The Canto a Canto Festival reaches its 3rd edition this Saturday (23), with a special participation by the singer and composer from Paraíba Chico César, who sings, for free, at Casa do Cantador, in Ceilândia.
The event, which celebrates Brazilian musical diversity, starts at 4:50 pm, with the cornerstone being laid by the band “Fanfarra Pedra Fundamental”.
The Festival brings to light local and national talents in a democratic and inclusive environment, with artistic attractions that involve regional traditions, creative economy and quality gastronomy. The party is accessible and free to all audiences.
At 5:30 pm, Pé de Cerrado will take the stage to offer us his music. At 6:20 pm, the sound of “Moinho d’Água” will flow through the air, followed by “Caco de Cuia” at 7:10 pm. At 8 pm, “Elas que Toquem” will enchant the audience, while “Martinha do Coco” will bring its magic at 8:50 pm.
Canto a Canto Festival
When: September 23rd
Where: Casa do Cantador, QNN Quadra 32 Special Area G, Ceilândia/DF
The path of the waters
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Iyalorixá Lídia de Oxum, the Luanguele Cultural Center, Ile Ax Ida Wura and Latinidades organize, this Saturday (23) and Sunday (24), the seminar “The path of the waters”, with three discussion tables around the theme “female empowerment, religious racism and the History of Candomblés de Sobradinho”.
The meeting will take place at Ile Ax Ida Wura, in Sobradinho, and will also feature cultural presentations.
Check out the full schedule and address here.
Cerrado Rabecas Orchestra tours the DF
The Orquestra de Rabecas do Cerrado promises to enchant the Federal District, during the months of September and October, starting this Saturday (23). All with free and free entry.
The group, whose mission is to promote the tradition of the Rabeca, an incredible instrument present in various manifestations of Brazilian popular culture and also in different regions of the world, will travel around the city, showing its diverse musicality.
Passing through Paranoá, Taguatinga, Ceilândia and Samambaia, the Orquestra de Rabecas do Cerrado will also bring, in each edition, very special guests, such as Martinha do Coco, Sivuquinha, Carol Carneiro, Bernardo Bittencourt, Kika Brandão and Fernando Cheflera. At the end of each group performance, a fiddle player will perform a show of their solo work, closing each edition with a big party.
The Orquestra de Rabecas do Cerrado appears in the heart of Brazil, in the Federal District, to enchant and show the strength and beauty of the fiddle to our people. Inspired by the diversity and scope of the Cerrado, the group presents a plurality of rhythms and sounds, strolling through the territories of popular culture, forró, festivities, without forgetting Arab influences, showing the fiddle as a universal instrument
– 23/09 (Saturday, 4pm) – Guest: Martinha do Coco + Forró de Rabeca with André Soneca – Praça da 28 do Paranoá
– 09/24 (Sunday, 2pm) Guest: Bernardo Bittencourt + Forró de Rabeca with Maísa Arantes – Mercado Sul de Taguatinga
– 09/24 (Sunday, 5pm) Guests: Kika and Cheflera + Forró de Rabeca with Daniel Carvalho – Mercado Sul de Taguatinga
– 01/10 (Sunday, 4pm) Guest: Sivuquinha + Performance by Rabeca with Gilson Alencar – Casa do Cantador de Ceilândia
– 10/08 (Sunday, 4pm) Guest: Carol Carneiro + Forró de Rabeca with Jéssica Carvalho – Complexo Cultural Samambaia
SESC Battle of Rimas
This Saturday (23), from 1pm, hip hop culture will be present at Praça Zumbi dos Palmares, in front of the Conic shopping center, facing the Esplanada dos Ministérios. In addition to rhyme battles between MCs from various regions of DF, Entorno and other states, DJs will also be present and MC Virgínia, a member of Viela 17.
LOCATION: Praça Zumbi dos Palmares, in front of Conic
TIME: 1 pm to 7 pm
DATE: Saturday September 23rd
Rolezão in the Square
This Friday (22nd), from 7pm, Rolezão is back at Praça do Cidadão, in Ceilândia. With a set by DJ S4K3, WELLZ and SAVANA, just arrive!
Caracas, see and Thanks to Life
“Caracas, véi”, the Ponto de Cultura that has become a reference in the DF and Gracias a La Vida, a musical project that moved Quadradinho in 2021, are together in a project that celebrates Latin American music and poetry.
The meeting, which takes place this Saturday (23rd) from 8pm, promises to bring together Gracias’ musical experience, which invites us to revisit Latin American cultural roots through iconic songs and powerful poetry from countries such as Argentina, Chile, Peru and Brazil, to Caracas, a territory that promotes and strengthens this identity, decentralizing access to culture and offering a space where artists, entrepreneurs and the community can come together, share and celebrate.
Check out the schedule here.
