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Some of the organizations, artists, and individuals who will be participating in Brazilian World Music Day.  Our press release goes out soon on Nov 15, 2011, so let us know ASAP if you would like to be included:

•  After the Gold Rush

•  Afropop Worldwide (NYC, USA)

•  Afro:Baile Records (AZ, USA)

•  Afro-Brazilian Percussion Guide / Kirk Brundage (LA, USA)

•  Alma Brasileira (Portland, OR)

•  Are You Brazilian? (NYC, USA)

•  AltLatino, NPR podcast+press (NYC, USA)

•  Archivists Round Table (NY, USA)

•  Clarice Assad (Brazil)

•  Bahia Governo (Salvador, Brazil)

•  Blue Jackel Records (Huntington, NY) 

•  Bossa Tres (Chicago, USA)

•  Cristina Braga (Rio, Brazil)

•  Brancaleone Social Club Produções (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

•  BrazilMax.com (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

•  Brasil Music & Artes (Sao Paulo, Brasil)

•  Brasil Music Exchange (NYC, USA – Sao Paulo, Brasil)

•  Brazil Week – University of Alberta’s Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies (Edmonton, Canada) – with capoeira demonstrations and music.

•  Brazilian Arts Foundation (Houston, TX)

•  Brazilian Consulate General of New York (NYC, USA)

•  Brazilian Culture (UK)

•  Brazilian Day Arizona (USA) – On Sept 8th.  Performances by BatukAxe, DJ Chris Brazil,  Radio Brazil, Grupo Axe Capoeira, Marcelo Brasiliano and DJ Seduce.

•  Brazilian Day New York (USA)

The Brazilian Endowment for the Arts (NY, USA) : Concert, Sergio and Lucia Barrenechea, flute and piano duo.  Concert: Sep 7th at 8pm at BEA.

•  Brazilian Guitar Fuzz Bananas-the Movie (NYC, USA)

•  Brazilliance Radio, WUMD Thursdays 3-6PM (MA, USA) – Hosted by Dario Borim, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Chair Department of Portuguese, U-Mass Dartmouth

Brejeiro (Bath, UK) – Choro concert + film showing of Black Orpheus on Sept 6 @ The Little Theatre, Bath, UK.

•  British Library  (London, UK) – talk on Brazilian music and link to searching their collection.

•  Barbara Browning, Associate Professor, Performance Studies, NYU Tisch School of the Arts (USA)

•  Kirk Brundage, UCLA, Professor of Ethnomusicology

•  Canning House

•  Fabiano Canosa (Rio, Brazil)

•  Casa Brasil Tropicália (Copenhagen, Denmark}

•  Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS), Monica Arruda de Almeida, Georgetown University

Janet Chernela (Maryland, USA) – Professor, Department of Anthropology, Latin American Studies Center, University of Maryland.  An essay concerning the songs of the indigenous Tukano women of the Brazilian Amazon.

•  Sam Javitch (NJ, USA) – ARC intern from William Paterson University, contributed an essay, “The Most Impressive Musician in the World” – The Life and Times of Hermento Pascoal.•  Choro London / Vila Verde (London, UK)

•  Choro Music Blogspot (Zeeland, Netherlands)

•  Fernanda Cunha (Canada) – will send Cds, and…

•  Clubglobal Radio (Cambridge, UK)

•  Conrazón

•  Raquel Coutinho (Minas Gerais)

•  Creative Brazil / Gui Tavares (London, UK)

•  Cria.Lab (Sao Paulo, Brasil)

•  Daccord Music / MusiGames Studio (Recife, Brazil)

•  Dell’Arte (Rio, Brazil)

•  DJ Don Bernardo (Brazil)

•  DJ Sudo  (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

•  Drome (NYC, USA)

Duo Barrenechea – piano and flute concert at the Brazilian Endowment for the Arts.

•  Duofel (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

Eduardo Mendonça & Show Brazil! (Seattle, WA) -  12pm performance, Freeway Park.  Celebrating the Brazilian Independence Day with Brazilian Tradistional and Contemporary music and dance with this international troupe based in Seattle.

•  Espirito Brum Festival / Professional Incredibles (Birmingham, UK)

•  Fábrica de Sonhos / Sergio Ferraz (Recife, Brazil)

•  Femous: platform for famous female culture (Vienna, Austria)

•   Lilian Feitosa, Portuguese and Brazilian Culture and Literature, Dept. of Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, James Madison University (Virginia, USA)

•  Florida Institute of Technology (Melbourne, FL, USA)

•  Folkways Alive! (Edmonton, Canada)

•  Forum da Musica de Minas (Belo Horizonte, Brazil) – will send CDs, books and organize a show.

•  Free Music Archive @ WFMU (Jersey City, NJ)

•  FRG Cultural (Rio, Brazil)

•  FunkAfro (Leeds, UK)

•  Mona Gadelha (Fortaleza, Brazil)

•  Leo Gandelman (Brazil)

•  Shannon Garland, Ethnomusicology, Columbia University, Dept. of Music (NYC, USA)

•  Garotas Suecas (NYC, USA)

•  Bob Gaulke

•  Global Music Academy (Berlin, Germany)

•  Dr. Tracy Devine Guzmán, Latin American Literary and Cultural Studies. University of Miami (USA)

•  Houston Brazilian Festival / Brazilian Arts Foundation  (Texas, USA)

•  Instituto Cultural Cravo Albin (Rio, Brasil)

•  Instituto da Musica Judaica (Sao Paulo, Brasil)

•  iMusica S/A (Rio, Brasil)

•  IMZ (Vienna, Austria)

•  irma (Paris, France)

•  Jacaré Brazil / Brazilian Music Institute, University of Florida (Gainsville, USA)

JazzNet247.com (somewhere in the EU ether!) – not exactly on the day, but there’s support from  DREAMS OF RIO with FABIANA PASSONI and WES GEORGE (Mondays) and BG SOUND SPHERES with BRUCE GILMAN (Sundays).

