In 13 years of operation, it has already performed more than 90 transforming projects in the most diverse cultural segments. View some of them:
Winner of the 2018 Award for Music Professionals – Category Educational Project
Brasil de Tuhu is a cross-platform program operating since 2009 for musical education expansion in Brazil. Several on-site and digital efforts are taken, both for educators as well as for children, giving a 360° treatment to the subject.
We want to put music into Brazil because we believe in the transforming power of cultural citizenship. For this reason we produce high quality, universal access educational and musical content and actions. More than 30,000 children and 450 educators have already been benefited in 200 schools in 40 municipalities in 13 different states.
In partnership with Carla Rincón.
Rio de Janeiro, since 2012
Estúdio Escola de Animação (Animation Studio/School) triggers young people creativity for developing 100% content copyright animation from a professional training.
For this reason, the project reproduces a professional studio environment and operation, offering over 5 months, a workshop with animation theory and techniques. More than 200 young people have already been trained in 2,200 hours of classes producing 19 short novels with participation in more than 20 festivals.
Our experience also provides increased self esteem, greater confidence in creativity, a clarified view of the future professional and an improvement in the professional attitude.
In partnership with Copa Studio.
(August, 2017) Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil – Rio de Janeiro and Brasília
The music series “Quanto mais Tropicália melhor!” (The more Tropicália the better!) celebrated half a century of one of our culture most important forefront movements. Tom Zé, Céu, Pato Fu and Pedro Luis e a Parede were the main attractions.
(September, 2015) | DVD/Blu-Ray, Sala Cecília Meireles
For celebrating Rio de Janeiro 450th anniversary, the award-winning Radamés Gnattali Quartet joined to consecrated director Paulo Henrique Fontenelle in a DVD / Blu-Ray, with a bold aesthetic and a repertoire selected from composers who had Rio de Janeiro as the main scenario of their musical paths. Special Participation of the guitarist Fábio Zanon.
(November , 2016) | Book
“Torcedores” (Fans) is a book of records made during the Olympics and Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro with a differential – the lens instead of focusing on athletes were directed to fans. The pictures were taken by Thiago Facina and some of his students who, after 2 months of preparatory workshop, spread by the city to capture all the emotion vibrating around the Olympic activities.
(December, 2010) Oi Futuro Flamengo
A musical, multimedia show oriented to children, gaining inspiration in Pixinguinha work to present Brazilian cultural diversity. Through Pizindim and his cat Serafim adventures, we rediscover the repertoire that turned Pixinguinha into one of the greatest icons of Brazilian culture and identity.
(October, 2014) Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil – CCBB SP
For celebrating the 20 years of one of the Brazilian music scene most original movements: mangue beat. This was the proposal of “CCBB Festival Caranguejando – 20 years of mangue beat”, a series of four free concerts, in a stage mounted outdoors at Praça do Patriarca. Concerts from Isca de Polícia and Serjão Loroza, Mundo Livre S/A and Pedro Luís, Paraphernália and Ellen Oléria, Mombojó and Curumin.
(October, 2015) Nova Friburgo, RJ
In the year in which the Rural Youth Network has completed 10 years, 288 young rural leaders of 125 municipalities, in 5 regions of the country, met under the theme “Culture and Citizenship in Rural Areas.” These young people discussed, exchanged experiences, shared challenges, and learned about various topics related to field work diversity.
In partnership with Rural Youth Network.
(October, 2013) Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil – CCBB RJ
What divides, multiplies! The exhibition Virei Viral (ON THE NET) proposed multiple looks over the culture of creating and sharing content since before digital era, with exposures, shows and debates.
In partnership with M’BARAKÁ.
(May, 2010) Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil – Rio de Janeiro and Brasília
Afro-latinidades was a musical show that presented an overview of Afro-Latin rhythms today, bringing to CCBB stage national and international artists, based on Songoro Cosongo band. The proposal promoted a symbiosis among rhythms, instruments and people, united by the same musical and cultural heritage.