary – Pão de Queijo Brunch
NOV 12 @ 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
34 N 7th Street #3W / Brooklyn

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VISUAL ARTS
Collective exhibition “Theory of Inevitable Convergence”
NOV 16 - DEC 22
Opening: NOV  15 @ 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Nara Roesler Gallery
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MUSIC
Fleurine and Boys from Brazil   
NOV 2 @ 8:30 PM
Zinc Bar NY  


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MUSIC
Brazil Afora - Alex Kautz Trio and John Ellis & Magos Herrera  
NOV 4 @ 7:00 PM
National Sawdust

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MUSIC
Asaran Earth Trio, CD Release Tour
NOV 5 @ 6:30 PM  
Arts on Site
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MUSIC
Denise Reis 
NOV 9 @ 6:00 PM 
Birdland  Jazz Club  


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EDUCATION
Encontro da Rede PUB - NY   
NOV 9 @ 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
CLACS – NYU 


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MUSIC
III International Choro Festival Promoted by BMF
NOV 9 - 12
Opening Concert:  NOV 10 @ 8:00 PM 

Multiple locations
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VISUAL ARTS
Exhibition "Mirror’s Inhabitants" by Fernanda Mello
NOV 16 - JAN 7
Opening: NOV 15 @ 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

BRIC House Hallway
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MUSIC
Duduka Da Fonseca & Samba Jazz Fantasia 
NOV 17 - 18
Jazz at Kitano  

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Ongoing Events
VISUAL ARTS
Exhibition  "José Leonilson: Empty Man"
SEP 27  – FEB 4
America’s Society

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VISUAL ARTS
Exhibition “Delirious: Art and the Limits of Reason – 1950-1980”
Through JAN 14 
Met Breuer  

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VISUAL ARTS 
Exhibition With Works by São Paulo Based Group Ruptura 
SEP 6 - NOV 4
Espasso Annex  

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FUNDRAISING
Brazil Foundation’s crowdfunding campaign “Abrace o Brasil” helps funding 100 social projects in Brazil, in various areas, including culture.  
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LITERATURE
“Prêmio Literário Brasileiro para Jovens Talentos” promoted by  Brazilian Endowment for the Arts (BEA).
Submissions deadline: NOV 30
 

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Upcoming Events
THEATER
Clarice’s Hour, a celebration of Clarice’s Birthday by Group.BR
DEC 10 @ 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM 
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MUSIC
OBACH (Orquestra de Brasília) honors José Maurício Nunes Garcia 
DEC 12 - 13  
Dimenna Center  
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VISUAL ARTS
Exhibition  “Tarsila do Amaral: Inventing Modern Art in Brazil”
FEB 11 – JUN 3, 2018
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
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Organizing for Action


A few minutes ago, Congressional leaders finally showed the American people their tax bill -- the one they were supposed to show us yesterday, and have been talking about behind closed doors for months.

So why the delay?

They've been afraid to show us what's inside ... and now, we know why.

We already knew this plan would cut taxes for rich people and corporations, and that's still true. But to pay for these unnecessary cuts, the money has to come from somewhere -- and Congress and the White House want it to come from hardworking middle-class families.

We can't let that happen. It's on all of us to call our representatives, right now, and demand a better tax plan.

Here's how this plan could affect you:
  1. If you're one of the millions of Americans who count on Medicaid, Medicare, and other middle-class programs ... this plan sets the stage for draconian cuts down the road, by adding $1.5 trillion to our deficit over the next decade.

  2. If you claim certain deductions on your federal taxes because you are paying off student loans, or because you've incurred medical expenses, or because you pay your fair share in state income taxes ... this plan will take away your right to claim them.

  3. If you're looking to buy a house ... a new cap would be placed on how much mortgage interest you'd be able to deduct.

  4. If you get a tax credit because you're retired on disability, or because you have adopted children... those vanish under this bill.
These moves aren't "closing loopholes," as Congressional leaders have claimed.

They're hurting millions of Americans, all so they can give tax breaks to huge corporations that don't need them. And, allow families worth more than $5 million to not pay a dollar of taxes on their estates.

This is what a bad process leads to: an equally bad bill. We shouldn't be surprised -- but it's up to us to make sure this doesn't go a step further.

Call your representative now to demand a better tax plan:

Make the call




Saumya Narechania
National Issues Campaign Manager
Organizing for Action




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BOSSA MAGAZINE | NOVEMBER 2017   EDITION#5


Dear friends,

I am proud  to share with you the 5th edition of the "BOSSA MAGAZINE", the first and only Brazilian Art and Music online magazine in New York City. The magazine has been captivating hundreds of thousands of people in New York City and surrounding areas since its launching in July 2017.

