Posts Tagged 'Vinicius de Moraes'

Small poet, big screen

The Brazilian Film Festival is back this May with a selection of brand new films and a homage to Brazil’s “little poet”

Interview with Eliane Elias

Eliane Elias has been making music since the mid-80s. This year she released Light My Fire, an album of originals and covers, as well as collaborations with Gilberto Gil, that has been getting rave reviews all summer. Eduardo Pagnoncelli sat

Heidi Vogel’s Brazilian Passion

Jungle speaks to the Cinematic Orchestra singer Heidi Vogel about music, passion and her new Brazilian-themed album paying tribute to Tom Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes and others.

Did Brazilian Music Die in the 70s?

For a special little showdown for the music issue of October, Jungle pitted two high calibre musical minds against each other to debate the state of Brazil’s music industry and output to see if it’s as good as it has

Brazilian film back at Barbican

Brazilian cinema festival celebrates the colourful lives of the country’s musical legends At the turn of the 20th century, watching a film in Brazil meant mute projections with a live orchestra accompaniment. Popular musicians used to voice over their own

Josh Rouse Shares His Love for Brazilian Music

“That’s a difficult question,” says Josh Rouse, when asked to name his perfect line up for an imaginary Brazilian music festival. “João [Gilberto] is my favourite, but I hear that he’s kind of weird…” It might be owing to the