Hamilton De Holanda, Roberta Sá, and special guest Rogê are bringing together Brazil’s best compositions, organic beats and melodies to the Moss Theater in Santa Monica, Saturday, August 11th with tickets via Purplepass. Together, these performers manifest their original styles to contribute to Brazil’s reputation of their internationally renowned artist.
Known for his mixture of choro and contemporary jazz, Hamilton de Holanda (left) has become one of the most acclaimed Brazilian contemporary musicians. Starting from age 5, he was playing the mandolin, appeared in his first performance at age 6 and never looked back. The Latin Grammy winner brings a sense of tranquility and grace through his music with over 30 albums and concerts all over the world.
“He (Hamilton) is the personification of everything we want in a musician, not just a great musician. He plays well, has good reflexes, knows how to listen, has a natural way of playing. He has depth of soul and feeling. He is a national treasure!”
– Wynton Marsalis
Female contemporary Brazilian singer, Roberta Sá (above), is also joining the stage. Not only is she considered one of the best, but recently achieved notoriety for performing in the closing ceremony of the Summer Olympics in Rio dressed inspire in Carmen Miranda. Her vibrant and upbeat energy is sure to bring the stage to life!
Special guest, Rogê (left) styles a more laid back kind of samba created through a fusion of unique rhythms and animated sounds. His new album, Nomade, recently released is a mix of Brazilian spirit, beats and music from around the world.
Tickets are being sold via Purplepass Ticketing; a full-service event organization company that makes managing your venues smooth and straightforward. The online sale for this event ends August 10th, 2018 where you can choose your seats from one of our seating maps, with the options to Print-at-Home or pick up at Will Call. You can also be automatically checked in on Facebook and/or share with your Facebook friends that you are going to this event!