Los Angeles music collective Samba Society has more than just vibrant Brazilian music to share with the audience in their upcoming show Brasil 70: Samba Soul Resistance.
Only an 1-hour flight from Rio or São Paulo, it has the best contemporary art collection in the country
Rapper Rodrigo Brandão speaks on the legacy of Sabotage, one of the greatest Brazilian artists of all times
If Cartola was alive he would be celebrating his 108th birthday. He was a singer and composer, considered a major figure in the roots of samba.
With Prince Paul, Ladybug Mecca, Rodrigo Brandão, and Don Newkirk, “Throwback to the Future” combines Brazilian samples with hip-hop beats.
From deep in the Amazon rainforest, members of the Yawanawá tribe take a journey to share centuries’ old traditions in a five-city US tour.
With hypnotic downtempo grooves, São Paulo’s singer and songwriter Luísa Maita heads North America presenting her new album, Fio da Memória.
With artworks that range from hand constructed garments, to a Tyvek cutout teepee, and hand embroidered textile, Karla remembers Brazil’s Amazon region.
Flip’s “Brazil meets Japan” creatures bring his arts to cities all over the world, from São Paulo to Tokyo to Cali’s Long Beach.
The documentary Brasil Bam Bam Bam explores Rio’s rich music scene featuring artists like Elza Soares, Ed Motta, Marcos Valle, Seu Jorge and Kassin.