Two for Brazil, corporate entertainment

Great for any party when the romantic sounds of Brazil is a must!

Greg Fishman & Paulinho Garcia

Brazilian vocalist/guitarist, Paulinho Garcia and saxophonist/flutist, Greg Fishman together capture the real sound of Brazil, performing countless mesmerizing compositions of Joao Gilberto, Antonio Carlos Jobim and the great, Stan Getz.

The name Two for Brazil has a double meaning.  It signifies the group’s two members – Paulinho Garcia on vocals and guitar and Greg Fishman on saxophone and flute – as well as their shared fondness for the music of Brazil.  It’s also a reference to the fact that most Brazilian songs are written in 2/4.

Two for Brazil is an axoustic duo whose warm, intimate, direct approach recalls the legendary pairing of Joao Gilberto and Stan Getz, but they cover a wider range of material – not just the familiar hits by Jobim, but Brazilian songs from the1920’s up to the compositions of the current pantheon:Djavan, Ivan Lins, Edu Lobo, Gilberto Gil, Luiz Bonfa, Toninho Horta, Chico Buarque and MIlton Nascimento.  They explore the many styles of samba, as well as the baiao, bossa, and Brazilian waltz.  Two for Brazilian also embraces the classic jazz repertoire, including Gillespie, Coltrane, Parker and Monk, an innovative blend that has brought them increasing visibility and acclaim.

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  • Aquarela Do Brasil  

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  • Coisa Feita 

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  • O Pato 

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  • Desafinado 

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