Diana Krall: a lasting relationship between jazz and bossa nova.

Diane Krall.

The Canadian artist comes to Brazil in November for exhibitions in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro; Tickets are now on sale.

With the news of the return of Diana Krall in Brazil with shows in Sao Paulo and in Rio de Janeiro, the opportunity presents itself to contemplate the strong connection that the award-winning Canadian singer and pianist maintains with Brazilian music. This affinity is manifested not only in his previous stays in Brazil, but also through his musical projects. The synergy between jazz and bossa nova establishes a profound connection that continues to captivate audiences around the world.

It was during a trip to Brazil in 2008 that Diana Krall found the inspiration to devote part of her genius to bossa nova and MPB. During her stay here she recorded the DVD entitled “Living in Rio” (launched in 2009), whose cover features a majestic image of Rio de Janeiro. In addition to this noted production, his album entitled “Quiet Nights”,presents a carefully plotted repertoire that combines jazz classics, such as ” Where and when “famous by the unique voice of Frank Sinatra, with iconic compositions by Tom Jobim, like “Garota de Ipanema”, which takes on a new look as “The Boy from Ipanema”, and “Este Seu Olhar”, sung with a subtle touch of Portuguese language in its interpretation. The album also introduces us to the enchanting “Really nice”, the English version of “Samba de Verão”, written by the brothers Marcos and Paulo Sérgio Valle.

As we eagerly await the arrival of November, we can enjoy their latest release, “This dream of you”, which has been the subject of fervent praise from fans and specialist critics. Diana Krall’s artistic singularity transcends the boundaries of musical genres, placing her as one of the preeminent artists of our time. As the New York Times recently noted, her voice is “both cold and sensual, mixed with rhythmic sophistication.” Krall’s eclectic repertoire fits harmoniously into the culturally rich and vibrant atmosphere of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.

The shows are presented by Dance Marketingas part of the famous project Open Jazza platform that has already captivated more than 450,000 viewers, and whose path to success is paved with renowned artists such as Buddy Guy, Chaka Khan, Herbie Hancock, Dianne Reeves, Brandford Marsalis, Macy Gray, Banda Mantiqueira and Traditional Jazz Band, among others.

To buy your tickets for the show on Rio de Janeirovisit the Sympla website

To buy your tickets for the show on Sao Paulovisit the Eventim website

For more information, visit official site.

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