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Lívia Nestrovski and Henrique Eisenmann celebrate 15 years of musical friendship exploring new pathways to combine Brazilian folk with Contemporary music in this new spectacle called BRAZILIANISM. Drawing from their experiences working with Hermeto Pascoal, Tom Zé, Paul Winter, Luciana Souza, BRAZILIANISM offers a contemporary view on classics from Carmen Miranda to Milton Nascimento and Tom Jobim.
Nestrovski is one of the most powerful and creative voices in Brazil, having toured the world performing with different ensembles, orchestras, chamber groups, always interested in expanding and discovering new unique repertoire, from German lieder to early samba, to avant-garde music. Lívia has been the recipient of numerous prizes and awards, and continues to release groundbreaking records every year.
Born in São Paulo, Brazil, Eisenmann has always been intrigued with the idea of translating different musical sonorities to the piano. Eisenmann focuses on unique collaborations with artists from all different fields: dancers, poets, and actors. Among his latest releases, the 2017 album "The Free Poetics of Henrique Eisenmann" (Red Piano Records) has drawn unanimous praise from critics across the world. Henrique is a faculty member at The Juilliard School (NYC) and the New England Conservatory in Boston.
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