BRAZILIAN WAVES IN GLOBAL MUSIC

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BRAZILIAN WAVES IN GLOBAL MUSIC

[ DOCUMENTARY SERIES 23 X 30' ]

Through interviews with David Byrne, Gilberto Gil, Devendra Banhart, M.I.A., Os Mutantes, Tom Zé, Os Mutantes, Seu Jorge, Thievery Corporation and more, Beyond Ipanema surveys the fascinating Brazilian music experience outside of Brazil. Artists, producers, DJ’s and critics analyze how the cross pollination of musical genres, cultural sampling and digital innovations have helped secure Brazil’s unique position in today’s modern global culture. The original documentary, “Beyond Ipanema”, premiered New York’s Museum of Modern Art and it went on to be shown in over 50 countries, receiving praise an awards in over 30 major film festivals. A spin-off television series with 23 episodes, shot in the United States, France, Italy, Portugal and Japan, was produced for Canal Brasil.

Drawing inspiration from music from all over the world – crossing genres of classical, jazz and old-fashioned pop, the “little orchestra” Pink Martini has been touring the globe for over 25 years. At the core of its sound, the band has Brazilian and Latin rhythms, as well as classics from Brazilian Popular Music. This segment is part of the long-running documentary series Beyond Ipanema, which investigates the repeating cycle of discovery and reprocessing of Brazilian music and culture in the USA and around the world.

BRAZILIAN WAVES IN GLOBAL MUSIC

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BRAZILIAN WAVES IN GLOBAL MUSIC

BRAZILIAN WAVES IN GLOBAL MUSIC