Posts Tagged 'Brazilian Music in London'


The “Brazilian Beyoncé” brings her tecnobrega to London

Gaby Amarantos, Lucas Santtana and Graveola bring their tropical sounds to London on a night fuelled with the latest from the contemporary Brazilian music scene


Azymuth live at Fabric in June

Fabric have announced that the legendary Azymuth will play their classic 1979 album Light As A Feather in its entirety in the club’s main room on the 20th of June.

Win tickets to a special La Linea show

Brazilian/African trio A Curva Da Cintura is one of the highlights from the festival that will showcase the best Latin music over two weeks, from hip-hop to classical


Psychedelic Brazilian rock at the Rich Mix

Fresh from showcasing at Womex, Graveola mark their UK debut with a show presented by Movimientos.


Legendary Banda Black Rio to play two dates at Ronnie Scott’s

The groovy Cariocas are back in town to play the famous jazz venue. Expect razor tight jazz-funk, powerful samba and pulsing grooves.

Brazilian Day London 2012 is cancelled

No more Lulu for you! Brazilian pop star stays in Rio as the 2012 edition of the troubled festival is canceled.


Marcelo Bratke and Camerata Brasil together at the South Bank

The Brazilian pianist is back to London playing a special show at the Purcell Room including movements by acclaimed classic composers such as Heitor Villa-Lobos and Antonio Carlos Jobim


Soundclash of the Latin Titans shakes East London

So you’ve seen the parade, danced to the sound of your favorite soundsystem, ate your jerk chicken and feel like keeping the good vibes going? Jungle’s tip is go EAST!


Do Amor back for more loving

Exactly one year after their first visit the quartet from Rio is back for more, this time at the Bedroom in Shoreditch. Make sure you do not miss them this time around.


Time to make amends Gilles…

Gilles Peterson wants to prove he still loves Brazil with a new night at Guanabara, showing that even though he has spent a lot of his time lately flirting with Cuba, he still loves Brazil.