The 8thBrazilian Heart Celebration
Saturday, March 2nd @ Kelman Theater (Electric Lodge)
Two Shows: 7pm and 9pm. One Night Only. First come, first serve.
1416 Electric Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90291
Brazilian Heart Music and Kátia Moraes proudly present The 8th Brazilian Heart, a Celebration: Songs of Protest & Changean annual performance series in homage of renowned Brazilian artists. The performance will be for one night only: Saturday, March 2nd at 7 PM and 9 PM at the Kelman Theater in the Electric Lodge, located at 1416 Electric Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90291.
In this year's celebration, twelve female singer/songwriters recognize International Women's Day. Performing music inspired by Brazilian and American protest songs, the women will weave songs, poetry, and stories that remind us how art can inspire social change. The performance also salutes Tropicalia master Gilberto Gil.
To quote Moraes, "This world needs a magic touch; this is why we’re here making art; to light up the spaces in between cultures.”
Featuring Ana Barreiro, Ana Gazzola, Diana Purim, Emina Shimanuki, Kana, Kátia Moraes, Liz Kinnon, Marcele Berger, Mariana Leite, Nando Duarte, Natália Spadini, Poliana Magalhães, and Sonia Santos.
This event is generously sponsored in part by Dolores and David Mead, Lederer & Nojima LLP, Vanessa Luongo-Yasment, Miriam Pellegrino (Ubatuba Açaí), Neal Barbera, Bengi Hanyaloglu and Peter Grandsard, Mandy and Pete Johnson, Bill and Leonor Koontz, Judy Mitoma, Odete Pashaie (Brasilian Blow Dry Salon), John Crahan, Cecilia Noel, Melinda Kelly, Suzanne Alpert, and in collaboration with The Electric Lodge.
The General Consulate of Brasil in Los Angeles supports this event.
Parking is complimentary for patrons arriving at least 20 minutes before each performance.
Special Thank you to Marcia Argolo, Jorge Vismara, Peter Lownds, and Deborah Edler-Brown.
Flyer design by Teresita Santos