'Sounds of Latin America', new show by Camerata Florianópolis

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Bolero, tango, salsa, choro, bossa nova, milonga are some musical rhythms that are part of Camerata Florianópolis' newest concert: Sons da América Latina. The show, which will bring the musical richness of countries such as Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Cuba, Mexico – and, of course, Brazil, premieres on April 19th, at 20:30 pm, at Teatro Ademir Pink (CIC). Conducting and musical direction is conducted by maestro Jeferson Della Rocca.

In addition to the Camerata musicians, the show will have a team of distinguished guests, such as singers Cláudia Bossle, Nicole Ruju (Peru), Javier Venegas (Argentina) and Daniel Montero (Uruguay); in the band, Felipe Coelho (guitar), Tie Pereira (bass), Alberto Heller (piano), Rodrigo Porciúncula (drums), Alexandre Damaria (percussion), Roger Corrêa (accordion), Claudia Rivera (flute) and Gabriel Barbalho (trumpet) .

For maestro Jeferson Della Rocca, Latin America is very rich when we talk about popular and folk music. “In Brazil alone we have dozens of striking rhythms, which characterize our different regions, just as occurs in the different countries of South and Central America. Our biggest difficulty was choosing just 20 songs from this beautiful and diverse musical universe. This is certainly a project that will deserve new editions”, he adds.

In the repertoire, emblematic songs such as the tangos La Cumparsita and Cambalache, Gracias a la vida, El Humahuaqueño + El condor passa, Boquita de cereza, El Quarto de Tula, Solo le pido a Dios and Volver a los 17, even Brazilian music from different seasons and regions, such as Escorregando + Apanhei-te cavaquinho, Milonga para as missions, Feira de Mangaio and Águas de Mar.

Pianist and concert arranger Alberto Heller states that the repertoire will have many striking and important rhythms that will form a “colorful” set. “The public will realize that we will have songs that touch the heart, others that are danceable and vibrant. And on stage we will have a very beautiful mix of cultures, musicians from different countries, to truly bring what we call Latin music”, he explains. 

Accordionist Roger Corrêa congratulates Camerata on the new project and states that it will be a show of great strength and sensitivity. “It is an immense joy to be part of this beautiful project that seeks to exalt Latin American music.” 

Executive produced by Maria Elita Pereira, the show is sponsored by Fort Atacadista and Engie and has the support of Clube NSC. Tickets are on sale on the Blueticket website and at the orchestra headquarters. 

  Start: 19/04/2024 20:00

  End: 19/04/2024 23:30

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