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We will be participating of WOMEX for the 4th time this year and, for the first time, at our own booth on the fair:
Hall 5 - Stand 5.144
Borandá is a Brazilian music label and artist management company based in São Paulo.
Our artists music genres span from Brazilian jazz to world music, mainstream to regional music; instrumental and song, young talents and consecrated artists. If you are interested in knowing more about our music, please find below some links to the artists that we work with.
We would be mostly glad to meet you at this WOMEX edition, so what about arranging a meeting there? If you are interested, please contact
email@example.com, or you may simply drop by our booth at your best convenience.
Thanks in advance for your kind attention and look forward to seeing you soon in Thessaloniki!
All the best,
Borandá - Brazil
Phones.: +55 (11) 2362.9906 / 2359.7158
Mob.: +55 (11) 97257.5557
Accordionist, popular music, choro, forró, gafieira
Musician, composer and arranger, he is one of the biggest references on accordion not only in Brazil but also worldwide. His work focuses on genres that have in the accordion its trademark. In his compositions, Toninho Ferragutti combines a beautiful and unique blend of popular music, classical music and free improvisation.
Brazilian popular music
Throughout her career, Ná Ozzetti has developed projects with artists such as José Miguel Wisnik, Itamar Assumpção, Luiz Tatit and Dante Ozzetti. In 2011, she launched her 8th solo album, Meu Quintal, celebrating a very prolific 30-year career as a singer and songwriter. One of its tracks was nominated to the Latin Grammy Awards 2011 as Best Brazilian Song.
7-string guitar player, choro, MPB
Latin Grammy awarded, he is one of the best 7-string guitar players in Brazilian scene and also a famous bass player, producer, arranger and composer. He has recorded and worked with several artists worldwide, such as Omara Portuondo, Chico César, Lokua Kanza, Zeca Baleiro, Tom Zé, among others. Swami Jr. launched his first solo instrumental album Mundos e Fundos.
Brazilian, instrumental, virtuoso
Composer and multi-instrumentalist Antonio Loureiro reaches his second solo album Só focusing on free improvisation and musical creation. Só is the result of the collection of music references such as 1970s progressive rock, contemporary jazz and Brazilian tradition style.
Singer - Brazilian, MPB, jazz, piano
Paula Santoro's fifth album Mar do Meu Mundo presents a confident musical aesthetics reinforced by the harmony of her voice and her band comprised of great musicians such as Rafael Vernet (piano), Kiko Freitas and Rafael Barata (drums), Guto Wirtti and Zeca Assumpção (double bass), Marco Lobo (percussion).
Singer songwriter - Brazilian, humour, samba, urban, maracatu
Laughing is how we punish the traditions. This Latin saying helps to define the new work of Paulo Padilha, a singer, composer, instrumentalist and - why not? - writer. Na Lojinha de Um Real Eu Me Sinto Milionário is an autobiographical CD-book that narrates the daily life of a Brazilian musician in a chaotic Latin American metropolis of the 21st century.
Brazilian Regional, Folk music
Suzana Salles (singer), Lenine Santos (tenor) and Ivan Vilela (viola caipira) get together to present a wide repertoire of traditional Brazilian caipira (country) music. Inspired on famous Brazilians 30, 40, 50 and '60s twosomes and composers, the trio interprets the songs in a natural, direct and contemporary way.
Singer songwriter New Brazilian Jazz, Bossa Nova
Singer and composer Dani Gurgel is all about modern Brazilian music. She has been developing her compositional work in aggregating the new generation of Brazilian composers. The songs go from jazz to pop with samba rhythms, merging them using the Jazz language. After three albums, she launched in 2010 her first live DVD Viadutos.
Ferragutti & Kramer
Accordionists, popular music, choro, forró, gafieira
In early 2011, Toninho Ferragutti and Bebê Kramer were invited to perform together on two projects on which they toured abroad and the entire southern and southeastern Brazil regions showing a repertoire of contemporary music written for the accordion. This is how the duo was born. With a huge and deep affinity, from cultural and historical points of view - the CD Como Manda o Figurino was released by these two great accordionists through the Borandá label.
Samba, Baião, MPB
Sobre Palavras brings together eminent Brazilian singer Verônica Ferriani and notorious composer and guitar player Chico Saraiva. This project won an important award from the Brazilian Ministry of Culture and it is a unique demonstration of how Brazilian root sounds interact greatly with a harmonic and melodic language.
Brazilian, Edu Lobo, guitar, tabla, instrumental
The group's name refers both to a well known composition of Brazilian composer Edu Lobo and to the African island with strong Indian cultural influences. With a unique lineup: two guitars, two percussions - including an Indian tabla. Zanzibar makes a synthesis of Brazilian music and world music (with the percussions referring directly to Africa and India).
Zé Paulo Becker & Marcos Sacramento
Samba, choro, MPB
Todo mundo quer amar (Everybody wants to love), an album that celebrates partnerships. Songs born by the hands of Zé Paulo Becker and the pen of Paulo César Pinheiro to get life with the guitar of Zé Paulo and the voice of Marcos Sacramento. Three references of Brazilian culture forming a trio of great - and multiple - talents.
Blubell & Black Tie
Brazilian, pop, female singer, acoustic
Blubell & Black Tie (comprised of Mario Manga, Fábio Tagliaferri and Swami Jr.) present this unique album with pop songs that go from The Who to Edith Piaf passing through a samba from Nelson Cavaquinho. All songs with an elegant treatment, with acoustic sonority and well created melodies and harmonies.
- article submitted by: Fernando Grecco, Borandá Brasil