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Brazil - Venezuela Exchange
Claudia Mello, audiovisual producer, invites the sculptor and traditional culinary expert Wagner from the countryside buffet "Comida da Roça" anda Carlos Gonzales (Carlos Gil), sculptor and venezuelan craftsman to participate in an exchange of knowledges and craftsmanship in the traditions of both countries.
Claudia Mello
Audiovisual producer with emphasis in cultural manifestations and exchanges, memory and oral records and the content production to community broadcasters in the state of São Paulo countryside, with headquarters in Taubaté - Paraíba Valley region - São Paulo.
Wagner Campos
Countryside traditional cooking chef, born in 19/12/1974, in Taubaté (São Paulo state), participated in many cultural gastronomic events such as Revelando São Paulo, gastronomic countryside circuit and other events of this nature, which will be challenged to cook his main recipe, using elements of the venezuelan gastronomical culture, having the sculptor Carlos Gonzales as his sous chef.
Carlos Gonzales
Sculptor and craftsman, born in 15/07/1958, in Valencia - Venezuela, with permanent entry in Brazil on January 8th of 2010. Sculptor and craftsman, works with wood and iron, participates in craftsmanship and arts fairs. His work is divided into practical and artistic items. He will be challenged to produce an characteristic item of his country with Paraíba Valley elements as raw material, having Chef Wagner as his assistant.
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The initiative is a result of project Quitutes & Batuques.
It is a cultural trip in the history of both artists. Paths, mismatches (ou misencounters) and encounters, cultural similarities and differences, from countryside Brazil and Uruguay. At the same time, the power of empathy and partership, capable to rupture borders and create possibilities.
Moreno Overá
Moreno Overá was born in Campinas (Brazil), son and grandson of mineiros (people from the Minas Gerais State in Brazil). Singer and composer, carries in his work the nature of his origins. Acts in the musical circuit since 1985, playing in many cities in the brazilian states of Minas Gerais, Goiás, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Paraná, Rio Grande do Sul and in Buenos Aires (Argentina) Belonged to many groups, partners and styles, being always a singer and versatile composer. In Paraty (Brazil), integrated in the AVA ARA group, ethinical "guarani" music, a fusion of contemporary genres and the guarani music. Institutes in the same city, in 2006, the "OS NOVOS CAIPIRAS" group, in which deepens his research in Countryside Guitar (Viola Caipira) and traditional brazilian music genres. Since 2009, integrates as instrumentalist the TARANCÓN group, with great success in the seventies and eighties, pioneer in spread and mixture brazilian and latin american music. Currently lives in São Luiz do Paraitinga (São Paulo - Brazil) and has been dedicating to the Countryside Guitar (Viola Caipira) and the diffusion of brazilian folklore in an present and relaxed way. Since 2016, develops productions and plays in the Carnaval events in Bloco do Barbosa throughout the Paraíba Valley region (Brazil). Presented in many Divino festivals in São Luiz do Paraitinga.

Enters the Libélula group, which accompanies singer and composer Ieda Terra with whom participated in the Mata Atlântica Festival and toured with Proac in 2017. Participated in the Viola Paulista project, in 2018, directed by Ivan Vilela, CD with the SESC label.

Jonathan Andreoli
Uruguayan musician, drummer and percussionist, lives in Brazil since 2004, integrated, in his country of origin, many groups of Rock, Blues, Pop, Folk and Uruguayan Popular Music. Recorded and participated works with Luis Perequê, Moreno Overá, Ciranda Elétrica, Realidade Negra, Ieda Terra, Randhal de Oliveira, Ivan Vilela, among others. Create the percussion group Candombe Ilú Ayiê, and the El Latinazo, that portrayed frm Centro América. He acted twice as coordinator and artistic director of ENAGRA, international latin american music event in Angra dos Reis (Rio de Janeiro - Brazil)

Played in concerts with Sá e Guarabira, Chico César and Tita Parra (grand daughter of Violeta Parra) with whom also recorded.

