Index: Musicians/Bands

Alphabetical Index arranged by first name

[also see menu of artists arranged by genre:
Brazilian, Other World Music, Jazz/Blues/Swing, Duos, Soloists
]

Alí Bello: Venezuelan violinist performing jazz,
South American, pop and classical music

Annette St. John: vocalist (R&B, jazz, standards)

Beleza Brazil Carnaval Band: Authentic Rio-style Brazilian Carnaval

Carlos Almeida: Guitar and voice (voz e violão)

Choro Sax Brasil: from Brazil,
Mário Sève & Daniela Spielmann all-star choro ensemble

Choro: various performers of choro music

Christos Rafalides: vibraphonist Christos Rafalides and ensembles

Daniel Binelli and Polly Ferman: Argentine banoneón and piano duo

Débora Santos: Brazilian vocalist

Dendê & Band: Afro-Brazilian Funk

Duo Cavatina: Award-winning guitar and flute duo

Gafiera: (various performers) Brazilian ballroom dance music

Grupo Saveiro: award-winning samba and pagode band with vocals

Jess Jurkovic and Pedro Giraudo: piano/bass jazz duo

Judy Handler and Mark Levesque: International mandolin and guitar music

Kaïssa: Contemporary African music

Laura Dreyer Quartet: Brazilian jazz quartet

Marco Granados and “Un Mundo” Ensemble: Flutist/composer/arranger

Marcos Ariel: From Brazil, “Piano Bossa Jazz” project

Mart’nália: the great samba tradition lives on!

Nanny Assis and ensembles: Singer/percussionist and two ensembles

Nó Em Pingo D’Água: from Brazil, the great choro novo group

Octavio Brunetti (In Memorium 2014): one of the great Argentine tango pianists of our time

Ologunde: Afro-Brazilian Folkloric Music & Dance Group

Patrick Poladian: American jazz standards with a French touch

Paul Meyers: Guitarist/composer/arranger

Paulinho da Viola: The legendary Brazilian composer/singer/musician

Pedro Giraudo Jazz Orchestra: 13-piece band led by Argentine-born
composer/arranger/ bassist Pedro Giraudo

Pedro Giraudo Tango: New York-based Argentine tango by Latin GRAMMY winner Pedro Giraudo

Rabo de Lagartixa: from Brazil, the great choro novo group

Regional de New York: Brazilian instrumental choro music

Sebastián Cruz: guitar and voice, Latin American favorites

Sofia Tosello: Latin American song stylist

Son De Madre: salsa, son and more

Susan Pereira and Sabor Brasil: Brazilian jazz ensemble with vocals

Tango Meets Joropo: featuring Latin GRAMMY winner Pedro Giraudo and Venezuelan flute virtuoso Marco Granados

Trio 202: from Brazil, three luminaries of instrumental music: Toninho Ferragutti, Ulisses Rocha, Nelson Ayres

Trio Los Latinos (formerly Trio Los Platinos): Romantic, authentic bolero music from Puerto Rico

Trio Tres de Oros: Puerto Rican boleros, Cuban and Mexican boleros and waltzes, as well as Colombian styles and Cuban són

Unintended Consequences: New Orleans-style party band

Urban Tango Trio: Piano/bass/violin, performing both traditional and new “tango nuevo”

Vanderlei Pereira: Drummer/percussionist/educator

Vanessa Falabella: Brazilian vocalist