Music Industry News Network [01-30-2018]
Rose Max And Ramatis On Lincoln Road Saturday
The Lincoln Road B.I.D. presents "Live on Lincoln," a FREE concert series every weekend. This Saturday, February 3, features Rose Max and Ramatis Brazilian Party from 1-4 PM.
Born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, capital of Bossa Nova, Rose is the great-grand daughter of the conductor Cupertino de Menezes and granddaughter of the guitar player Manuel de Menezes, both legends of the early Brazilian music.
Rose moved to the US, where she keeps a very busy performing schedule (about 260 shows per year). She has become highly recognized in the Brazilian, Spanish and American communities. Rose Max won for the 3rd time the Brazilian Press Award for the “Best Female Brazilian Singer Residing and Performing in the USA” and Miami’s New Times Newspaper elected Rose Max the “Best Female Vocalist” of the year.
Also a Rio native, Ramatis Moraes backed up the biggest names in Brazilian Popular Music (MPB), including Roberto Menescal, Johny Alf, Peri Ribeiro, Maria Creuza, Claudia Telles, Elizete Cardoso, João Nogueira, Roberto Ribeiro, Jovelina Pérola Negra, João de Aquino, Marcus Moura, Moreira da Silva, Golden Boys, Tim Maia and many others. Ramatis studied music at the Estácio de Sá University and was later tutored by the legendary Maestro Aristides Santos. Ramatis is considered one of today’s biggest Bossa Nova guitarist/bassist in the US and has been living in Miami since coming to this country, playing MPB, Brazilian Jazz, Electronic Music and Bossa-Nova at the most prestigious local venues. He is also a successful songwriter, producer and arranger, signed to Warner Chappell Publishing for six years.
Rose Max, vocals
Ramatis Moraes, guitar
Goetz Kujack, drums
Paul Shewchuk, bass
The show is at the 1111 Lincoln Road Stage (by Alton Rd) from 1-4 PM. Music courtesy of KCC Productions.
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