Barato Total, the Brazilian Music Festival
Quality musical show, with new reinterpretations of Brazilian classics from different decades, performed by a spectacular line-up of musicians, in a dancing night. This is what the production of the Barato Total party promises for Saturday, September 23rd, from 10pm, at Birosca do Conic, with tickets and amenities available on the Shotgun website.
“Totally Cheap? It’s simply an explosion of Brazilian music that makes you want to dance until dawn. A night trip with the formation of a new band, designed for the occasion. For those over 25 and looking for something authentic, this is a great choice. It’s not just a party, it’s a true cultural immersion, an artistic experience in which the magic of music and the energy of dance meet for an epic night”, explains Rafael Pops, one of the event’s organizers.
And as if that weren’t enough, the musical show is unprecedented, created exclusively to promote a dance floor with new arrangements for themes immortalized by Gal, Gil, Rita Lee and Caetano, Tim, Di Melo, Jorge Ben, Milton and company.
Scenography and costumes were also designed especially for the meeting. With references ranging from Toni Tornado, through Dancing Days, culminating in Beyoncé, the Cabaré Amazônico brand, led by Thiago Lucas and Mariana Batista, bet on ecstatic creations to adorn the night out.
Service: Cheap Total – Brazilian Music Festival
Date: September 23rd.
Location: Birosca do Conic — Sds, block E, store 3, SHCS, Brasília – DF, 70300-970.
Social networks: @numbaratotal and @biroscadoconic.
Freebies and tickets: https://shotgun.live/pt-br/events/23-09-barato-total.
Duna Duo performs in Sobradinho
On Sunday (24/9), Duna Duo, formed by musicians Adriano Rocha and Kaise Helena, will perform at the Parque dos Jequitibás amphitheater, in Sobradinho, at 10am. The event is part of the Duna Duo Project and has already passed through the Elementary Education Center 08 (CEF 08), in Sobradinho II, and the Secondary Education Center 01 (CEM 01), in Planaltina.
The Duo will be accompanied by musicians Deth Santos (drums), José Cabreira (keyboard) and Domingos Júnior (bass). Entry is free, but non-perishable food will be collected for the Lar dos Velhinhos Bezerra de Menezes, in Sobradinho.
The duo emerged in 2019, when musician Adriano Rocha invited his friend Kaise Helena to work together. Adriano has been a musician since he was 15 and Kaise comes from theater and puppetry. Last year, Duna Duo released their first album, Leve, with lyrics and music by Adriano Rocha, available on digital platforms (YouTube, Spotify, Deezer). This month, also through the Duna Duo project (FAC-DF), the album’s vinyl arrives.
The National Museum of the Republic opened two new exhibitions this Thursday (21), with exhibitions open throughout the month of September, check them out:
IN THE MIDDLE #15 — 22nd Art and Technology Meeting (#22.ART)
Curated by Malu Fragoso, Suzete Venturelli, Priscila Arantes and Tania Fraga
21 SET — 21 OUT
Ground Floor Gallery
HELENA LOPES — From Floor to Floor
Curated by Renata Azambuja
21 SEPT — 19 NOV
Tuesdays to Sundays
9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m
“Portraits” at the PÉ DiReitO Cultural Space
The work, which returns to the stages of Brasilia and has already been performed in Portugal, Spain, Venezuela, Argentina, Uruguay and Chile, is the artist’s tribute to the human soul. In Retratos, Giovane’s personal vision is expressed in dance, which he grants unity and singularity.
During the 40-minute presentation, Giovane Aguiar, like a photographer who seeks to record essence beyond image, reveres the existence of close people and great references. The session will take place on September 24th, Sunday, at 7pm, with admission at R$40 (full price), and an age rating of 18.
The personalities celebrated, through dance, are Lana, his daughter, and the singer Nina Simone and Pablo, warriors who fight daily battles, with romanticism and love, for what they believe in. Daise and Sophia, representing their friends, the latter being a woman torn between her reason and her heart. And Bola, a duo in which the choreographer dances energetically with a sphere measuring 64 centimeters in diameter.
About the show, Helena Katz, dance critic for the newspaper O Estado de São Paulo, published: “Giovane Aguiar, develops a consistent work focused on New Dance, Sol Num Quarto Vazio (Cities), Giovane Aguiar’s solo, represents a lot This way of thinking about dance is good. There is not the same type of understanding shared in other aesthetics”
Another striking feature of the play is the interaction with the audience, which rules out any hermeticism in the work. During the costume changes, carried out on stage, Giovane tells stories, jokes and laughs with the audience. In this way, the inherent subjectivity imprinted in each solo is exposed in a sincere and honest way, as in a true portrait.
(Contemporary Dance) Portraits
Location: Espaço Cultural PÉ DiReitO, Vila Telebrasília, Rua 1, nº 23 (near Unieuro)
Day and time: September 24th, Sunday, at 7pm
Tickets: R$40.00 (full) and R$20.00 (half)
Tickets and information: WhatsApp 61 9105-3286
Indicative rating: not recommended for children under 18
Source: BdF Distrito Federal
Editing: Flávia Quirino