Jacaré Choro presents “Terra Brasilis: Reimagining Early Music in Modern Times” at the Hippodrome Theatre! Sunday, May 6, doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the music begins at 7:30. After the show, mingle with the musicians over the Brazilian drink special of the evening, Caipirinhas!
Jacaré Choro performs unique interpretations of Brazilian music through its creative arrangements and adaptations of genres to celebrate Brazil’s rich musical history.
For those already familiar with Brazilian music, we hope the rich harmonies, contoured melodies, and syncopated rhythms will evoke feelings of nostalgia, or as we say in Brazil: saudade. For newcomers, please allow us to share our love of Brazilian music with you!
See Vadim Arsky on saxophones, Tabajara Belo on guitar and mandolin, Aaron Colverson on violin, Larry Crook on percussion and Welson Tremura on guitar and voice!
Tickets are $10 seniors and students and $15 general public.