‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Voice Coming to SP; see other weekend attractions – Culture

It’s no exaggeration to say that the British rock band queen experienced one of the greatest moments of his career in Brazil, when his manager Freddie Mercury led a choir of 300,000 at Rock In Rio in 1985 to the sound of the ballad Love of my life. That’s why the Canadian singer Marc Martel knows the importance of presenting, accompanied by a group of five musicians, the show The Ultimate Queen Celebration here.

“I am ready for this moment! You can come ! », says Martel to the Stadium. “Brazilians’ passion for live music is legendary. I hope the public will not be disappointed.” The show passed before going through Argentina, Chile and Peru.

In the script are hits such as We’ll rock you, we’re the champions, another bites the dust and Under pressure. In addition to Queen’s songs, Martel sings, alone at the piano, Sainte Marie and the aria Nessun Dorma. The singer justifies the poetic license.

“As a fan of so many different styles of music, it’s unclear which direction Freddie would have taken. I like to give the public at least one song that Queen never recorded and sing it Freddie style.

Martel performed songs in the film Bohemian Rhapsody (2018), which recounts the trajectory of the group. He previously participated in the band’s tribute project The Queen Extravaganza, alongside original Queen drummer Roger Taylor, in addition to leading his Christian rock band.

Sun. (22), 8 p.m. Unimed space. R. Tagipuru, 795, Barra Funda. BRL200/BRL380. Tickets here.

Viixe: piseiro festival

THE Viixe Festivaldedicated to piseiro, a rhythm that mixes forró with funk, receives names like João Gomes, Xand Avião, Tarcísio do Acordeon, Zé Vaqueiro, Vitor Fernandes and Nattan.

Sat. (21). 2:30 p.m. Anhembi Sambadrome. Scatter area. A V. Olavo Fontoura, 1209, Santana. 90 BRL/780 BRL.

Creole

the rapper Creole begins the season of his new show, Sobre Viver, with repertoire from his recently released album. Accompanied by a group, the singer-songwriter still remembers the hits that marked his 15-year career.

Sat. (21), 11 p.m. Unlimited space. R. Tagipuru, 795, Barra Funda. BRL100/BRL220.

Zelia Duncan

Singer and songwriter Zélia Duncan celebrates four decades of career with a performance of songs from her latest CD, the album skinspiritand professional successes such as cathedral and Soul.

Today (20), 10 p.m. Natural Musical House. R.Artur de Azevedo, 2134, Pinheiros. 120 BRL/200 BRL.

Vanessa de Mata

The singer presents the show Aos Iabás, in which she dedicates the performance repertoire to the strength of female orixás, especially Iemanjá.

Sat. (21), 10 p.m. Musical Casa Natura. R.Artur de Azevedo, 2134, Pinheiros. 120 BRL/240 BRL.

Alexander Nero

The actor and singer debuts the Rooms, Suites, Some Rooms and Others Not So Much tour, which has a repertoire of authors. Among the songs that the artist has composed are Compassion and Our Lady of Copacabana.

Today (20). Studio SP. R. Augusta, 591, Consolação. BRL100/BRL50.

Chico Cesar and Geraldo Azevedo

Musicians and composers from the Northeast, Chico César and Geraldo Azevedo unite similarities, differences and influences in the show Violivoz. In the repertoire, songs like 7 Headed Beast, Mama Africa, White Day and At first glance.

Sat. (21), 10 p.m. Tokyo Navy Hall. R. Bragança Paulista, 1281, Chácara Santo Antônio. 140 BRL/240 BRL.

Toninho Horta

One of the most respected musicians in Brazilian music, Toninho Horta performs the show Toninho Horta Quarteto in which he includes songs like broken kissone of his greatest hits, Brasilian sky and My canary blue neighbor.

Sun. (22). Bourbon Street. R. Dos Chanés, 127 years old, Moema. 90 BRL.

Joao Suplicy

The musician shows his bossa nova, rock and blues influences in the Samblues project, with a repertoire of authors and versions of songs such as Water to drink and dysrhythmia.

Today (20), 9 p.m. Paulo Eiro Theater. A V. Adolfo Pinheiro, 765, Santo Amaro. Free (ticket to be collected 1 hour before).

Jeanine Mathias

The singer from Brasilia gives a preview of the songs that will appear on her next album, devotions, which praises black culture and genres such as samba, soul and hip hop. The production is by Rodrigo Campos.

Sat. (21), 8:30 p.m. Sesc Belenzinho. R. Padre Adelino, 1000, Belenzinho. BRL12/BRL40.

osesp

The São Paulo State Symphony Orchestra (Osesp) presents the ¡Viva España! project, with performances that bring the repertoire of composers such as Manuel De Falla and Joaquim Rodrigo. The regency is by Spanish conductor Manuel Hernández-Silva.

Today (20), 20:30. Room Sao Paulo. room Julio Prestes, 16 years old, Luz. BRL25/BRL230.

EXHIBITIONS

Native

The exhibition Indigenous faces: portraits of Graça Arnús exhibits 15 works that the artist has made inspired by trips she made to the states of Bahia, Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso do Sul, Pará, Pernambuco and Tocantins. During these forays, Graça Arnús turned her gaze to the culture of different indigenous ethnic groups, such as the Javaé, Krahô and Apinayé peoples.

House of Mario de Andrade. R. Lopes Chaves, 546, Barra Funda. Tuesday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Free. book a ticket here. Until 30/06.

From memory

The exhibition The day after the party, by Julia Pereira, brings together 14 works painted in oil and watercolor. In strong and vibrant colors, the canvases, in abstract images, bring autobiographical memories, with memories that unite with the present time.

ArtFasam. R. Padre García Velho, 173 years old, Pinheiros. Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sat., 10am-2pm. Free. Until 2/7.

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