Shared musical works with Gilberto Gil, Leninne and Luiz Melodia.

Since 2010, integrates the legendary group Tarancón.

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We will tell our personal trajectories in music, bringing memorable facts, works and our biggest influences. We will also present out trajectory as a duo, and at last, our compositions, that are the result of this research and musical experience. Beyond the result, we will share curiosities as the conception of the arranges and inspiration to the creations.
Angela Coltri
Flutist, arranger and brazillian composer. Estudied at the Tatuí Conservatory, attending MPB & Jazz and Choro courses, (EMESP) São Paulo State School of Music, an in the University of São Paulo. Acts mainly on choro, samba and latin jazz. Has played with artists such as como Criolo, Fabiana Cozza, Amilton Godoy and Oswaldinho da Cuíca. Integrates as scholarship holder the Choro group of Tatuí Conservatory and recorded the album Movimento Sincopado, along the homonym collective, integrating the Coisa da Antiga and André Parisi & Língua Brasileira groups. Acts also as arranger and instrumentalist in phonographic productions with groups such as Toinho Melodia and Conjunto Picafumo, Pagode da 27 and Samba de Dandara. Along colombian guitarist José Valencia, develops the "Duo entre Latinos" project, that presents a route trhough various rythms of latin american music, besides their own compositions.
José Valencia
Guitarist and colombian researcher. Participated in many musical projects in his country, among them, two phonographic productions with Común Tres group and one with the Juvenile Symphonic Orchestra of Colombia. Acts as istrumentalist and researcher of traditional latin american music. Since 2013, lives in Rio de Janeiro to attend to master degree classes in the Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro - UNIRIO, in which developed a project that promotes a dialog between the music of his country and brazilian music. In Rio de Janeiro is the guitarist to the Choro-Bambuco trio, and the Latinoamericano group, with this group participate in the tour of the 5th Art between people circuit through seven citieis in Brazil. Lately develops in the city of São Paulo the duo "Entre Latinos", performing a tour through many rhythms of latin american music such as Son Cubano, Salsa, Cúmbia Colombiana, Merengue Venezuelano, Milonga Argentina, amongst others.
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Documentary produced between the partnership of the NGO Cisarte and Monica Ancapi. About the trajectory of this artist, indigenous descendant of the Mapuche people, that came to Brazil, as a child with her parents and today has a trajectory of national and international success, where she works with highlight to the urban arts in the muralism and Graffiti technics.
Helerson Oliveira
Since his childhood, with 10 years old, he observed and percieved the architectural change of the city, I recall wanting to register the old houses, know of every history and to be amazed by the establishment of the mobile telephone network in the cities, the quantity of mobile phone antennas skewered in the urban landscape. My favorite tours were the museums and historical cities. I followed the hip hop movement closely, participating in workshops and attending to shows and events on the main strands of Dance, Dj, Rap and the Graffiti. At the end of my teenhood, i liked and attended to many styles of art, but i decided to study the way of written communication, make journalism with the intent to register the social contrast. In a phrase or a "concept" it always repeated itself...

"Those that can't remember the past are doomed to repeat it" George Santayana

I felt the need and scarcity of our country to not be able to solve its problems and relive the same issues of the past. I thoght seriously to follow the career of investigative journalism, and with that came a great desire for the image, easiness and dynamism to photograph and eternalize an instant. Influenced by Cartier Bresson, Sebastião Salgado and Araquem Alcântara. However, we live in a country that investigative journalism suffers with the sores of impunity. I followed the path of self knowledge and spirituality and did not leave the documental path aside. I am self-taught and began with an analog camera in the times of film development (revelação de filme). I chose to register the street arts and "invisible" people in 2005. In 2008, i began to register the Consolação region, the Augusta Street, specifically, and the constat change in street arts. I made many friends and knew many people from the graffiti.

In 2013, i began to work exclusively in the area of audiovisial, photography, video, editing, content production for the internet. My prevalent language is the documental, registering the "ordinary", the common, the basic, it is like putting a macro lens onto a flower, or something extremally commom, and percieve that it can transforme into something extraordinary. I keep registering and following the changes in many parts of the city. I believe that as the time passes, the work becomes more relevant.

