Quarteto Quadrantes
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Quarteto Quadrantes

São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil | Established. Jan 01, 2010 | SELF

São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil | SELF
Established on Jan, 2010
Band Jazz Instrumental




"Masp - Quarteto Quadrantes"

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The richness of Brazilian popular music comes from its diversity and capacity to reinvent itself, in a process which combines rereading and daring. A process similar to that went with tango and its constant evolution.
New generation of Brazilian musicians rely on the work of the great teachersof the past and carry them forward, offering to the public new sound possibilities. Rhythms and harmonies are new voice, match language of his time, respecting the magnificent musical heritage of Brazil.
The composer Bruno Elisabetsky has been developing a career related to the universe of composition in academe (two years of specialization through in Israel and Spain) in practice, composing original soundtracks for theatre shows, performances and documentary.
In parallel to these multidisciplinary experiences, he conceived of an unreleased instrumental music repertoire with great aesthetic diversity (rhythmic, melodic and harmonic), mixing elements in the universe of the Brazilian guitar - instrument in which he graduated in So Paulo, in the Santa Marcelina University-, the practice of typical improvisation of jazz, Brazilian rhythms, the Brazilian folk song etc.
The Quartet is composed by Arnaldo Nardo (drums) Bruno Elisabetsky (guitar acoustic/voice), Gabriela Machado (flutes) and Renato Leite (double bass), which aims to run Brazilian instrumental music as author, on the basis of the diverse influences such as the Brazilian song, jazz, concert music, providing a contemporary sonority, fruit of crosses and experimentations in the plans of composition and improvisation. Portrays one typically pos-modern sonority, reflection of the combination of tradition and modernity, as well as the Brazil dialogue with other Nations and musical languages.