Jan 17 – 20

Romero Lubambo & Rafael Piccolotto de Lima Chamber Orchestra Project Unavailable Online

Jazz at Lincoln Center

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Romero Lubambo is a Brazilian guitar virtuoso and one-third of the unstoppable Trio da Paz—a group that sells out Dizzy’s Club every summer for two weeks straight—and a longtime member of Dianne Reeves’s band. Tonight he joins the Rafael Piccolotto de Lima Chamber Project, an elite 12-piece orchestra that “explores the musical possibilities between jazz, classical, and Brazilian music.” The group’s unusual instrumentation—a string section, a jazz wind section, and a Brazilian rhythm section—allows the award-winning composer and conductor to present a truly unique musical soundscape. Tonight’s repertoire is a real crowd-pleaser, featuring works by Antônio Carlos Jobim, Pixinguinha, João Bosco, and Romero’s own acclaimed originals.
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Runtime

75 minutes

Pricing

From $25

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