May 10, 2014 – Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Fort Lauderdale

Once again Brazilian Voices energized the Amaturo Theater at Fort Lauderdale’s Broward Center for the Performing Arts on the eve of Mother’s day with another delightful concert. Rhythm was charged with music, dance, and humor.
This sold out concert took place a few days after Brazilian Voices received its 10th International Press Award for Best Brazilian Musical Group in the United States.
Choreographer, actor, and dancer Pablo Malco opened the show with a captivating solo performance, inviting the audience to reflect upon rhythm. Although the selected repertoire had a rich mix of different Afro-Brazilian music, “the concert was truly inspired by the broad concept of rhythm, from biological frequencies such as heartbeat and breathing patterns, to music, dance, rhythms of nature and urban life, and beyond the definition of musical genres and beats”, according to Sue Scaglione, the concert’s artistic director.
Thirty singers from the all-female vocal group, some performing for their first time, were joined by the vibrant band, conducted by Maestro Jorge L. Sosa, along with the percussionists from Samba RJ.
The concert featured performances by Fábio Barros and dancers from Cia do Axé, who delivered impeccable choreographies, including an energetic Maracatú. Capoeira performers led by Professor Pica-Pau and Berimbau players from the LuandAngola center were also among the guest artists.
This energy-packed, one-of-a-kind concert captivated the audience with exhilarating Brazilian music by Gilberto Gil, Djavan, Daniela Mercury, Maria Gandú, Lenine, Milton Nascimento, Marisa Monte, Chico Buarque de Holanda, Caetano Veloso, and Gilberto Gil, among others. The program had a unique rendition of Alicia Key’s hit of Girl on Fire complemented by a solo dance performance by Andréa Araújo that educed a standing ovation.


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This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. Huseyin

    I’m impressed! You’ve managed the almost impossible.

  2. Mike DeCrescente

    “What a night!

    I was amazed the entire performance. You all are astounding! I was dancing in my seat the entire night, including the way home.

    I can’t imagine what a blessing it is to be up there, definitely loving what you’re doing and bringing so much joy to so many people at the same time.

    A thousand thanks for such a joyful experience and memory! “

    Mike DeCrescente
    DETAX Accountant

  3. João Barboza


  4. Silvia Helena B. Miranda

    How proud I am to see this group flourish with such professionalism and spread the best of our culture to the USA!
    You are wonderful!!
    I send my love and admiration to all of you.

    1. silbaars

      Thanks Silvia
      It is with great pleasure that we share our wonderful music and culture!

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