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vitormateusviolao posted a topic in Violão BrasileiroQueridos colegas, a boa notícia é que o meu novo disco, o "Sarau para Radamés" já pode ser adquirido online na iTunes Store, Amazon. E pode ser ouvido pelo Spotify, Deezer, Rdio, Apple Music, Google Play e similares... Em breve estará nas lojas físicas também, já que quem está distribuindo o disco é a Tratore. Então vai estar no Submarino, Americanas, Livraria Cultura... Já pode ser comprado na Pop's discos (São Paulo - http://www.popsdiscos.com.br/detalhe.asp?shw_ukey=42392) e no Rio na loja Torg. Em breve, a Integral do Radamés também estará disponível nos mesmos lugares. Avisarei! Pra quem não sabe ainda do que se trata esse CD, segue um pequeno release do trabalho: "O segundo CD do violonista Vitor Garbelotto, "Sarau para Radamés" homenageia Radamés Gnattali principalmente através de seus amigos (como Tom Jobim e Pixinguinha) e compositores que o influenciaram (como Ernesto Nazareth e Chiquinha Gonzaga). Com arranjos inéditos para violão solo, Garbelotto mostra uma face mais criativa, desde a escolha do repertório até a finalização dos arranjos, além de manter o seu alto nível na execução das peça. O CD teve a produção de Paulo Bellinati, texto do violonista Marco Pereira e patrocínio do Programa de Ação Cultural do Governo do Estado de São Paulo." Abraço a todos e espero que gostem!
vitormateusviolao posted a topic in Brazilian Guitar Music, Language & CultureDear friends, I'm passing by to say that my second album "Sarau para Radamés" is already available for digital downloading on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music, Google Play, Rdio and similars. In Brazil it's also available the physical CD. Soon, will also be on the net my first album, The Complete Works for Solo Guitar by Radamés Gnattali, released in 2010. For those who don't know me, here it goes some words about me and my work. Hope you enjoy it!!! All the best! About "Sarau para Radamés" "Sarau para Radamés" is the title of Vitor Garbelotto's new album. This project is a result of a long research about the life and work of Radamés Gnattali, also including Garbelotto's arrangements for solo guitar. This CD was produced by Paulo Bellinati and was sponsored by ProAc (Cultural Action Program of the Government of the State of São Paulo). Each work selected for the CD was carefully chosen, seeking to relate Gnattali to composers such as Tom Jobim and Chiquinha Gonzaga. The arrangements and executions were meticulously worked out. The inspired interpretation of songs like "Rosa" by Pixinguinha, blends with exuberant rhythmic compositions, like the samba "Camará" by Raphael Rabello. The final result can be considered as a valuable contribution to the classical guitar repertoire. About Vitor Garbelotto Born in the south of Brazil, Vitor Garbelotto was recently appointed by the newspaper "O Globo" as one of the main representatives of the new Brazilian Guitar. Garbelotto surprised and pleased, both critics and the public, when recorded for the first time the complete works for solo guitar by Radames Gnattali. In addition to the sound acuity and inspired interpretation, Garbelotto has a strong characteristic rhythmic, this sum, earned him the APCA Award 2010 (Art Critics Associations of são Paulo) as Revelation in classical music and was Nominated for the 22nd Brazilian Music Awards (2011), also in the Revelation category. Garbelotto holds a Bachelor of Popular and Classical Music at UNICAMP (Campinas (SP) - Brazil) where he studied with Ulisses Rocha. He participated in several masterclasses with important guitarists and composers such as Leo Brouwer, Fabio Zanon, Jorge Caballero and David Russell. In addition to the solo carreer, he's arranger and member of the TAU Quartet (guitar quartet). Awarded in various competitions, has performed frequently both in Brazil and abroad, in countries such as Denmark, France and Italy. Participated in the operas of the Municipal Theater of Sao Paulo, as "Falstaff" and "Otello" by Giuseppe Verdi (with baton of conductor John Neschling) and recently in the opera Ainadamar" by Osvaldo Golijov (with baton of conductor Rodolfo Fischer).