Sunday afternoons recalls songs and artists that have marked generations
Dalto opens the second season of the project of the Globe, in Copacabana, on 13 September
The audience that likes to recall successes and sing songs that have marked generations will have the opportunity to meet their favorite artists in the second season of Sunday afternoons. On 13 September, Sunday, the singer Dalto – known for songs Mirrors of water, Very strange and People -will be at the kiosk of the Globe, in Copacabana, for a free presentation at 5:00 pm. The project will have six edits, distributed biweekly, on Sundays, from September to November.
The son of poet and composer, Dalto learned to play to 15 years and soon rode his first rock band, The Hapalooses. Influenced by his idols-James Taylor, Ray Charles and the Beatles – the artist composed more than 1,000 songs before starting his solo career. In 1982, launched the hit Very strange (Take good care of me), one of the Brazilian music that more time took first place in the history of BRAZILIAN POPULAR MUSIC. Marina Lima, Beto Guedes, New Clothes, Ray Connif, Daniela Mercury, Simone, Jorge Aragão, Byafra, Zizi Possi, Erasmo Carlos, Fafá de Belém, Preta Gil, Leo Jaime, among others, I've recorded songs of Dalto.
The museum was created in 2014, the Sunday afternoons aims to remind songs and artists that have marked generations. Participated in the first season of the project the singers Hyldon, Kiko Zambianchi, Nico Rezende, Patricia Marx, in the Kiosk of the Globe, and Michael Sullivan, Mohf, and The Fevers, trucks-stage in Burned, Magé and Belford Roxo, respectively.
|Date: 13 September (Sunday)|
|Address: Globe kiosk, in Copacabana (height of Muthiah)|
27 September – Elymar Santos