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Aquidistantes 21 – Conrado Paulino and Romero Lubambo

Aquidistantes 21 – Conrado Paulino and Romero Lubambo – Imagem Aquidistantes 21 remotely brings together the Argentine based in Brazil, Conrado Paulino and the Brazilian based in the USA Romero Lubambo. Two handful improvisers, Conrado and Romero perform “Imagem” by the legendary pianist Luiz Eça in partnership with Aloysio de Oliveira. In the first part …

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Aquidistantes 22 – Rafael Thomaz and Guilherme Lamas

Aquidistantes 22 – Rafael Thomaz and Guilherme Lamas Rafael Thomaz and Guilherme Lamas are two young talents who represent the breadth of the new generation of Brazilian guitar players.With solid academic foundation, both are postgraduates, already have recorded CDs and show their work in Brazil and internationally. They also arrange, improvise, teach and produce works …

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Aquidistantes 18 – Elodie Bouny and Gabriele Leite

Aquidistantes 18 – Elodie Bouny and Gabriele Leite Elodie Bouny, born in Venezuela, has a solid academic background, obtained a classical guitar diploma from the Conservatory of Boulogne-Billancourt (Paris), and did a master’s and doctorate at UFRJ (Rio de Janeiro). The guitarist and songwriter has been awarded in several competitions and has participated in several …

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Aquidistantes 17 – Diego Salvetti and Carlos Walter

Aquidistantes 17 – Diego Salvetti and Carlos Walter Carlos Walter, is a “mineiro” from Uberaba and besides being a virtuoso, he is perhaps the most restless among guitar enthusiasts. The Italian Diego Salvatti living in Brazil, residing in Maringá, already known from the Aquidistantes project, combines talent as a composer with a seemingly limitless technical …

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Aquidistantes 15 – Fabricio Conde and Neymar Dias

Aquidistantes 15 – Fabricio Conde e Neymar Dias The viola caipira (Brazilian Viola), which is one of the instruments most connected to the regional roots of Brazilian music, has in Neymar Dias and Fabricio Conde, two of the greatest connoisseurs of its possibilities.Because they are so knowledgeable, they are also innovative, extending the instrument’s borders …

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