As our Voices from Latin America festival continues with multiple partner events around the city, we have some wonderful Brazilian music and artists yet to come at Carnegie Hall. Brazil's greatest living sambista Paulinho da Viola, legendary flutist and improviser Carlos Malta with Pife Muderno, virtuoso violinist Nicolas Krassik and Cordestinos with Friends (including Gilberto Gil), the hypnotically quirky Arnaldo Antunes, and the a retro-chic Orquestra Imperial will all perform at the Hall between November 28 and December 5. Below, enjoy a selection of music from some of the artists as well as the music that inspired them.
Gilberto Gil hearkens back to his roots in forró. Browse an extensive list of additional suggested listening here.
Enjoy the music of the man who founded forró. Browse an extensive list of additional suggested listening here.
The recording that started it all for bossa nova in the US.
A selection of the original tracks that made it to Bossa Nova Carnegie Hall.
The lilting music of Brazil's greatest living sambista, Paulinho da Viola.
Stan Getz and Luis Bonfa's classic 1963 Jazz Samba Encore!.
Related:November 28, Paulinho da ViolaNovember 29, Carlos Malta with Pife Muderno | Nicolas Krassik and Cordestinos with FriendsDecember 5, Arnaldo Antunes | Orquestra ImperialVoices from Latin AmericaVoices from Latin America: BrazilVoices from Latin America: ForróVoices from Latin America: Bossa NovaVoices from Latin America: SambaVoices from Latin America Partner Events