Kátia Moraes is back with her “Brazilian Heart Celebrations” series which have paid homage to renowned artists from Brazil. In its 7th version, the new show will recognize International Women’s Day by performing the music inspired by immigrants from Brazil, and beyond. The songs will be interwoven with poetry and stories and featuring eight Brazilian female singer/songwriters living in Los Angeles.

The performance will also pay homage to the Choro master Jacob do Bandolim, who would have been 100 years old in 2018, and to the 50th Anniversary of the recording he did with bossa nova pioneer singer Elizeth Cardoso. “This world needs a magic touch and this is why we’re here making art; to light up the spaces in between cultures”, says Katia Moraes. Featuring Katia Moraes with Ana Gazzola, Clarice Cast, Liz Kinnon, Marcele Berger, Mariana Leite, Nana Nuki, Nando Duarte, Natália Spadini, Sonia Santos, Thalma de Freitas, and special guests.

This event is sponsored in part by Dolores and David Mead, with support from the performance venue Electric Lodge’s and Soul Brasil. Katia Moraes is also a writer and have contributed with valuable articles about music and arts for the first five years of Soul Brasil magazine. Complimentary parking when arriving 20 minutes before the performance. Two shows: 7pm and 9pm. Tickets: https://brazilianheart2018.eventbrite.com – At Kelman Theater (Electric Lodge), located at 1416 Electric Avenue in Venice Beach, Los Angeles, 90291.

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