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Dianne Reeves, Peter Martin, Romero Lubambo & Terreon Gully
Royce Hall - UCLA
Feb 25 2017
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The world renowned Brazilian guitarist, Romero Lubambo, is now scheduled for an appearance at the Belleayre Music Festival. He has come out with pop, rock and classical tunes in the past, but his forte remains jazz music. Romero is also a member of the Trio da Paz, which is an internationally acclaimed Brazilian jazz group. He is their guitarist and has recorded three CD's with the ensemble. He is known as a brilliant live performer who gives all he has for his fans every time he steps on to the stage. His upcoming concert is expected to be no different. Get your Romero Lubambo tickets and watch this genius from Brazil live in concert.
Romero Lubambo started learning classical music and piano at a young age. When he was thirteen, he started playing guitar and completely devoted himself towards learning the instrument. In 1978 he graduated from the Villa-Lobos School of music, a prestigious music organization, as an extraordinary student of classic guitar. He received a mechanical engineering degree two years later, but music remained his passion and he decided to become a professional musician.
Brazilian melodies and rhythms had always fascinated Romero Lubambo. He was also a big fan of the American jazz music. He learnt jazz and Brazilian idioms all by himself through intense practice and research. Romero developed exceptional skill, fluency and versatility in both, American jazz and Brazilian music. In 1985, he left for New York to pursue music as a full fledge job. There he quickly gained recognition as a special talent and became immensely popular, not just because of his original Brazilian sounds but also due to his proficiency in a wide range of music styles.
In America, Romero Lubambo met two other Brazilian musicians, Nilson Matta and Duduka da Fonseca, and the three formed Trio da Paz. That is when he took his first steps in the United States towards stardom. The trio started performing impromptu sessions and became widely popular for their creativity, innovation and energetic performances. The intensity and the original music by the group earned them legions of dedicated fans and they went on to play a key part in revitalizing and popularizing Brazilian music in the country. The band released their debut album, titled “Brazil from the Inside” in 1992 and started gaining international recognition for their work in no time at all.
Romero Lubambo has released seven albums with the Trio da Paz. The special blend of jazz improvisations coupled with the classical Brazilian rhythms produced by Romero allowed him to successfully carve a niche for himself in the music world.
Romero has established himself as a composer and performer of special talent as a solo performer as well. His repertoire includes at least twelve albums in which he has performed on his own or in collaboration with other notable stars. He has played guitar as a side man in a number of albums by other artists too. “Rhythmstick” by Dizzy Gillespie, “Mais” with Marisa Monte and “Jasil Brazz” with Herbie Mann have all benefited from Romero's talents.
One of his recent projects include the guitar and percussion near-orchestra that he provides to the renowned cellist, Yo Yo Ma. Romero has also appeared on Ma's Apassionata CD along with Paquito D'Rivera
Romero Lubambo will soon be appearing live at the Belleayre Music Festival. This annual celebration of music is held at the Catskill Mountains of Upstate New York and attracts music lovers in big numbers every year. Romero will be appearing alongside Pamela Driggs, Anat Cohen and Pablo Aslan's Tango Orchestra.
With a lineup so impressive, this music extravaganza promises to be an unforgettable experience for everyone who is in love with music. This is your chance to watch Lubambo and co create magic through music live on stage. Book your Romero Lubambo tickets before they are all sold out and prepare to experience the stunning combination of Brazilian music and American jazz at its best.