sexta-feira, 4 de maio de 2018


The Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida (BACCF) and the BACCF CSR Committee 
invite you to connect with Nature
Join us for a Beach Cleanup to help make a difference and make our planet a cleaner and safer place for all species. 
Date/Time Information:
Saturday, May 19, 2018
08:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Location: Clarington Island via Coconut Grove Sailing Club

Fees/Admission: Complimentary
Certificate provided for 4 Volunteer Hours
Register Today!

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Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida | P.O. Box 310038Miami, FL 33231

Fleurine & Brad Mehldau with Boys From Brazil


CD release party Fleurine- Brazilian Dream
with special guest Brad Mehldau
Vitor Goncalves -accordeon
Ian Faquini - Guitar
Itaiguiarra-Brandao-bass
Rogerio Boccato— Percussion

Brazilian Dream

For her brand new release "Brazilian Dream" , Fleurine composed all the music on guitar and found herself a dream band made up out of up and coming , and some well established Brazilian musicians on the New York Jazz scene, some of whom she has collaborated with for many years like Vitor Goncalves on piano and accordion ,Chico Pinheiro on electric guitar, Eduardo Belo on bass , Ian Faquini on acoustic guitar and Rogerio Boccato on percussion a.k.a. Boys from Brazil. Some familiar American boys were added to the mix, Chris Potter on Flutes and Saxes and Brad Mehldau on Fender Rhodes and piano to complete the dream.

"Brazilian Dream" showcases 8 brand new contemporary tunes based on deeply Brazilian grooves like bossa, baiao and samba and infused with plenty of Jazz. "Brazilian Dream" also boasts beautiful horn and string arrangements by Rafael Piccolotto de Lima.

Jazz pianist Brad Mehldau has recorded and performed extensively since the early 1990s. In addition to has acclaimed jazz trio, Brad has collaborated across the musical spectrum with a variety of artists including Joshua Redman, Chris Thile, Pat Metheny, Charlie Haden, Michael Brecker, Wayne Shorter, John Scofield, Willie Nelson, Renee Fleming, and many more. 

Location: Birdland Jazz Club

315 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036




VISUAL ART 
Brazil at Frieze  Gentil Carioca, Fortes D'Aloia, Nara Roesler, Dan, Mendes Wood, Jaqueline Martins, Marilia Razuk, Vermelho.
May 4 - 6  - Randalls Ilsland Park  

More information: https://frieze.com/fairs/frieze-new-york





The Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida
invites you to a discussion on:

Achievement & Sustainability
Featuring Brazil’s most famous Olympic Volleyball player & coach:
Bernardinho
Luncheon with Bernardinho
Register Today!
Tuesday, May 8th
From: 12:00 Noon to 2:00PM
BACCF members: $80
Non-members: $130

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Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida | P.O. Box 310038Miami, FL 33231
MUSIC Clarice Assad & Friends May 4 @ 7:00 PM Subculture 

NYFOS NEXT: CLARICE ASSAD & FRIENDS

DOORS: 06:45 PM / SHOW: 07:30 PM


Descended from a legendary musical family, Brazilian composer, pianist and singer Clarice Assad has been called "a veritable musical dynamo." Assad curates, hosts, and performs in a 75-minute program to include a world premiere of her own work alongside works by other Brazilian composers, showcasing the diverse musical styles of her country.
Now in its eighth season, the “invaluable contemporary-music series” (The New Yorker) NYFOS Next takes the longstanding NYFOS tradition of presenting new work, and puts it in the hands of the composers themselves. Each composer becomes a curator, building an hour-long program that features his/her own works and those of colleagues, students or influences.
ARTISTS:
Clarice Assad – Piano & Voice
Jorge Continentino – Winds
João Luiz Rezende – Guitar
Keita Ogawa – Percussion
Shin Sakaino – Bass    

VISUAL ART Sergio Camargo - First US Solo Exhibition May 5 - June 16 Opening: May 4 @ 6:00 - 8:00 PM Sean Kelly 


Sean Kelly is delighted to present the first ever solo exhibition in the United States by the internationally celebrated sculptor Sergio Camargo (1930-1990), one of Brazil’s most important artists of the 20th century. Camargo is recognized for abstract compositions in which geometric forms converge with minimal planes, he created wall-based reliefs, large freestanding sculptures and modestly scaled, architectonic structures unified by a sense of vitality and harmony. There will be an opening reception on Friday, May 4 from 6-8 pm.


Directed by: Riccardo P Rossi
Cast: André Matsumoto,Duca Lapenda, Joca Pontes




A road movie that tells the story of three Brazilian chefs who travel to France, Italy and Japan to get back to family and culinary roots. On the trip, they look for the most authentic products, rescue the flavors of their grandparents' food, and cook in a Michelin Star restaurant. All this experience will lead them back to Brazil more aware of their abilities and with a mission: to place on each plate the culture, history and flavor their ancestors brought with them as they immigrated to Brazil.
More information: https://www.nycindieff.com/film/tuna-farofa-spaghetti-atum-farofa-spaghetti


LITERATURE/PERFORMING ARTS Workshop- Katia Gerlach (Brazil) /Allison Plamondon (Canada) May 11 @ 7:00 PM Performing Arts Library (Lincoln Center) 

Allison Plamondon, Canadian choreographer, and Katia Bandeiro de Mello-Gerlach, Brazilian fiction writer, team up for a fascinating evening of collaborative dance making and conversation. Presented as part of the Library’s celebration of New York Foundation for the Arts’ Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program, this evening offers our audience the opportunity to join in the creative process of a new dance work, choreographed by Plamondon and inspired by the writing of Bandeiro de Mello-Gerlach.