THE NEW LATINO SOUND featuring Orquesta Mayor, Patabamba, Jahlistic &  Reinaldo Brahn

Levine Museum of the New South presents

THE NEW LATINO SOUND featuring Orquesta Mayor, Patabamba, Jahlistic & Reinaldo Brahn

Orquesta Mayor, Patabamba, Jahlistic, Reinaldo Brahn

Fri, April 29, 2016

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Neighborhood Theatre

Charlotte, NC

Valid ID required for entry into venue.

Orquesta Mayor
Orquesta Mayor fundada en Abril del 2006 en Charlotte NC por Helder Serralde (trompetista) siendo nombrada la mejor Orquesta del Este de los Estados Unidos en diferentes actividades, que junto con otros Musicos profesionales han hecho bailar y contagiarse de alegria, entusiasmo a cada uno de los que los han escuchado.

Teniendo la experiencia de haberse presentado en diferentes festivales como: Festival 5 de Mayo de Charleston, Festival Latino Americano de Charlotte, Hardees Festival Virginia Beach, Peachtree Festival Atlanta Ga. Mojas Festival solo por mencinar algunos,.

Y tambien contando con la Experiencia de acompañar a diferentes cantantes de renombre como Jerry Rivera, Maelo Ruiz, Domingo Quiñones, Carolina La O, Tito Rojas, Choco Orta, Paquito Guzman, etc…

Toda la Orquesta conformada por musicos de diferentes nacionalidades: Mexico, Puerto Rico, Peru, Colombia y EUA esto le agrega un extra de condimentos a cada una de sus canciones para hacerlas mas bailables, ahora con su mas reciente produccion discografica le haran disfrutar de una dotacion de buena musica tropical. El primer corte "Tu mi niña"
Patabamba is a band of native Charlotteans who by varying routes were brought together through an obsession with Latin music. The project is rooted in our interpretation of the rhythms, melodies, and mythologies of the Andes and the tropics, with the door left open for tangential romps into other territory. With layered hand percussion, bilingual songwriting, group vocals/harmonies, and infectious synth/guitar-play, Patabamba wants to bring people together and take them on a psychedelic journey into the shared headspace of a global culture."
Jahlistic. Charlotte roots reggae.
Reinaldo Brahn
Born in Belo Horizonte (Beautiful Horizon), the third largest city in Brazil.
Reinaldo Brahn picked up his brother's guitar at age 14, curiously strummed its chords,
and the musician within him immediately emerged. He taught himself traditional Musica Minhera,
the rhythms of his native state Minas Gerais. Gaining experience playing and singing at festivals,
bars and restaurants, he worked with the renowned Brazilian vocal group Soul Makube before embarking on a solo career. Reinaldo's experiences and collaboration with other musicians created
his signature style which infuses classic Brazilian rhythms-Samba and Bossa Nova - with Funk and Jazz. In 2000 he recorded a CD with WEB BRASIL, in 2004 a collaborative CD entitled "Ao Vivo no Tocos", and in 2009 his first solo CD - "A Procura da Razao acoustic".

Reinaldo toured his original music throughout Brazil, and then brought his artistry to the United States. Arriving in Charlotte, North Carolina, in October 2007, he quickly introduced his Brazilian roots to the local scene. He creatively applies robust Brazilian style to popular American music with
a truly inspiring result. Reinaldo's specialties include singing and playing authentic Brazilian music, including Musica Popular Brasileira (MPB) and classic Sambas, as well as performing American pop
songs with a strong Brazilian influence. Veteran percussionist and producer Jim Brock refers to Reinaldo Brahn as "the new voice of Brazil".
Venue Information:
Neighborhood Theatre
511 East 36th Street
Charlotte, NC, 28205