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Romantic Brazilian Jazz

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Date:
Tuesday, Jul 23, 2013
Time:
7:00pm
Cost:
$40
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Badi Assad

With Special Guests Choro Borealis

About Badi Assad

Badi Assad is one of the most innovative, passionate and talented artists of her generation. She fluently blends traditional Brazilian music with a mixture of pop, jazz and other sounds from around the world. As a result, this extraordinary singer, guitarist, and percussionist is creating an exhilarating genre of music that quite literally defies categorization.

What makes Badi Assad so unique is her pursuit of experimentation: She combines an extraordinary guitar talent, unique mouth percussion, beautiful singing, and rhythmic body movement to create an exciting, fresh sound. Indeed, watching Badi perform is like witnessing a spiritual phenomenon. How she does what she does all at once, while still delivering an extraordinary performance, is quite unbelievable.

As a singer, Badi is vibrant and electric, responding to her inner passion with deft creativity. As a guitarist, she has inspired audiences and critics worldwide with a unique combination of technical mastery and innovation that has caused many to re-examine their notions about the instrument. Through it all, Badi’s adventurous spirit and buoyant personality have become an integral part of her music.

 

What Other People Have Been Saying...

“Dream that a triumvirate of single-named female artists – Tori, Ani, Björk – fashion one diminutive Brazilian dynamo, and you’ll begin to fathom Badi Assad” –Austin Chronicle

“Badi Assad redefines solo (guitar) performance! Revelatory, a brilliant display of innovation, imagination, and skill…almost hypnotically compelling!” –Los Angeles Times

“ multi-faceted and boundary-busting… And occasionally, she finds a spare hand or foot to play percussion.” –All About Jazz