Jazz & Samba at Arts Garage

Post 11 of 33

Arts-Garage-October-2015opt
Brazilian Voices was delighted with the response to last night’s two sets at
the Arts Garage in Delray.

The multinational audience went crazy for the fusion of Jazz and Samba, which refined both genres and broke new ground.

Yuri Hawakawa of New York, said, “I felt like I was on a beach in Rio sipping a Caipirinha and listening to great music…”

The audience reacted with cheers, dancing and participating…often singing along.

The repertoire was the perfect balance of new and old material, with relaxing lounge favorites redefined by remixed tropical rhythms, the magic of the women’s voices, astounding solos, and inventive arrangements.

We invite you, our audience, to comment on last night’s Brazilian Voices concert on our website.

5 Shares

, , , , , , , , ,

2 comments:

Jane and Stew PerlowJune 10, 2017 at 3:11 pmReply

Please come back to Arts Garage or Boca Black Box. We love you!

Ron & Gisela TorresOctober 19, 2015 at 1:39 pmReply

“Having seen Brazilian Voices perform four or five times before in large theater venues, the Arts Garage in Delray Beach was a unique and more intimate concert experience. A smaller venue meant only five musicians and no dancers or guest performers, but every member of the audience was treated to a seat very close to the stage. The vocals were impressive and the song selection had something for everyone. We particularly enjoyed the upbeat samba music. Overall, a bottle of wine and a Brazilian Voices concert is a great way to spend an evening.”

Ron & Gisela Torres, Davie, FL

Menu