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Hadar Noiberg and Marco Granados Event: July 11

Flute Center Salon Series Presents  A journey into the rhythm and joy of Brazilian music   with Hadar Noiberg and Marco Granados   Live at FCNY on July 11, 2023 at 6PM EST

Flute Center Salon Series Presents

A journey into the rhythm and joy of Brazilian music 

with Hadar Noiberg and Marco Granados 

Live at Flute Center | July 11, 2023 | 6PM EST

Join us for a unique meeting between three musicians who are pioneers and leaders in their own musical careers. Marco Granados who's a brilliant classical musician with an international career who brings his Venezuelan flair to the mix, Hadar Noiberg, originally from Israel, a flutist, composer, arranger/producer who's fusing musical styles and leading her own bands around the world and an enthusiast of 'a new kind' of flute education and Vitor Gonçalves, an accordion and piano extraordinaire from Brazil who's been playing with everybody from the top artists in Brazil to an international career in jazz and Brazilian music. The three will break the boundaries of the traditional rules of their instruments and will take you on a journey of rhythm and joy. At the end of the evening there will be a short roda de choro, a traditional circle where we can all play together.

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Hadar Noiberg playing the flute

ASCAP award winning flutist and composer and Haynes ambassador clinician, Hadar Noiberg, is pushing the boundaries of what it means to be a female musician and bandleader in today's ever-changing world.  From Classical music to jazz, Brazilian Choro to Middle Eastern Music, Hadar’s eclectic musical background and experience has led her to create her own style that fuses all those influences seamlessly both in her compositions as well as in her style of playing.  With her exceptional trio she has been featuring her own compositions, touring internationally since 2010 in the US, Canada, Brazil, Europe, Taiwan and Israel. Hadar has come a long way since moving to NY at 21 and now she has made a name for herself in the Jazz and world music scenes in NY and internationally. Her artistry and spirit take the audience on a journey to their inner self and bring healing and joy. 

Marco Granados holding his flute
Altus Flutes Artist Marco Granados epitomizes the 21st century musician, having maintained a versatile career as an innovative chamber and orchestral musician, an international concerto and recital soloist, and a lead teaching artist and educator.  He is one of the world’s leading flutists on Latin American music, and his diverse repertoire spans from folk to classical music. A devoted educator, Mr. Granados is a professional teaching artist, having hosted, presented and developed programs for Lincoln Center Education, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, The New York Philharmonic, and Carnegie Hall to name a few. 
 Vitor Gonçalves playing the accordion
One of the truly wonderful aspects of living in a metropolis like New York City is the diversity that is built in. The mingling of cultures and ideas has made the City an important destination for open-minded and searching individuals. Hailing from Brazil, pianist/composer Vitor Gonçalves came to be a part of the bustling scene and has ended up bringing a vital new voice to the fore. His debut recording Vitor Gonçalves Quartet provides a great example of his mature voice in the blending of Brazilian music with progressive jazz.
Fabio Oliveira playing the tambourin
Fabio Oliveira is a Brazilian performer with a wide variety of professional experiences as a percussionist, singer, improviser, and conductor.
Fernanda Silveira playing the Choro
Fernanda Silveira is a Cavaquinho player specializing in the Brazilian practices of Choro and Traditional Samba

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