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A Tribute to Tim Maia
August 25 @ 8:00 PM
Saturday, Aug 25 2018 [View Full-Sized Flyer]7PM doors / 8PM show
The bad a Tributew to Tim Maia is the pioneer in the Brazil.
The band rescue the bigs success of Tim Maia, in a exciting and unique show .
Formed bigs músicians like TONHO CROCCO (vocal(, CHICO PAIXÃO (guitar), LEONARDO BOFF (keyboard), FLÁVIO PASSOS bass) and CHRISTIAN SANTOS (drums) and reinforced by the metal of The Killer Horn Sessions of Zé Luis Oliviera (sax, brazilian músician , played guittar with Tim Maia, further of Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Cazuza), Kevin Batchelor (trompete, Steel Pulse, The Skatalites, NYC Ska Orchestra) and John Speck trombone), The Band presetend in october, 2017 at SOB’s at NYC,.para uma casa lotada.
August 2018, The Band retourn at SOBs, extend your american tour for Boston and Washington.
Eliano Braz & Forró da Terra
August 4 @ 12:30 AM
FREE for all ticket buyers for Seu Jorge
Eliano Bráz is a violinist/violist native of Fortaleza, Ceará, Brazil. He began his violin and viola studies at age 11 with Vazken Fermanian at Sesi-Ce and The Conservatory of the Federal State University of Ceará. His experience ranges from classical orchestras, ensembles, various quartets, and trios to popular Brazilian music, playing with musicians such as Ermeto Pascal, Sivuca, Cyro Batista ,Faguiner, Rita Lee, Lulu Santos, Belchior, Skank, J’ Quest, Artul Moureira Lima. Since 2004 Bráz had been living in the United States, where he has performed with many orchestras and ensembles at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center’s Alice Tuly Hall, Twon Hall and many other acclaimed venues. Bráz has played classical, Brazilian, jazz and folk music for over 24 years. His Forró Group plays popular Brazilian music from the Northeastern region of the country, fusing different kinds of music from all over Brazil and the world incorporating improvisations into their work. The sound of Forró music is best described as Brazilian folk music and incorporates various complex rhythms and lyrical melodies. Forró talks about love, romance and stories about the farmers from the northeast region of Brazil. During performances Eliano Bráz’s band engages with the audience teaching and encouraging people to dance and exposing them to Brazilian music and culture. The band consists of Eliano Bráz on the violin and vocals, Catarina dos Santos vocals and percussion, Rob Curto on accordion, Marcos Vigio on guitar, Itaiguara Brandao on bass and Gil Oliveira on bass drum.
More information: http://www.bluenotejazz.com/newyork/schedule/moreinfo.cgi?id=16777
Rodrigo Amarante, Ava Rocha
August 10 @ 7:00 and 10:00 PM
Experience Brazil’s most forward thinking young artists in this rare double bill featuring singers and multi-instrumentalists Rodrigo Amarante and Ava Rocha. Rodrigo Amarante is known for singing in the seminal bands Los Hermanos and Little Joy, as well as being the Emmy-nominated voice behind the theme song for the hit Netflix series “Narcos.” He joins Ava Rocha, one of the leading voices of the post-tropicalia avant-garde movement. She was recently featured at New York’s GlobalFest.
VISUAL ARTS - TALK
Artist Brunch Chat with Regina Parra
Presented by Residency Unlimited (RU) and Ace Hotel
August 11 @ 12:00 PM
Ace Hotel (Manhattan)
VISUAL ART - BRASIL SUMMERFEST
Press Play Fair - Brazilian Artists at Dream BOX-AnnexB Booth
August 4 @ 12:00 -11:00 PM
Press Play is a book and music fair celebrating the merits of independent publishing and the dissemination of the arts through publication, recorded sound, and their expanded mediums.
More information: https://pioneerworks.org/programs/press-play-fair-2018/