Saturday 5 May – Juliana Areias – The Sounds of Brazil Show @ the Ellington Jazz Club – SOLD OUT
Brazil! The very word excites the imagination with a delicious and unique blend of rhythms and sensations.
Celebrating the consecutive success of her performances, Brazilian singer Juliana Areias “ – is back to the Ellington presenting the “best chapters” of her previous shows – Ginga Brazil / Bossa Nova Baby / La vie en Rose in Ipanema / Born to Samba – as well as new vogue songs.
From fresh arrangements of Jobim’s classics such as The Girl from Ipanema and Sergio Mendes’ popular samba recording Mas que nada to contemporary Brazilian icons – Djavan, Joao Bosco, Lenine, Ceu, Maria Gadu, Maria Rita, Rita Lee, Zelia Duncan, Adriana Calcanhoto, Arlindo Cruz, Moacyr Luz and Aldyr Blanc – The Sounds of Brazil show also features some of Juliana’s original songs.
On board with Juliana Areias on this sensuous musical journey, is a stellar line up of new talents: just arrived Brazilian multi instrumentalist Leandro Cezarino (guitar, cavaquinho and percussion); pianist Jeremy Poole-Johnson, bassist Joe Southwell and drummer Bronton Ainsworth; plus surprise special guests – Marcio Mendes, Carlos Santos and Walber Almeida – and surprise reasons to celebrate. Sound Engineering: Liam Crosby.
Brazilian chanteuse Juliana Areias has lived for many years in Europe(Switzerland) and New Zealand prior to moving to Australia. Always working in the music circuit, her career includes a performance at the revered Montreau Jazz Festival. Her authentic Brazilian voice, sense of groove, engaging charisma and a very personal and passionate stage presence are the trademarks of her work.
More information at The Ellington Jazz Club Website
Concert proudly sponsored by:
– Oi Exchange– the best way to send money to Brazil. Perth representant: 0405279160
– Totem – Brazilian International Fashion Label
– Make up by Sand Dance
– Hair designing – Total Brazil Beauty
– Photos by Jayga McMullen and Santos Group
– Sound engineer: Liam Crosby
– Video by Luis Tasso Santos