They mark 20 years on the highway with the identical proposition: to advertise black music in its most numerous varieties. This is the mission designed by singer Ida Cruz with the band Nega Madam, which since 2002 has been saving the sound of Brazilian swing music, or “music for dancing”, as she calls it. The group will carry out this Saturday (6), from 4pm, within the gardens of Galpao do Cesque Campinas, the place it will likely be attainable to benefit from the sounds at no cost and even dance beneath the shade of the bushes. Sambalanco, Groove, Swing, Soul and Samba-Jazz.
“Brazilian music may be very influenced by this mixture of African rhythms and I fell in love with it, primarily influenced by Elsa Soares and Jorge Ben Jor, so I say that I used to be solid as a singer in this sort of music, I acknowledge loads. “, says Ieda. . The 90-minute present incorporates a repertoire of songs written by Ida Cruz (who has already recorded the album “Decot” in 2011) and balanced re-readings by worldwide musicians akin to Bill Withers and Stevie Wonder, in addition to nationwide ones akin to Jorge Ben Zor, Elsa Sars, Gilberto Gil and Gerson King Combo.
Nega Madam is the identify of the band that was born in 2002 and at present consists of 9 musicians, all of whom dwell in Campinas. “The chosen identify wished to worth the band’s work and the rhythms they performed. It was a reputation filled with affection and appreciation, in recognition of the Afro-Brazilian cultural heritage and its immense musical wealth.”, explains Ieda. Initially, performances have been accompanied by bass, piano, drums, guitar, percussion, voice and guitar. Later, he added woodwinds (metals) to present the group a extra authentic character. The band has carried out in a number of cities within the inside of São Paulo and even in Rio de Janeiro.
Aida’s personal songs – which make up the album “Decot” – inform tales of affection and discontent and additionally carry gentle and dance chronicles of on a regular basis occasions. “The guiding thread of those compositions is sound, specializing in the influences that Brazilian music incorporates, soul music and its variations”, he says. She remembers that “these rhythms have been forgotten up to now, however round 2010 there was a motion that saved this sound very strongly known as black music and, along with bands, there was the work of DJs who made uncommon variations that grew to become . reviewed”
Ieda got here to Campinas as a baby (born in Maringá, PR) and started learning guitar as a baby. While he was learning social sciences at Unicamp, he got here into contact with musicians and former Radio Muda DJs who hung round campus. In this pupil context she participated in her first band Zumbido no Oviedo. He additionally labored as a circus performer, spending a yr in Barcelona with one other band, Muamba de Quizumba, performing all through Europe. Music coaching got here solely later, in 2017.
“Nega Madam performs an essential function within the area’s music scene, with work closely influenced by the sophistication of soul music and samba-jazz from the mid-Sixties to up to date traits”, emphasizes Arthur Amaral, music producer of Zumbido Cultural. . He says the band “stands out for association and wonderful execution, displaying a strong sound that’s deliciously energetic and on the identical time clean, carrying a steadiness that’s greater than inviting to the ear”.
The present composition is Aida Cruz (Vocals/Guitar), Felipe Fidelis (Bass), Josimar Pereira (Guitar) Cleberson Abade (Keyboards), Elthon Dias (Drums), Alcir Conrado (Percussion), Glucio Sant’Anna (Trombone), Tiago. Rosa (trumpet) and Weber Marelli (saxophone).
Aida Cruz and Banda Nega Madam
When: Saturday, 06/08, at 16:00
Where: Sesc Campinas (Jardim do Galpão) – Rua Dom José I, 270/333, Bonfim
Info: 3737-1500 – Instagram: @zumbidocultural