New York – Apr 02 2010

Rhythms & Sounds of Brazil - Marianni Ebert

Legendary Performer in Carnegie Debut
Weill Recital Hall (Seating Chart)
Friday, April 2, 2010 at 8:30 PM
Tickets from $15 – $35
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AFTER PARTY: Zinc bar, FREE admission for concert goers so keep your ticket stubb (usually a $10 cover); 82 West 3rd Street (between Thompson and Sullivan) in the West Village.

EuroCircle hosts: Anu Arponen, William Maselli

Marianni Ebert is one of the top performers of Brazilian music in New York City over the last fifteen years. An accomplished dancer, actor, and composer, Marianni has been thrilling audiences in New York and around the world with her enchanting renditions of a broad array of Brazilian Rhythms and Sounds. Marianni has been holding court in Zinc Bar in Greenwich Village since 1995, and at the iconic Cafe Wha in the
Village since 1996. Born in Rio and influenced by the songs of her father and the sensations of the sea and the sun, Marianni toured the entire country of Brazil, and was thereby exposed to the richest and greatest variety of Brazilian rhythms and melody. All this music came with her when she moved to New York in 1994, and has since intertwined with new influences in the thriving New York City World Music culture.

This concert in the greatest music venue in the world, Weill Hall in Carnegie Hall, affords Marianni and her audience a rare opportunity to experience the Rhythms And Sounds Of Brazil in an atmosphere like no other.