Brazilian All Stars’ sultry sound comes to Parilla Performing Arts Center

Brazilian All Stars’ sultry sound comes to Parilla Performing Arts Center

It was Brazilian Nights: The Finest Hits when the Brazilian All Stars arrived to the

It was Brazilian Nights: The Finest Hits when the Brazilian All Stars arrived to the Robert E. Parilla Accomplishing Arts Centre and covered the most popular and familiar Samba classics with a Portuguese flavor that satisfied everyone’s Bosa Nova senses.

Lead vocalist Diana Purim Moreira and her partner, percussionist Krishna Booker, wove a spell in both Portuguese and English that coated 18 of the most well-known and familiar classics from “Mas Que Nada” to “The Female Ipanema” (or “Garota De Ipanema,” built well known by Antônio Carlos Jobin) sounding as contemporary as I 1st heard in 1965!

Guide vocalist Diana Purim Moreira Booker. Photo by Malcolm Lewis Barnes.

Diana Purim Moreira Booker took her sweet time to give the viewers the comprehensive liner notes model in English to describe every music in the in depth Portuguese playlist before she and the band shipped the native Brazilian vocals that began with a classic 1-hour set of “Watercolors from Brazil,” aka “Aquarela do Brasil,” adopted by the familiar “Summer Samba — So Awesome,” which turned an intercontinental strike when sung by Astrud Gilberto and coated by Andy Williams as The us fell in really like with the sultry Brazilian audio.

The band showcased the outstanding vocals and musicianship of direct guitarist Kleber Jorge Pimenta, who took middle stage and complemented the imposing existence of Leonardo Nobre on bass. Nobre begun the next established right after intermission with a mesmerizing solo out of the shadows with a Bossa Nova piece called “Different Beat” as the band went up-tempo with an Afro-jazz fusion mix that bundled “Dindi,” a sultry romantic ballad that John Lucien created well known with a slight Caribbean twist far better acknowledged as “Jinji.”

“Portuguese poetry is so stunning and translates so effectively to English lyrics,” explained lead vocalist and cultural interpreter Diana Purim Moreira, whose sturdy design was complemented by a polished, properly-well balanced, and simpatico band that hardly ever performed about her.

Her spouse, Krishna Booker, added a Hip-Hop go over with his facet collection of whistles, shells, and tambourine alongside with his bongos. And guide guitarist Kleber Jorge Pimenta and bassist Leonardo Nobre backed up Diana with a blend of harmonious vocals that came jointly like the “One Note Samba” or “Samba De Una Nota So.”

Bassist Leonardo Nobre and drummer Sandro Feliciano. Photograph by Malcolm Lewis Barnes.

Musical director and keyboardist Sandro Rebel Jr. featured special silent forest sounds ranging to music beatbox notes that went with the soft history lighting and that snare drummer Sandro Nogueira Feliciano blended into the shadows to let the samba dance moves and vocals of Kleber and Leonardo to shine.

Diana took the time to reveal the relevance of the four-working day Carnival to daily Brazilians, who annually completely transform into their celebration persona. Closing with “È Festa” (“It’s a Party”), the Brazilian All Stars’ pure harmony and rhythmic pleasure experienced the audience at the freshly renovated Robert Parilla Executing Arts Centre demanding an encore and dancing in the aisles.

Kleber Jorge Pimenta. Image by Malcolm Lewis Barnes.

The Robert E. Parilla Carrying out Arts Centre is situated on the campus of Montgomery Community Higher education in Rockville and characteristics an unusually comfortable 525-seat amphitheater with ceiling-to-floor acoustics and recessed lighting that almost eliminates rear spotlight glare.

The concert was planned to have two 45-minute sets with a 10-moment intermission but the bar support was in these types of demand from customers that intermission was prolonged to 20 minutes. Then the second established ran more than 45 minutes, stopping two listed encores as the enthusiastic group referred to as for more music.

The Brazilian All Stars done Oct 22, 2021, at the Robert E. Parilla Executing Arts Heart, which offers a Guest Artist Series, a Higher education Sequence, a Children’s Series, a New music Collection, and Films. For additional details and the finish timetable of forthcoming performances, check out the venue’s web page.

Brazilian All Stars Current Lineup:
Drums: Sandro Nogueira Feliciano
Guitar/Vocal: Kleber Jorge Pimenta
Keys: Sandro Pereira Rebel Jr
Bass: Leonardo Nobre
Percussion: Krishna B Booker
Lead vocal: Diana Purim Moreira Booker