Santa Monica (Monica Ancapi)
Brazil and Chile
Santa Monica (Monica Ancapi), Mapuche and born in the city of Temuco, Chile. And with residency on the ABC (São Paulo neighbor region). Graduated in Visual Arts and Education of Arts, post graduated in Eduction of Arts and with a specialization in Illustration by the ECA/USP (School of Communication and Arts, University of São Paulo) The artist currently works with urban arts in the technique of muralism and Graffiti in São Paulo.

As an artist, she's inspired and develops her poetic creation in her works in a feminine universe, animals, and merging with her characters inspired by nature that are the main theme of the context in her creations. An given a chance to touch nature and reverence for it is the inspiration in which she sees herself in the obligation to preserve its richness. And shows, from these, all her sensitivity and tenderness in her works that "plasma" by the streets, screens and other stands.

And her arts has a conceptual character and as of today is in the phase of intense colors and with all of them creating an unique construction of many thematic creations with its delicate wavy lines giving its own characteristics of organic shapes and keeping its digital identity. Or sometimes uses a few colors composed by 3 of her preferential colors that became a brand within its context of creation.

The artists participates in many artistic residencies, hassl, biennals and arts contests in Brazil and abroad. She has works in private colletions within the country she lives and among other countries such as Argentina, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, Chile, Peru, Canada, China and others.

Her works have been published in books in Chile, USA, Brazil and in TV channels such as Rede Globo (Encontro com Fátima Bernardes Show), Cultura TV, among others. And also in relevant online magazines such as Catraca Livre, Uol, Folha de São Paulo, Terra, Psyche, Chile en Evidencia, Peru 21, You tube, Estadão, IssupportStreetArt and others.

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"Acidente" is an audiovisual trilogy that seeks to build dialogue between Brazil and Uruguay in pandemic times. Beyond the countless differences between these two countries (unparalleled under certain parameters), these countries lives an diametrically opposite reality in the pandemic conjecture which sediments distinc forms of living the daily lives, to percieve past and present, and to project the future. The neighbor country has the pandemic under control and the people leads a much less disruptive live than in Brazil, where there is no centralized strategy in fighting the virus.

This project proposes to research the poethics and aesthetics that emerges from each one of these realities at the same time in which intends to speculate on a future that bilateral potentialities are feedbacked.

The proposal of "Acidente" is to make 3 songs with its respective audiovisual. One song is composed by Fernando Velázquez, with lyrics witten by Francisco Lapetina, one song is composed by Francisco Lapetina, with lyrics by Fernando Velázquez, and lastly a song composed by 4 hands. The literary thematic and visual will seek to explore the daily experiences of each one of the artists in his own context, and the musical part will investigate fusions between the musical traditions of the two countries. The song that will be composed by 4 hands will reflect on the imaginary that bonds these two countries, more than an aesthetic speculation about the past in common, as a form to picture the future of collaboration and empathy.
Fernando Velázquez
Fernando Velázquez (Montevideo-Uruguay, 1970) is an artist and curator. Master in Fashion, Art and Culture, his production unfolds in many means, from painting to the new medias. Investigates and explores the techinical devices as mediation agents in the surroundings of nature/culture. Lives and works in São Paulo since 1997
Site: fernandovelázquez.art

Francisco Lapetina
Francisco Lapetina (Montevideo-Uruguay, 1970) is a musician, composer, sound artist, educator, musical and audiovisual producer. In addition to his authoral production, that includes 5 albums, produces music for movies, theatrical shows, circus and contemporary dance. Lives and works in Montevideo.
Site: franciscolapetina.com

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Sudamérica Letters
The project is built on the reading of 3 letters written by Rico Dalasam, which continues the artist's recently released work, the album "Dolores Dala Guardião do Alívio". These letters, as well as the soundtrack, highlight the love life of a young black man from the South America, the construction of affections in his daily issues from an Afro-Latin perspective. Poetically, Rico says he is drawing a heart where, daily, a lot is erased. In the process of writing the letters, the author meets the Uruguayan artist Darío Marroche who graphically develops a style and language that goes along the work of Rico Dalasam in the printing of these letters.

