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Brazilian Carnaval Ball 2018
The Official Ball
Celebrating 51 years
FRIDAY FEB 23 AT BROADWAY STUDIOS - 435 BROADWAY ST.
Featuring DIRECTLY FROM RIO DE JANEIRO - BRAZIL
NEGUINHO DA BEIJA FLOR Samba School , Aquarela Samba Dancers and Dj Double B Playing the Authentic Carnaval Music and FUNK . NON STOP MUSIC AND DANCING Advanced tickets available in the
Brazilian Stores in the Bay Area and online
more info at 415-425-7242
Carnaval 2018: Neguinho da Beija-Flor
First time touring in the US, Neguinho da Beija-Flor brings the best of the Brazilian Carnaval to 10 locations in the country, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Miami, New York and Boston.
He is considered one of the most important Carnaval samba-enredo singers of all time. Since 1975 Neguinho has been affiliated with samba school, Beija-Flor de Nil polis, in Rio de Janeiro, which became part of his artistic name. In 1976, his samba-enredo Sonhar Com o Rei d Le o gave him the first title in the carioca Carnaval. Since then, the samba school won 12 parade competitions, making of Neguinho da Beija-Flor one of the most popular Carnaval figures of Brazil.
Neguinho da Beija-Flor in Rio de Janeiro
Son of a trumpeter of the famous Orquestra Tabajara, Neguinho started his career in music when he was still a kid. At ten he won a contest by singing a samba by legendary carioca artist Jamel o. His first album, Vida No Peito was released in 1980, followed by other 15 albums until 2000, featuring hits such as Os Cinco Bailes da Hist ria do Rio and Aquarela Brasileira . In 1991, he won the Sharp prize as Best Samba Singer. In 2001, he released his first live-recorded CD, 25 Anos de F e Raiz , celebrating his 25-year career.
Accompanied by an energetic bateria (drums) and stunning samba dancers, Neguinho da Beija-Flor is sure to deliver the best Carnaval experience you can possible have outside Rio de Janeiro.
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