Brazilian beats resound around Nairobi, Oct. 25-27 2012 @ Various Venues

October 22, 2012 at 2:57 pm 1 comment

The Embassy of Brazil brings to Nairobi the enchanting flavour of Brazilian music and soul.

Camila Jatobá & Banda de Bolso plays important Brazilian compositions as well as its original work, which is focused primarily on the African roots of popular Brazilian music.

Music critics the world around have awarded the highest of reviews to this amazing five person-band, and the sweet voice of Camila Jatoba has received various important music festival awards in Brazil.

They are the newest generation of Bahia (Brazil), revitalizing the music scene with the beats of MPB: Camila Jatoba (voice), João Almy (guitar), Diogo Florez (percussion), Gian Carlo (flute) and Tony Neves (cavaquinho and saxphone).

Come join us to hear the melodious sound of Camila Jatobá & Banda de Bolso.

Thursday, 25th October
Show: 7pm-9pm
Alliance Française

Friday, 26th October
Show: 7pm-10pm
Pampa Grill, Panari Sky

Saturday, 27th October
Show: 8pm-10pm
Great Hall, National Museum


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