The aim is to unite form and content, so they can not only be read, but also develop other artistic functions, evolving in various ways.
Rico Dalassam
Singer, songwriter and rapper from São Paulo - SP - Brazil. Defying normality in musical and gender issues, claims the attention of national critics due to its rhythmic novelty. Defying the notion of normality in music and gender issues, inaugurates the Queer Rap Brasil scene. At the age of 25, after having already worked as a hairdresser and fashion editor, he joined national rap, becoming one of the main bets of contemporary national music. His first work, EP Modo Diverso, brought together 6 authorial songs that chronicle his life experiences as a young, black and gay man, living on the outskirts of the greater São Paulo. Spokesperson for a speech full of pride in what he has lived and, especially for what he is, he has already launched two video clips on the main television networks of the country, reaching more than half a million people on the internet. He released his second album, "Dolores Dala, the guardian of relief", already on all digital platforms. The album is described as a fable about being born an amulet, delivering magic and dying in charm. “Everything from the perspective of black affectivity”, in the artist's words.
Darío Marroche
Darío Marroche vive e trabalha em Montevidéu. Graduado em arquitetura e design gráfico, atua como editor em artes visuais, coordenando microutopias; estúdio editorial e produção gráfica em torno de impressos e livros de artista com projetos de vários temas e narrativas, antifascistas e dissidentes, de uma perspectiva cotidiana, subjetiva e micro.
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The connection between Sol Aravena and Danilo Barros was born in the mystic background of Peteh Tikvah (Israel) in between research and studies of spirituality... Today, separated by the ocean and by the rules applied by the current pandemic, they decided to create something that spoke of distance, love and its frequencies... Sol Dan and the Sound.
Dan Barros
Raised in a home of many mixtures, Danillo Soledade Yared de Barros grows immersed in music in all of its forms.
Listening to black music at its best, Nina Simone, Billie Paul, Miria Makiba, Barry Withe , Tony Tornado, Diana Ross, Ray Charles and under the influence of popular brazilian music such as Tim Maia, Chico Buarque, Milton Nascimento, Gilberto Gil, Roberto Carlos, Tom Jobin, Vinicius and others... Danilo was connected to the "rodas de samba de raiz" (Samba music meetings) since his early age, once his father, Samir Jozé Yared de Barros was director of one of the most influential Schools of Samba (Samba community that participates in Carnaval Parades) of his city, the Império Bohemios do Morro. Danillo receives music in its great essence having trough his teenhood his first band with authorial works at the age of 13 years. For years, researching the most diverse aesthetics of regionality, of jongo, capoeira, tambor de crioula, tambor de mina, even contemporary Jazz and the Neo Soul, Dan Barros is adding to his own soul the sound impressions though the paths he crosses.

Sol Aravena
Started her meeting with music at 11 years old studying classical piano. When choosing a career, the daughter of Coyahique in south Chile in South America decides to consider her innate talents and studies composition in the Modern Music School, where she graduate with honors in 1999.Along with that, she begins playing at local stages with the band Sol Azul

Her album, Historia-leyenda (1996) incorporated "Atrevete a amar", as a song to a TV show (Adrenalina). The very dancing theme leaped with insistence to the radios, becoming the most scheduled show in 1996 in Chile. Sol Azul and her album HIstoria Leyenda were released in 1996 by Warner Music. The great radio success of "Atrevete a amar", her first single, left Sol Azul as one of the greatest hits in the musical career of Sol Avarena as a singer, who since 1999 was engaged in the project Muza.

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Carlinhos Antunes from Brazil and Luiz Cabrera from Cuba play together for more than 20 years.

