Mart’nália takes Brazilian samba to the Russian audience in Moscow
The singer from Rio de Janeiro Mart’nália shook up the night of Tuesday (04) at the PowerHouse Moscow concert hall with a performance that delighted Brazilians and Russians present. The audience was composed of about 300 people, the majority being the local population.
The presentation is part of the Brasil Music Club project in Russia, which brings to the country’s capital a diversified lineup, representing Brazilian production with rhythms such as samba, jazz and carimbó. The project is carried out by Brasil, Música & Artes (BM&A) in partnership with the Ministry of Culture and the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) through the Brasil Music Exchange (BME) program.
The singer, who was so happy with the opportunity, exalted the affection she received from the Russian audience. “It was a very positive experience, I loved coming to Russia and I found the people very kind. I think the role of samba is exactly that of union and putting everyone in the same vibe, and that’s what happened here. The place also has an incredible vibe and transmits great energy to everyone present, the event is light and everyone leaves with a positive feeling”, she says.
The audience accompanied the presentation extremely happy and excited, further of dancing a lot with the Brazilian samba. The agenda of Brazil Music Club at PowerHouse in Moscow continues until July 14. This Friday, the band Sandália de Prata takes to the stage at 7:00 p.m., a warm-up for Brazil game.
7:00pm – Sandália de Prata band
5:00pm – Yangos band + Chef Alysson Muller (lunch begins to be served at 3pm)
7:00pm – Combo Cordeiro band + Chef Felipe Schaedler (dinner starts to be served at 6pm)
7:00pm – Saulo Duarte + Chef Guga Rocha (dinner starts to be served at 6pm)
7:00pm – Curumin singer
Powerhouse Moscow | Goncharnaya Ulitsa, 7/4
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The Brasil Music Exchange (BME) is a Brazilian music export project carried out through a partnership between Brasil, Música & Artes (BM&A) and the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil). The project has a long-term relation across the local music industry: labels, publishers, music festivals, studios, trade bodies, performing rights organizations and media.