Around the world - schedule of the main Brazilian shows around the world. Buy tickets here.

Around the world

Around the world – schedule of the main Brazilian shows around the world. Buy tickets here.

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Around the world: check out the main performances by Brazilian musicians abroad, especially in Europe and the United States. Buy your tickets here.

Around the world- Brazilian popular music, also known as MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira), is a diverse and rich genre that combines elements of traditional Brazilian music with contemporary styles such as rock, pop, and jazz.

One of the most influential and well-known styles of MPB is samba. Originating in Bahia, Brazil in the early 20th century, samba is characterized by its upbeat rhythms and lively melodies. It quickly spread throughout the country and is now considered a national symbol of Brazil. Bossa nova, which emerged in the 1950s, is another popular style of MPB. It is known for its smooth, relaxed rhythms and sophisticated harmonies. Artists such as Tom Jobim and João Gilberto helped popularize bossa nova and it continues to be a popular genre today.

MPB also incorporates other traditional Brazilian music styles such as forró, funk carioca, and MPB (Música Popular Brasileira). MPB is a genre that has its roots in the traditional rhythms and melodies of Brazil, but with a contemporary touch. Often lyrics in MPB address social and political issues, and the songs reflect the realities of the Brazilians.

Some of the most well-known and respected artists in the MPB genre include Tom Jobim, Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, Maria Bethânia, Chico Buarque, Elis Regina, among many others. These artists have helped shape the sound of MPB and have had a significant impact on the music industry in Brazil and around the world.

Overall, MPB is a genre that is deeply rooted in Brazilian culture and history. It is constantly evolving and adapting to new influences, making it a vibrant and dynamic genre that continues to captivate audiences both in Brazil and internationally.

Here are some of the upcoming shows by Brazilian musicians that you won’t want to miss.

The legendary Brazilian rock band Titãs is taking their music to Lisbon, Portugal. They are set to play at the Coliseu dos Recreios on August 5th. Known for their energetic live performances, the band has been a staple of the Brazilian rock scene since the 1980s. Their unique sound and lyrics have won them a legion of fans both in Brazil and abroad. If you happen to be in Lisbon, this is one show you won’t want to miss.

Brazilian singer-songwriter Alceu Valença is taking his music to London. He will be performing at the O2 Academy Islington on September 18th. Valença is known for his unique blend of northeastern Brazilian rhythms with rock and pop influences. He has been making music since the 1970s and has become one of Brazil’s most beloved musicians. If you’re in London and looking for a night of great music, be sure to check out Alceu Valença.

Zeca Pagodinho, one of Brazil’s most popular samba singers, is taking his music to Lisbon. He will be performing at the Coliseu dos Recreios on September 25th. Pagodinho has been making music since the 1980s and has won numerous awards for his work. His music is a celebration of Brazil’s samba tradition and has won him fans all over the world. If you’re in Lisbon, don’t miss the chance to see this samba legend perform live.

Gilberto Gil, one of Brazil’s most influential musicians, is taking his music to Berlin. He will be performing at the Tempodrom on October 8th. Gil has been making music since the 1960s and has been a pioneer of the Tropicália movement, which combined traditional Brazilian music with rock, jazz, and other genres. He has won numerous awards for his music and has become an icon of Brazilian music around the world. If you’re in Berlin, be sure to catch his show.

Caetano Veloso, another influential figure of the Tropicália movement, is taking his music to Porto, Portugal. He will be performing at the Casa da Música on October 23rd. Veloso has been making music since the 1960s and has become one of Brazil’s most beloved musicians. His unique blend of traditional Brazilian music with rock and other genres has won him fans all over the world. If you’re in Porto, don’t miss the chance to see this musical legend in action.

Brazilian comedian and singer Bruna Louise is taking her music to Rome, Italy. She will be performing at the Teatro Palladium on November 13th. Bruna Louise has become one of Brazil’s most popular comedians in recent years, and her music has also won her a legion of fans. Her unique blend of humor and music is sure to be a hit with the Italian audience.

Brazilian singer-songwriter Marisa Monte is taking her music to Montreal, Canada. She will be performing at the Place des Arts on November 27th. Monte has been making music since the 1980s and has won numerous awards for her work.