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Band Flirt. Photo: Disclosure.

Project 'Pan Music' brings eclectic attractions in November

Shows will be held on Sundays at SESC Sorocaba

Set Girl Finger. Photo: Xavier karime.

Set Girl Finger. Photo: Xavier karime.

The "Pan Music", that brings to the public musical performances accompanying the special menu of comedoria SESC Sorocaba Sunday, bring five styles of shows ranging from the root samba to blues. All presentations will be held at 13h, in the living area, and have free entrance and free age rating.

The Girl finger joint will open the project on November 1. The group emerged from the meeting of musicians with different musical experiences. In the show, instruments of popular and classical music interact with ease in original arrangements. The repertoire, that goes from samba to choro, emphasizes the great composers of Brazilian music.

Nestles Barros. Photo: Disclosure.

Nestles Barros. Photo: Disclosure.

On 8 November, the singer and instrumentalist Annie Barros and guest musicians will present the "Samba da nests", show in order to explore, study and disseminate the "samba root". The group will make a trip within the samba aspects and will provide the public an opportunity to hear classic immortalized in the voices of Dona Ivone Lara, Clara Nunes, Clementina de Jesus, Martinho da Vila, Candle, Alcyone, Top Hat, among other masters of Brazilian music.

The Band Flirt is the attraction of the day 15 November. With reflection and approach of the traditional influences of the band to technical improvement and other musical influences of each member, the group creates a unique sound, adding a unique sound to partying environment, religious, profane, commemorative and traditional rustic.

Grupo Orumalé. Photo: Disclosure.

Grupo Orumalé. Photo: Disclosure.

The group will perform at Orumalé day 22 November. The group seeks a guided musical poetics of musical culture of research Candomble Alaketu, building bridges with the Arab musicality, African, african-Brazilian and Sacred Music of the European Tradition. The group seeks to recreate in a poetic way the dynamics of a Xirê (Party / Dance of the Orishas).

The series of presentations ends on 29 November, com o show do Dockery Duo, an acoustic blues work composed by blues man Paul Gazelle and guitarist Bruno Mothe. Or use acoustic instruments (the harmonica and the steel string guitar), even rustic instruments like the Double and the "Cigar Box Guitar" (improvised guitar with a cigar box like body) They lead the public to an atmosphere which refers to the core of rural Blues.

Dockery Duo. Photo: Disclosure.

Dockery Duo. Photo: Disclosure.

Service:

Girl finger
Day 1/11, Sunday, 13h

Local: Sesc Sorocaba, living area, Rua Barão de Piratininga, 555, College Garden
Rating: free
Value: free

Samba Annie
Day 8/11, Sunday, 13h

Local: Sesc Sorocaba, living area, Rua Barão de Piratininga, 555, College Garden
Rating: free
Value: free

Band Flirt. Photo: Disclosure.

Band Flirt. Photo: Disclosure.

Band Flirt
Day 15/11, Sunday, 13h

Local: Sesc Sorocaba, living area, Rua Barão de Piratininga, 555, College Garden
Rating: free
Value: free

Orumalé
Day 22/11, Sunday, 13h

Local: Sesc Sorocaba, living area, Rua Barão de Piratininga, 555, College Garden
Rating: free
Value: free

Dockery Duo
Day 29/11, Sunday, 13h

Local: Sesc Sorocaba, living area, Rua Barão de Piratininga, 555, College Garden
Rating: free
Value: free

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Parking lot:
For enrolled at Sesc = R$ 4,00 the first hour and R$ 1,00 for additional time.

Not Enrolled = R $ 8,00 the first hour and R$ 2,00 for additional time.

More info:
(15) 3332-9933 or sescsp.org.br/sorocaba

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