Both acted and act in various commom formation, in Duos, Trios, Quartets, Quintets,

culminanting in the Mundada Refugi Orchestra, directed by Carlinhos which contemplates musicians from various parts of the world.

There are hundreds of albums, videos and documentaries that capture these sounds played in many theaters and cities in Brazil, and other parts of the world.

To the Quitutes e Batuques Festival, the Duo prepared a repertoire that shares part of this experience giving enphasis to melodies and rhythms from the african continent.

In additon to the Duo, in the final presentation video, we will have another Duo with Gabriel Levy from Brazil on the accordion and Camilo Zorilla from Chile on percussion. .

Themes from Venezuaela, Cuba, Peru, Chile, Argentina and Brazil, composers such as Violeta Parra, Cecilia Todd, Astor Piazzolla, Orlando Rojas, Mauro Nuñez,Ruben Rada, Carlinhos Antunes and Gabriel Levy will be played and registered in videos especially made for the Festival.

On the repertoire, amongst other themes, we will have:
María Rosa - Carlinhos Antunes
El Viento - Carlinhos Antunes y Gabriel Levy
Candombe para Gardel - Ruben Rada
Cancion y Huayno - Rojas / Nuñez
Latina - Carlinhos Antunes
Pajarillo Verde - Cecilia Todd
Libertango - Astor Piazzolla
Carlinhos Antunes
Musician an historian. Plays guitar, viola, tiple, charango, cuatro, kora n’goni, saz and various percussion instruments. His main characteristic is to travel and research sounds from various parts of Brazil and the world, with a respected national and international career.

He has 25 works produced among CDs. DVDs and documentaries. He is director of the Mundana Orchestra, that completed 15 years in 2017, and is now called Mundana Refugi Orchestra, with 22 musicians from Brazil and various parts of the world, starting from Project Refugi. Musicians from Iran, Palestine, Syria, Congo, China, Cuba, France, Guinea, Tunisia, Turkey are part of the Orchestra and recorded a CD released by the SESC label in 2017.

There were 45 countries and he has acted as a soloist or in group, participating in the great festivals. Acted in Brazil, on the main venues, such as Sala São Paulo, Espaço das Américas, Tom Brasil, Auditório Ibirapuera, Sesc Pompéia, Vila Mariana e Pinheiros, Teatro São Pedro and Teatro Municipal.

With 41 years of career, he has acted and played with graet names from Brazil and abroad, such as Tom Zé, Adoniram Barbosa, Jair Rodrigues, Vânia Bastos, Fátima Guedes, Filó Machado, Oswaldinho do Acordeom, Grupo Tarancón, Badi Assad, Terra Brasil, Susana Baca do Peru, Carlos Nuñes and Canisares da Espanha, Paul Winter from USA, Mahala Räi Band and Ionel Manole Trio (Taraf de Haidouks) from Romenia, Isabel Parra and Tita Parra from Chile, Carácas Son Siete from Venezuela, Samir and Wissan Jubran from Palestine, Antonio Chainho from Portugal, Siwan Perver from Kurdistan, Grupo 4SHURE from Netherlands, Pascal Lefeuvre from France, Petros Tabourius from Greece, Xabi Lozano from Spain, Tenores de Bitti, from Italy, Bilja Bistri from Serbia, Djiguiya from Burkina Faso, Chris Stout from Scotland, amongst many other artists. In 2018 he was a finalist to the Prize of best instrumentalist artist.

Luis Cabrera
Born in Cuba, in Camaguey and graduated in saxophone in the Professional School of Music "José White", on the same city.

After playing for two years in the army band of Holguín, went to Havane, being part of bands that achieved great international success such as "Afrocuba", from singer Sílvio Rodrigues and in the band of Issac Delgado, singer of NG "a Banda", with whom participated in many festivals of music trhoughout the world, including Japan, Europe and Latin America.

Lives in Brazil since 1999 and has played with many names from popular brazilian music, such as Sizão Machado, Bocato, Milton Nascimento, Pedro Camargo Mariano, Wilson Simoninha, Elsa Soares, Elba Ramalho, Fernanda Porto, amongst others.

