São coisas nossas. Opening of exhibition "Lina Bo Bardi: tupí or not tupí (Brasil, 1946-1992)" Special concert

São coisas nossas. Opening of exhibition "Lina Bo Bardi: tupí or not tupí (Brasil, 1946-1992)"

  1. The event took place on
Jaques Morelenbaum Cello Samba Trio. Jaques Morelenbaum, cello. Gabriel Improta, guitar. Paulo Braga, drums
Mara Sánchez Llorens, presentation

In 1987, Gilberto Gil was appointed President of the Fundação Gregório do Mattos. One of his first decisions was to commission the architect Lina Bo Bardi and the ethnographer Pierre “Fatumbi” Verger to design a cultural facility (the Casa do Benin) that presented the links between Africa and Brazil through the path of slavery. With the premise of building in a “poor but modern” manner, the architect transferred an intercontinental relationship that had characterised musical genres such as the samba, the foundation for bossa nova, to the terrain of construction. Artists such as Caetano Veloso and Gil himself form part of this rich musical tradition.

 

      1. Antônio Carlos Jobim (1927-1994)
      1. Samba de uma nota só
      1. Gilberto Gil (1942)
      1. Eu vim da Bahia
      1. Jaques Morelenbaum (1954)
      1. Maracatuesday
      1. Caetano Veloso (1942)
      1. Coração vagabundo
      1. Antônio Carlos Jobim
      2. Chico Buarque (1944)
      1. Retrato em branco e preto
      1. Antônio Carlos Jobim
      2. Vinicius de Moraes (1913-1980)
      1. Brigas nunca mais
      1. João Donato (1934)
      1. Sambou, sambou
      1. Egberto Gismonti (1947)
      1. Salvador

  1. Jaques Morelenbaum Cello Samba TrioJaques Morelenbaum Cello Samba Trio

    Jaques Morelenbaum es uno de los compositores, arreglistas e instrumentistas brasileños que más colabora con músicos de diferentes procedencias y estilos musicales, desde Tom Jobim, Caetano Veloso y Paulo Flores hasta Ryuichi Sakamoto, Sting y Mariza. Su trío ofrece una visión panorámica de la samba, desde sus raíces hasta la actualidad, tocando temas clásicos de Noel Rosa, Ary Barroso, Dorival Caymmi y Antônio Carlos Jobim y composiciones más recientes, como las de Luisão Paiva y Carlinhos Brown.