With each passing day the magazine becomes more interesting. I have received emails from people from everywhere interested in advertising  their work at Bossa Magazine; the questions they ask are the same questions I hope to answer here.

Bossa Magazine can be a very important vehicle for Brazilian art and  music in the world. Circulation is possible because it is in English and based out of New York, a city that the world’s eye is always on.  Our mission as publisher is to educate  the public about Brazilian Culture.

The goal is to create an archive of the history  of Brazilian Art and Music in New York and around the world. It will take a lot of effort to make this happen and we need funding to keep the magazine alive! One way to get funding would be through ads and sponsorships.

We hope that the recognition of our efforts will be recognized by musicians (the creators), and by the Brazilian government; after all we are spreading Brazilian culture abroad.

Furthermore, I hope you enjoy November’s edition and will help support Bossa Magazine fulfill its mission. 




Founder & Chief Executive Director
bossamagazine.com

 

Click here to see the magazine online
Bossa Magazine is all about Brazilian Art and Music 

For those that do not know anything about Brazilian Culture here is an opportunity to find out by attending of the events and learn about the richness of the Brazilian Culture.

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BRAZIL'S INVESTMENT AND PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM (PPI): OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES, OCTOBER 27, 2017




WINE TASTING & DISCUSSION WITH WINE SPECIALIST EUCLIDES PENEDO BORGES, OCTOBER 25, 2017




BRAZIL CAPITAL MARKETS OUTLOOK, OCTOBER 30, 2017






SPECIAL SEMINAR ON LAVA JATO

November 15, 2017


Time: 4:30 PM to 8:30 PMLocation: Jones Day, New York, New York

Join us for a comprehensive discussion on key consequences of Lava Jato.  Organized by leading Brazilian  and New York law firms, separate panels will address enforcement, compliance, and due diligence issues, and how they have been impacted by Lava Jato.     
Registration - 4:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Panel 1: Anti-corruption Enforcement in Brazil and Beyond – 5:00 p.m. – 5:45 p.m.
There have been a number of recent coordinated enforcement actions involving American and Brazilian authorities.  This panel will feature the current head of the Justice Department’s Foreign Corrupt Practices Act unit, Dan Kahn, and attorneys from the private sector with extensive experience in cross-border investigations.  The panelists will address the roles and prerogatives of American and Brazilian enforcement agencies, international investigative techniques and coordination, recent enforcement trends (i.e., lessons learned from Car Wash), and practical tips for companies that are navigating multijurisdictional investigations.

Moderators:
Kyle Sheahen, Senior AssociateKing & Spalding
Marcio Mello Silva Baptista
PartnerTozziniFreire Advogados
Speakers:
Daniel KahnChief of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act UnitU.S. DOJ, Fraud Section
Jason Jones
,  Partner,  King & Spalding
Denis Jacob
,  Director,  Global Commercial Compliance,  Becton Dickinson
 
 Panel 2: Compliance in Brazil and Beyond: a Brave New World – 5:45 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Sweeping Lava Jato investigations and other high-profile anti-corruption investigations, as well as the implementation of Brazil’s Clean Company Act, have changed the game for multinationals in Brazil, upending the political and legal landscape. This panel will explore the new compliance framework in Brazil and consider what steps companies operating or investing in Brazil should do to protect themselves and their investors, including the benefits and drawbacks tied to conducting and reporting the results of internal investigations, and whether companies should consider complying with ISO 37001.
Moderator
Nick BergPartnerRopes & Gray
Speakers:
Colleen ConryPartnerRopes & Gray
Art Middlemiss
PartnerLewis Baach Kaufmann Middlemiss
Anna-Louise Oliver
Vice PresidentThe Carlyle Group
Eloy Rizzo
PartnerKLA 

Panel 3: Corporate M&A in the Wake of Lava Jato – 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
 As many companies come under investigation for corruption, divesting assets has become a common strategy to address the need for liquidity and/or a desire to exit the market. While this scenario creates multiple M&A opportunities in Brazil, investors worry about acquiring assets and companies that may have corruption-related liabilities or that are under investigation by Brazilian or US authorities. This panel will focus on due diligence issues that come up in these transactions and ways to minimize liabilities.      
Moderator:
Wade Angus, PartnerJones Day
Speakers:
Marcello Hallake
PartnerJones Day
Michael McGuinnes
PartnerJones Day
Marcelo MesserManaging DirectorRothschild
João Ricardo Ribeiro
PartnerMattos Filho
Moacir Zilbovicious
PartnerMattos Filho
Networking Reception - 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.