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The history of the Quarteto Radamés Gnattali began in 2006, with a tribute to one of the greatest Brazilian composers. The very name of the group, which reflects the interest of four musicians in promoting Latin American chamber music, is in itself an indication of their original intent.

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Trailer DVD Rio 450° - A música nos detalhes da cidade

Trailer DVD Rio 450° - A música nos detalhes da cidade

The repertoire composers who had the Rio de Janeiro as the main scenario of their musical careers. Guest guitarist Fabio Zanon.

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Brasil de Tuhu is finalist in the 4th PPM 2018

March 1st, 2018

Our beloved music education program "Brasil de Tuhu" is competing for the 2018 Professionals of Music Award, which will take place from April 16 to 21 in Brasilia. There are 10 years democratizing access to music education through didactic concerts for more than 25 thousand students and teachers of 162 public schools in 18 states of the country, besides the numerous partnerships, learning and many other actions of national impact. Follow us on social media and check out more information at ppm.art.br/votacao.

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Festival of Brazilian Contemporary Music Edino Krieger

September 26th to 30th, 2017

The Radamés Gnattali Quartet performs this next Friday, September 29th, in Florianópolis, Santa Catarina. The concert will take place at 8 pm at the Teatro Álvares de Carvalho, as part of the I MCB Edino Krieger Festival, where the winning works of the festival's composition competition will be performed. Check out all the programming on the site www.sintonizenacultura.com.br

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Radamés Gnattali String Quartet in New York

September 21st and 22nd, 2017

Next week of September, the Radamés Gnattali Quartet embarks for the United States, heading to New York, where the ensamble will make two important presentations. The first, on September 21st, the ensemble plays Villa-Lobos at Weill Hall, Carnegie Hall, commemorating the composer's 130 years of birth. The concert will be at 8pm. Tickets at $ 25 at the box office or by phone. The second concert will take place on Septembet 22nd at the Drew University auditorium in New Jersey, where the quartet will talk about Radames Gnattali and Villa-Lobos, and will play the Seresta 2 by Francisco Mignone for double string quartet alongside the Madison String Quartet. Follow the quartet also via facebook!

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