Upcoming Events |
36th Brazilian Carnaval, February 18th, 2012 at El Parador Restaurant.
You are all invited to come and dance with the best Brazilian Band in Tucson. After a two year hiatus, the band is better than ever with the come back of Orestes Morfin who has just concluded his tour with his band Bitch Magnet through Europe and Asia. This year, we have new songs, and new members added to the band. Carnaval will take place at El Parador Mexican Restaurant on Feb. 18th 2012. Tickets will be $12 at the door without costume and $10 with costumes. You may also buy your tickets for $10 at Antigone Books after February 1st, 2012. 21 and older only!! We hope to see you there!
Tucson Meet Yourself 2010, October 9th at 6pm at the Main Stage
You are welcome to join us at the Main Stage of Tucson Meet Yourself. This year the set up has been changed and the other stages are now considered secondary stages. This Main Stage will have the "Carnaval" music of the World. We will open the night at 6pm. The Main Stage is located between the TCC and the Leo Rich Music Hall. Come and dance with us, we'll see you there!!!!
34th Brazilian Carnaval, February 13th, 2010
You are welcome to join us on the 28th year that the Brazilian Community of Tucson and Sambalanco celebrate Carnaval at El Parador. More details forthcoming.
Brazilian Week, September 7-13, 2009
Come and experience Brazilian Culture in Tucson through our unique venues, during the week of September 7-13. We will have participating restaurants serving Brazilian Food, we will offer a Film Festival, Percussion classes with Mestre Sombra of the winning school of Samba "Mocidade Alegre" 2009. And our Independence Carnaval at El Parador on Sept. 12 at 9:00pm. It will be fantastic night with the marvelous and authentic music of Brazil.
Brazilian Carnaval, February 21, 2009 at 9:00pm
Come and experience the unique sound of Brazil at El Parador on Feb. 21 at 9:00pm.
If you come with a costume, the ticket will cost $8.00. If you do not want to use one, then the ticket is $10.00
It will be fantastic night with the marvelous and authentic music of Brazil.
Tucson Meet Yourself, Outubro 11, 2008 at 9:00pm City Hall Stage
Come and dance with the best Brazilian dancing band in Tucson. We will have an incredible extravaganza with the inclusion of a Sam's Brazilian Band, Sambalanco Dancers and Capoeira Malandragem. Meet us at 9:00pm at the City Hall Stage at 9:00pm and come ready to dance!
Semana Brasileira, Setembro 1-6, 2008 (Brazilian Week, September 1-6,2008)
This is a first time celebration of Brazilian, Culture, Arts, Cuisine, Music, Literature and History, through exhibitions, workshops, and Conferences within the City limits of Tucson, The University of Arizona and Pima Community College. For more information please check the following site:
Dim Sum and Then Some (A Foreign Affair)
Sambalanço will accompany The Reveille Chorus on April, 25th, 26th and 27th at the Berger Performing Arts Center.
Tickets: $10 Students, $15 in advanced, $15 Seniors and $20 Door. The Berger Performing
Arts Center is located at 1200 W. Speedway Blvd.
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Brazilian Artists and Us
Mario Pam from Ilé Aiyé - Maestro Ari Colares and Carola - Roberto Bill and Carola
Jair from Timbalada - Reinaldo from Terrasamba - Ivan Lins in concert
Luciana Souza and Carola - Ari Colares - Caetano Veloso and Carola
Nema Antunez and Carola - Marco Brito and Carola - Steve, Ivan Lins and Carola
Ivan Lins and Carola - Ivan in Concert and the Flags of ths Vila Maria Samba School in Sao Paulo
Pacote and Carola at Olodum's rehearsal - Carlinhos Brown and Margareth Menezes Live at her concert in Salvador, Bahia.
Margareth Menezes - Dida's women percussion band in Pelorinho
Dida in Pelorinho - Ivete Sangalo's concert in Salvador, Olodum's drums
Carola in class with Olodum - Surdos of Ilé Aiyé - Mario Pam of Ilé Aiyé and Bill
Vovo of Ilé Aiyé and Carola - Carola playing with Bateria of Vila Maria School of Samba in Sao Paulo