At the moment, maintains various projects with cuban pianist Yaniel Matos, participating in his most recent CD, besides being part of the Mundana Orchestra, led by multi instrumentalist, composer and producer Carlinhos Antunes, in a project of ethnic music, with songs form the world, translated to the brazilian language, in a own way, authorial. He is also participating in the band from singer Diogo Poças.

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The fruitful meeting between musicians Gabriel Levy and Camilo Zorrilla is part of the festival Quitutes e Batuques. Accordion, percussion and voices mix with delicacy and strength in a South American repertoire. Chamamé, zamba, cumbia and tonadas will cheer up the festival along with the guests Carlinhos Antunes and Luis Cabrera. Unmissable!!
Gabriel Levy
Accordionist, pianist, arranger, composer, educator, producer, musical director of dozens of CDs and several multicultural festivals. He performed in shows and CDs alongside important Brazilian and international artists of the most different styles and in some of the most important Brazilian works focused on world music: Mawaca, Mundana Orchestra, Mutrib, Trio Kagurazaka, Waon, Sami Bordokan, Fortuna, etc. He was portrayed in the documentary “O Milagre de Santa Luzia” about Brazilian accordionists. He had compositions performed by great world artists such as Duo Assad, Yo yo Ma, Paquito d'Rivera among others, participating in tours in Europe, Latin America and the Far East. He has performed with his own group playing his compositions inspired by songs from around the world. He was nominated, in 2013, for the Brazilian Music Award as Best Producer and, in 2016, as Best Instrumentalist. In 2015, he was awarded by PROAC for his authorial instrumental CD: “Terra e Lua” and, in 2019, he received the Prize Catavento (Rádio Cultura) for instrumental music.

He applies his continental musical research to music education, teaching in education courses, music education congresses and symposiums besides music festivals throughout Brazil such as Londrina, Curitiba, Ourinhos and abroad, in countries such as Germany and Argentina. He taught at EMIA, ULM and Faculdade Cantareira. Co-author of the collection “Brincadeiras Musicais da Palavra Cantada” (7 editions) among other publications. He is the musical director of multicultural festivals such as “ETHNO Festival”, “Encounters of Music and Dance of the World” (Bahia), “Na Dança” (SP), coordinated the Balkan Music and Dance Festival (Sesc). His master's degree in Music Creation Processes at ECA-USP generated the World Music Practice course that led to the creation of the group “The Magnificent Paulistana Orchestra of World Music” that he directs.

Camilo Zorilla
Camilo Zorilla is a Chilean percussionist residing in São Paulo. he has disseminated south american musical instruments in works of fusion and courses. Graduated between Santiago (Chile), Havana (Cuba), Barcelona (Spain) and São Paulo (Brazil). He studied various methods of learning percussion and rhythm around the world, and today he works as a percussionist, singer, drummer and producer on various musical projects in Brazil, Chile and Europe. Since 2012 he lives in São Paulo, where he also works as a teacher applying the knowledge of the rhythms of America and the world.
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Salsa is a musical genre originated in Cuba in the second half of the 19th century from the cultural miscegenation between the spanish flamenco and the african rythyms brought to the american continent by the black diaspora. In the 21th century, this music has evolved plenty, went through various phases and transformations, and disseminated throughout all continents of the planet.

