Monday, July 24, 2017

Atrium 360°

Brasil Summerfest returns to Lincoln Center with one of Brazil’s hottest indie bands. Consistently topping "Best of" lists in the Brazilian press, the São Paulo–based rock-pop-experimental power trio O Terno puts an edgy 21st-century spin on the classic Brazilian psychedelic rock of the 1960s and ’70s. Its members—guitarist and singer Tim Bernardes, bassist Guilherme d’Almeida, and drummer Biel Basile—have collaborated with tropicalia idol Tom Zé, American pop visionary David Byrne, and hero of the Brazilian underground Adriano Cintra, among others.

Presented in collaboration with Brasil Summerfest

Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.



August 2017

Thu, Aug 10
7:30 pm

Playlist: Around the World in 18 Songs
    July 21st, 2017

There's no need to suffer the indignities of airport security with these artists who can take you around the world in 18 tracks. And if you're in New York, you can see all of them live this summer at Lincoln Center.
Keep scrolling to get to the full playlist. 

Impromptu No. 1—for Gershwin
Friends from their music student days in Havana, saxophonist/composer Yosvany Terry and pianist Orlando Alonso join with French-American (and part Trinidadian) cellist Yves Dharamraj to kick off our playlist with composer Manuel Valera’s chamber jazz homage to their current hometown of New York City and one of its most iconic composers: George Gershwin.

“Qué He Sacado Con Quererte”
The Mexican indie pop star enlists Los Macorinos on this cover of Chilean folk singer and songwriter Violeta Parra’s poetic lament from 1964. The track is from Lafourcade’s latest album Musas, a reverent and personal reflection on the Latin American songbook.

“Cuarto de Colores”
From his self-released debut album, this is one of the tracks that transformed the Colombian harpist into a jazz star and altered our vision of what the harp could do forever.

“Yo de Ti Me Enamoré”
Singer and tambolero Emilsen Pacheco is considered one of the leading exponents of Colombian bullerengue. Sourced from an ancestral musical tradition full of emotion, sorrow, and joy, this track is decidedly on the joyful end of the spectrum. You'll most likely fall in love with the chorus.
Atrium 360°, August 24

Bam Bam
And now to a classic reggae anthem from the legendary Sister Nancy, who is widely regarded as the first woman dancehall MC. It’s been endlessly remixed and sampled, including by Kanye (“Famous”), Jay-Z (“Bam”), and Lauryn Hill (“Lost Ones”). Again, you’ll likely be singing along after 30 seconds.

Because two Brazilian superstars are better than one! Carlinhos Brown and Sérgio Mendes collaborate on this early ‘90s hit—and the crowd goes wild! 

“Ai Ai Como Eu Me Iludo”
If Os Mutantes ever cut a record at Stax it would probably sound a lot like this track from São Paolo-based indie band O Terno. 
Atrium 360°, August 10

“The Talking Fish”
Just try not to dance to this perfect fusion of funk, disco, and Afrobeat, with killer vocals from English-Nigerian frontwoman Eno Williams, plenty of horns, and a whimsical infusion of synths.

This song won the Benin-born Kidjo her first Grammy nomination and launched her into the realm of Afropop royalty. It’s from her 1994 album Ayé, which was produced in part at Prince’s Paisley Park Studio in Minneapolis. 

The Rimtobaye brothers and their childhood friend Dono Bei Ledjebgue show off the distinctive a cappella style of singing of their homeland with a few new world accents picked up in their adopted country of Canada.

“Djan Kre Bejabu”
Repressed under Portuguese colonial rule, Cape Verdean batuku music has been experiencing a revival. Hailing the small island of Santiago, located midway between Brazil, Portugal, and Angola, Tcheka’s music is both hyper-local and wholly universal.

“Old Reinlander from Sonndala”
One of the hottest classical string quartets on the planet, known for superlative interpretations of Brahms and Beethoven, the four charismatic members of the Danish String Quartet sound just as good playing the note-bending, rustic dances of their Scandinavian ancestors.

Hosoi Gakki
A Polish musician and scholar that has studied string music traditions across the world, Maria Pomianowska's newest project revolves around the Biłgoraj suka. Using old field manuals and a painting, she painstakingly reconstructed the medieval predecessor to the violin.and is now creating a new repertoire for it.

“Charles Bridge”
They’re the only resident big band of a techno club in the world (Munich’s Harry Klein) and here they pay tribute to another city—Prague—with house music of the highest order, but no electronics in sight (and an insane drum solo at the end).
Atrium 360°,  August 31

“Every Time I Thought About It I'd Burst Into Tears”
Sampling classic Syrian pop of the ‘60s and ‘70s, composer and visual artist Samer Saed Eldahr experiments with transforming traditional Arabic musical forms into club-friendly EDM. We can look forward to hearing a lot more from him now that he’s an American resident. 

These three Palestinian brothers are considered the “three kings of the oud,” a type of lute played across the Middle East. This track from their album AsFâr (a play on words denoting “voyage” in Arabic and “as far” in English) shows off the deep psychic connection that forms the basis of their mesmerizing improvised structures.

“Jam Une 18 Je Ti Cun I Vogel”
She’s been called the Albanian Madonna (Ciccone), but when she emigrated to New Jersey after the dissolution of the Soviet Union and subsequent collapse of the Albanian economy in 1991, she had to start all over again. In this track from her 2013 album titled simply Merita, she shows off the voice and energy that made her famous.

“Urvashi Urvashi” 
For the end of our world tour, we take it easy with a Bollywood legend: composer (and vocalist here) A.R. Rahman. This track is from the 1994 romantic comedy thriller Hum Se Hai Muqabala (Kadalan in the original Tamil). Twenty years after the film was released, and Cody Wise had a hit with “It’s My Birthday,” an English remake of “Urvashi Urvashi.”
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July 27-30, 2017 at the Ritz Carlton Jakarta
Pacific Place

Aurélie Bauer, Fusako Ekuni, Igor Kubalek,
Jérémie Rebourgeard, Gilles Teboul & Kloe Vano

galerie bruno massa is pleased to announce its second participation in the ninth edition of ART JAKARTA known previously as BAZAAR ART JAKARTAOccupying a 7,500 square meter area at the Ballroom of The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Pacific Place, Art Jakarta has become the main destination for art collectors and enthusiasts in Indonesia and Asia Pacific. Strategically located in an upscale shopping mall in the heart of the Jakarta's Sudirman Central Business District (SCBD), the venue attracts a wide spectrum of Indonesian society. The venue inside the shopping mall also further increases the public exposure of the arts in line with the idealism of Art Jakarta to greater promote public awareness and appreciation of the arts.


Private Preview & Vernissage
Thursday, July 27 | 3 pm - 10 pm 

General Admission
Friday, July 28 noon - 10 pm
Saturday, July 29 | noon - 10 pm
Sunday, July 30 | noon - 9 pm
Sudirman Central Business District (SCBD)
Jalan Jendral Sudirman
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Jakarta, 12190, Indonesia


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Brazil Week in Newark 2017

All the rhythms lead to Newark !

Todos os ritmos levam a Newark.

Good News !
Per Newark City Hall’s request, the “Brazil in Newark Exhibition” presently on display at Newark City Hall has been extended to Sept. 30th, 2016. Don’t miss it.


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