Sat 20 Oct
2132m - Souk el Tayeb is a weekly open air farmer’s market held every Saturday...
The fields marked with * are mandatory
Orpheus Ensemble plays Live Brazilian music covering various styles from Samba canção, bossa nova and chorinho!
Come and enjoy the most beautiful songs and instrumental compositions by Cartola, Tom Jobim, Pixinguinha, Luiz Americano, Jacob do Bandolim, and other masters.
Bring your dancing shoes!
► Pasquale Porciello /guitar /vocals
► Nobuko Miyazaki/flute /shinobue
► Kevin Safadi/percussion
// ABOUT PASCALE PORCIELLO
Pasquale Porciello charms the audience with his dynamic performances of his inexhaustible repertoire, including his native Neapolitan songs and Brazilian music. Pasquale was born in Marigliano, Naples, Italy in 1985. At the age of 11, he started the study of classical guitar, and at the age of 14 he started to study Cello at San Pietro a Majella Royal Conservatory of Music in Naples. Pasquale graduated at “L’Orientale” University of Naples in Comparative Languages and Literatures (Arabic and Spanish) and completed a Masters degree in Near and Middle Eastern Studies at SOAS, University of London.
// ABOUT NOBUKO MIYAZAKI
Nobuko Miyazaki is a flutist and shinobue (Japanese bamboo flute) player. A passionate and emotive performer, Nobuko draws influences from across the world, embracing traditions and transcending them. Nobuko has appeared throughout the USA, Latin America, Asia, and Europe, including at the BBC Proms in the Park and Lincoln Center Out-Of-Doors Festival. Recently, she performed her orchestral composition "Inorikaze (Prayer Wind)" at Carnegie Hall.
// ABOUT KEVIN SAFADI
Kevin Safadi is one of the most talented Lebanese percussionists. Safadi collaborates with the most renowned artists of Lebanese musical scene. A versatile artist, he plays many different styles of music, from jazz to rock, from Brazilian music to reggae. Kevin is the Artistic Director and Leader of “Bateria Unica do Segundo Bloco”, an ensemble of Samba percussionists.
No band charge
Reservation is recomended
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