Fleurine with special guests Brad Mehldau, Chico Pinheiro, and the Boys from Brazil

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Fleurine with special guests Brad Mehldau, Chico Pinheiro, and the Boys from Brazil

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Doors: 5:00 pm / Show: 6:00 pm

$40.00

Off Sale

There is a $10.00 food or drink minimum per person. Dinner is served between 5pm-1am.

FLEURINE
FLEURINE
Fleurine Featuring Boys From Brazil and Special Guests

Fleurine - Vocals
Victor Goncalves - Accordion
Ian Faquini - Guitar
Eduardo Belo - Bass

Special Guests
Chico Pinheiro - Guitar
Brad Mehldau - Piano

Fleurine, a singer with an appealingly mellow tone, focuses on Brazilian Music with an evocative Jazz-lilt NEW YORK TIMES

Brazilian chic has nudged its way for two generations into pop and jazz, but few insinuate as distinctively candid and original an interpretation as does vocalist Fleurine. Her tender, personal, smile-through-the-tears lyrics- some in Portuguese, some her translations from Portuguese or original English lyric- come through on this set of pretty, haunting tunes.
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On her equally sublime American release,golden-voiced beauty Fleurine continues to practice her cunning brand of vocal wizardry ,- the results are nothing short of splendiferous! JAZZTIMES MAGAZINE

Her emphasis os on musicality; in each case her warm enveloping sound and gentle rhythmic drive transform the songs into something well beyond the original sources.The inclusion of several well-crafted originals attest to the broad reach of her talents-LA TIMES

Jazz-vocalist Fleurine has always infused her work with a great deal of Brazilian music, but on her most recent projects she delves even deeper into Brazil featuring talented Brazilian composers ,Chico Pinheiro and Ian Faquini, while also showcasing her own brand new original songs interspersed with work of some of her favorite famous Brazilian composers like Tom Jobim and Chico Buarque.

She collaborated with Pinheiro, a true virtuoso on Jazz guitar hailing from Sao Paulo on her most recent Samba-infused album “San Francisco”, while composer guitarist Ian Faquini adds a wealth of more folkloric Brazilian rhythms, making it a unique and exciting mix of Jazz and Brazilian music.