•  JungleDrums/RISE/Vamos (London, UK)

•  Arthur Kampela (NYC, USA)

•  Anne Kogan (Silver Spring, MD)

•  Claudio Kron / Drumming4business (Yorkshire, UK)

•  KUNM (Albuquerque, USA)

•  Latin American and Iberian Cultures, Marc A. Hertzman, Columbia University (NYC, USA)

Listen Globally   KEOS, 89.1 FM (Texas, USA) – Hosted by Andrew J. Kirkendall, Texas  A&M University

•  Luaka Bop (NYC, USA)

•  Maison des Cultures du Monde / INEDIT (Paris, France)

•  Mandoisland (Germany) – Michael Reichenbach: mandoline + choro info

•  Matt Love (MI, USA)

•  Bryan McCann, Director, Master’s in Global, International and Comparative History (MAGIC), Georgetown University (Washington, DC)

•  Chris McGowan – The Brazilian Sound (Florida)

•  Eduardo Mendonça & Show Brazil! (Seattle, USA) – September 7, 12:00pm – 1:30pm, Freeway Park, 700 Seneca Street – Seattle, WA – Traditional and Contemporary music and dance with this international troupe based in Seattle.

•  Mondomix (English edition)

•  Rosa Morena Russa (Hamburg, Germany)

•  Museu da Imagem e do Som  (Museum of Image and Sound, Rio, USA)

•  MusicaBrasileira.org (Austin, Texas)

•  Nation Beat Music (NYC, USA)

•  National Council for Traditional Arts (Silver Springs, USA)

•  Nelson Pereira dos Santos (Rio, Brazil)

•  Nzinga Maputo (Mozambique)

•  New York Brazil Group (Astoria /Sao Paulo)

•  Nossoestúdio (Sao Paulo, Brazil))

•  NuBlu (NYC, USA) – Sept 5, Forro In The Dark, Sept 7, Bahian vocalist and member of Stomp,  the Marjvaldo Project.

Veronica Nunes (Rio / NYC)

•  Marcos Oliveira

•  Piano Orchestra (Rio, Brazil)

•  Outro Brasil (Paris, France)

•  Charles A. Perrone (Florida, USA)  – The University of Florida, Department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies – paper delivered BRASA conference, Sept 7 + impromptu choro concert.

•  Pulse of the Planet (Kingston, USA)

•  Quantitum Records – Groove n’ Bossa (London, UK)

•  Radio Latvia / Gita Lancere (Riga, Latvia)

•  Red Hot + Rio (NYC, USA)

•  Rosa Morena Russa (Ukraine)

•  Salford University (Manchester, UK)

•  Samba New York (USA)

•  Samba Olywa (Olympia, WA)

•  Samba Society / Beto González, UCLA ethnomusicology (CA, USA)

•  Scubidu Productions (Brazil) – concert by Anelis, in São Paulo.

•  SN Jazz Band / Sampa Notes Jazz Band (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

•  Scubidu Productions (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

•  SESC (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

•  Peggy Sharpe, Professor of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies, Florida State University (Tallahassee, FL)

•  Sbornia Records / Babel Produções Artisticas / Hique Gomez (Porto Alegre, Brazil)

•  Slipcue.Com (Berkeley, CA)

•  Smithsonian Folkways (Washington DC, USA) – page highlighting the Brazilian releases available from the label.

•  S.O.B’s (NYC, NYC)

•  Songlines Magazine (London, UK)

•  SONORIDADE online radio show – hosted by our own Beco Dranoff and hosted by Art-on-Air

•  Sounds and Colors.com

•  Sterns Music (USA/UK)

•  StudioX (Rio, NYC, Jordan, Mumbai,Brasil) – the telephone game – a song originating in Rio and processed from site to site, until…

•  tRio (Denmark)

•  Antonio Luciano Tosta, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Brazilian Literature and Culture, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana (Il, USA)

•  Lucila Tragtenberg (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

•  Tropicalia In Furs (NYC, USA)

•  TV Globo / Globo International (NYC, USA)

•  Portuguese Section, Department of Foreign Languages, U.S. Military Academy at West Point (NY)

•  University of Florida, Prof. Charles A. Perrone (FL, USA)

•  Vento Trio (USA)

•  Visom (Rio, Brasil) – database of 6500 seventy-eights; live studio session of Brazilian Instrumental Music by Alberto Rozemblit and Victor Santos.

•  Wiener Music & Arts Library, Columbia (NYC, USA) – Contributed database of holdings @ the library and an exhibition of materials.

•  Ivette M. Wilson, Modern Languages and Literatures, Wabash College (Crawfordsville, IN)

•  WNYC Soundcheck, (NYC, USA)

•  WorldMusic.co.uk (Malvern, UK)

•  Zinc (NYC, USA)

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