In Brazil, Professor Edwion Pitre PhD, from Panama, is a pioneer in Salsa through all his activities as a musician, professor and communication agent. The music "Vem Pá Cá", of his authorship, is part of the repertoire of his band Son Caribe, that acts and diffuses Salsa in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and many cities in national territory since the beginning of the 1980s.
André Juarez
- Vibraphonist, conductor, composer and arranger, graduated Magna Cum Laude by Berklee College of Music (USA), graduated in Music major by UNESP (University of the State of São Paulo/Brazil), Masters in Arts by UNICAMP (University of Campinas/Brazil), doctoral student by UFPR (Federal University of Paraná/Brazil), and bring an extense musical activity in his curriculum (didactic and artistic);
- Conductor and Professor of musical structuring in CORALUSP since 1988, having also taught music theory, perception and instrumental practice for ten years (1990 to 2000) in UNICAMP;
- Acting in the field of popular and classical music, has already presented in many brazilian and european cities, in Latin America countries, in Japan and in the USA, besides established musicians. Acted as a soloist in many orchestras (within and outside Brazil), under the conduction of great maestros.
- In his concert repertoire has executed transcriptions by Mozart, Bach and Vivald, besides some works especially written by national composers such as Almeida Prado, Ernst Mahle, and Edmundo Villani-Côrtes;
- Recorded 19 authoral albums, including the "Vibrafone Solo", from 1997, by the Selo (é nome próprio "SELO"?) Eldorado, with compositions made by more than 40 brazilian composers;
- Participated as vibraphonist in many artist's albuns
- Achieved the “Bolsa Virtuose” prize in 2001, granted by the Ministry of Culture to prominent brazilian artists in national scene, the ProAc prize by the State Secretary of Culture, the SESI prize, the International Exchange USP prize, the ProAc ICMS (3 times), and the Rouanet Law with the “Vibrafone Brasileiro” project. In 2021, won first prize in the intenational "Jazz Station", promoted by the journalist Arnaldo de Souteiro;
- Acted as vibraphonist in many bands, such as: Edwin Pitre & Son Caribe, Light Jazz Trio, Benny Goodman Sextet Revival, Mental Abstract, The Central Stcrutinizer, Tito Martino Jazz Band, AJ & André Christóvam, amongst many others;
- He is the leader of the André Juares Quartet (playing Brazilian Popular Music and Jazz), in the jazz-rock Le Petit Comité, in the "choro" (brazilian old school bohemian styled music) group Gato Preto, and conductor of the Grupo Azul from CORALUSP.

Edwin Pitre-Vásquez
- Musician, productor and investigator, 64 years old, born in Panama City, great grandson, grandson e son of colombians, lives in Brazil for forty years now.
- Graduated in choral and orchestral conduction by the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ - 1993), masters in artistic production and cultural review by the Post Graduation in Latin American Integration program by the University of São Paulo - PROLAM/USP (2000), PhD in musicology by the Communication and Arts School of the University of São Paulo (ECA/USP - 2008), and postdoctoral in Etnomusicology by the UNAM (Mexico - 2015/2016)
- Coordinator of the Etnomusicology Investigation Group by the Federal University of Paraná (Brazil); https://grupetnoufpr.com/quem-somos-novo/ ;
- Advisor to the Velas record label, to Ivan Lins and Vitor Martins in São Paulo (2000/2003)
- Record Producer to Rosa Passos, Síntesis (Cuba), Equis Alfonso (Cuba), Simón Díaz (Venezuela), Pablo Milanés (Cuba), Francis del Río (Cuba).
- Musical director of shows by Célia featuring Emílio Santiago, Zé Luiz Mazziotti, Lucinha Lins, Cauby Peixoto, Claudete Soares, Pery Ribeiro, Alaíde Costa, Jane Duboc, Wanderléa, amongst others;
- He is specialized in latin american music, with published articles in Brazil, Mexico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, USA, England and Panama in the field of Musicology and Etnomusicology
- Created in 1982, in Rio de Janeiro, the first african caribbean music group of Brazil, the “Edwin Pitre & Son Caribe” (Salsa, Merengue and Cúmbia). In 1992 migrated to São Paulo, where he reissued the group with local musicians;
- Director, producer and presenter of a radio show in Rádio Paraná Educativa, 97.1 FM, since 2019 https://grupetnoufpr.com/programa-de-radio/

In its 4th edition, or Quitutes & Batuques, it has resources from the Federal Government, or from the Ministry of Tourism, from the Special Secretariat of Culture, Lei Aldir Blanc, or from the Government of the State of São Paulo, through the Secretariat of Culture and Economy Creative.

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