Pascoal Meirelles is recognized as one of the better drummers in Brazil. Also a composer and arranger, he spent some time working extensively as program musician for performers such as for example Tom Jobim, Gonzaguinha, Hélio Delmiro, Wagner Tiso, Chico Buarque, Danilo Caymmi, Edu Lobo, Paulo Moura, Maysa, Wilson Simonal, João Bosco, and Ivan Lins. His 1st solo recording was Consideraçõsera a Respeito (1981), accompanied by four others (in 1983, 1987, 1992, and 1998), and a compilation (1995). Pascoal Meirelles is among the founders of the group Cama de Gato, probably one of the most effective instrumental organizations in Brazil, which includes recorded many albums and toured Brazil, Spain, France, Belgium, and america. Starting like a self-taught drummer, he became a specialist at 18 in his hometown. In 1966, he created his group Tempo Trio, with which he documented his first recording through Odeon. In 1967 he relocated to Rio de Janeiro RJ, becoming a member of Paulo Moura’s group aswell as documenting and performing displays with Maysa, Wilson Simonal, João Bosco, Ivan Lins, and additional performers. He toured Mexico in 1972 as well as the U.S. in 1974 using the group Festa Brasil (which also used Simone, Tenório Jr., Fernando Leporace, Chiquito Braga, and João de Aquino). In 1975 he received a scholarship or grant for the Berklee University of Music (Boston) where remained until 1979. He also performed in jazz night clubs in the U.S. and performed the display Saravá in NY. Throughout that stay he also added to Tom Jobim’s dual recording Terra Brasilis. Time for Brazil, he performed for over a decade in Gonzaguinha’s music group, having also documented with Hélio Delmiro (“Emotiva”), Wagner Tiso (“Coração de Estudante”), Chico Buarque (“Ópera perform Malandro”), Danilo Caymmi (“Cheiro Verde”), and Edu Lobo, amongst others. As an educator, he began workshops in European countries and released a publication in 2000.