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Célio Barros

Célio Barros is an associate of the younger era of Brazilian music artists that has presented a sufficient amount of achievements to justify the expectancy of a good musical career. Extremely early in lifestyle, he performed violão (classical guitar), guitar, and dual bass. In Feb 1989, he started to consider dual bass and theory classes in the Conservatório Music Brooklin Paulista. His 1st group times from 1990, when he became a specialist playing at nightclubs. Performing with an exceptionally varied selection of musicians in a number of different designs, he started to forge his personal voice, which is definitely highly bent toward free of charge improvisation. At exactly the same time, he began to create his personal originals. In 1992, he became a teacher in the CMBP. In 1994, alongside the group Triozz, he carried out his compositions having as unique guests music artists Hector Costita, David Richards, Guyé Silveira, Chiquinho de Almeida, Osmar Campos, Tomati, and Armando Tibério. With Jan Weber (electrical and classical guitar) and Maurício Mirá (saxes, clarinet, kalimba), he shaped the group Unusual Conferences, a spontaneous compositional proposal which would produce a CD beneath the name Strange Conferences (PMC) in 1997. They performed as well as a varied collection of groups, like the Lumiá choir through the Universidade Livre de Música de São Paulo. In 1995, he performed with pianist/arranger/conductor Nelson Ayres and saxophonist Hector Costita, and with sax participant Thomas Rohrer began a regular plan of presentations. His quartet Interchanges, with Emílio Mendonça (piano and analog synthesizers), Thomas Rohrer (saxes and flute), and Rui Carvalho (drums) also documented a Compact disc in 1999, Interchanges (PMC). In 1995, he also shaped the quartet 4 Jazz and constituted a label (Produção de Música Contemporânea PMC) and a documenting studio specific in avant-garde jazz, erudite music, and MPB. He’s also his studio’s maker and documenting engineer. In 1997, he documented a duets recording with percussionist Renato Martins, once again through PMC. His label was officially released on Sept 29, 1997, through the task Instrumental SESC Paulista, having a live performance from the Interchanges group. That same yr, he documented the theme to get a TV Bandeirantes display and began two other functions: a duo with vocalist Edu Costa, generally in the same vein of open up compositions and free of charge improvisation, as well as the free of charge jazz trio Quae Sera Tamen, which created a new Compact disc. In 1998, he gained the Initial Visa Award for Instrumental MPB, as well as pianist André Mehmari, which led to the Compact disc Prêmio Visa de MPB Instrumental. He also documented a Compact disc with percussionist Flávio Freire. As well as American guitarist, professor, article writer, and Brazilian music aficionado Richard Boukas, he performed on the SESC Vila Mariana. On the SESC Ipiranga, he made an appearance in the present Orocongo, Rabeca e Violino through the task Encontro com a Dança e a Música Brasileiras, as well as Siba, Antônio Nóbrega, Gentil perform Orocongo, Mestre Luís Paixão, Thomas Rohrer, as well as the Italian musician Alessandra Belloni. Using the group Interchanges, he documented a Compact disc with special visitor Edward Sarath, an American trumpetist and IAJE’s planner.

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