Choro Concert at Brazilian Endowment for the Arts in New York| 29 February, 2012
Brazilian Endowment for the Arts, inside the series Music & Música, presents a choro concert with Regional de NY this Friday, March 2 at 8pm. Choro (“cry”) is one of the earliest Brazilian popular music genres, growing out of informal groups of friends playing styles of European folk dance music at parties and bars in late 19th century Rio de Janeiro. The five members of Regional de NY are dedicated to bringing the culture of Brazilian choro music to New York City with their regular performances and public choro jams.
Regional de NY is:
Justin Douglas (mandolin)
Rodrigo Ursaia (flute and sax)
Kahil Nayton (cavaquinho)
Cesar Garabini (seven strings guitar)
Ranjan Ramchandani (percussion)
Regional de NY @ Brazilian Endowment for the Arts
Friday 2nd March
Tickets: $15 and $10 (students and BEA members)
Listen to Regional de NY on regionalny.bandcamp.com
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