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Colors of Brazil

Brazil is a diverse country with a stunningly wide cultural breadth. Its musical traditions, from indigenous song to Afro-jazz, from samba and bossa nova to funk, tropicalia and, of course, modern pop/rock, and so much more, are rich and complex. This weekend, you can get a little taste of Brazilian music in an ideal live setting at Carmens. Flautist Katchie Cartwright will join Brazilian musician Bruno Vinezof (percussion) and Marco Antonio Santos (guitar) for a laid-back musical journey through the soul of Brazil. Whether you fancy yourself a cultural adventurer or already know that you are a fan of Brazilian music, this special showcase promises to offer up a memorable experience.

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