There are three presentations that bring out the best in jazz and blues: Taryn Zpilman, Blues Atelikas and Andre Girasati. Created by the African American community in the United States—which has influenced the creation of other styles such as rock, swing, and bebop—these rhythm icons will be on Campinas Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, at 8pm, on the first day. Sisi’s Jazz and Blues Show. This event follows the success of previous shows, which approached instrumental and classical music. Presentations at Sesi Amoreiras are open to the public, with free tickets bookable by My Sesi . website.
Singer and actress Taryn Zpilman presents Thursday’s “A Century of Jazz and Blues: From the 1920s to 2020”. It revisits, with new arrangements, the classics of the genres that gave rise to American popular music, as well as aspects such as rock, soul, and bossa nova. In her performance, the artist evokes the aesthetics of Hollywood actresses and intellectuals of the forties and fifties of the last century.
Tomorrow it will be the turn of the Blues Etílicas – the longest-lived blues band in Brazil – who will perform in celebration of their 35th anniversary. With 13 albums released, including live, studio and collage albums, the group has established itself with a sound that traverses Brazilian music and roots in Chicago Blues and Mississippi.
On Saturday 24, musician Andre Jreissati gave a performance to celebrate his 70th birthday. He showed himself between the 1970s and 1980s as one of the most innovative guitarists in Brazilian instrumental music, with an unusual tuning on his hard guitar, and was responsible for the project that brought about the largest instrumental record in modern Brazilian history.
Sisi’s first jazz and blues exhibition
When: Thursday 9/22 to Saturday 9/24 at 8pm
Where: Sesi Amoreiras – Av. das Amoreiras, 450, Pq. Italia
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