All About Jazz

Home » Musicians » Anderson Quevedo Farias

Anderson Quevedo Farias

Anderson Quevedo Bachelor's degree, in 2007, in popular saxophone by the Santa Marcelina Music Faculty. Studied saxophone under the guidance of maestro Roberto Sion, and saxophonist Vitor Alcântara, participated in dance bands like S.O.S. (Sensacional Orchestra Sonora - 2006), Maestro Brasil - 2009, SP3 (2010-2013), participated in the show “90 years of Cartola” with Elton de Medeiros, Márcia and Theo de Barros - 2009/2010, with Nei Lopes - 2010, participated in the project Pixinguinha tour Centro-Oeste / Norte do Brasil with the instrumental group Armazém Abaporu - 2005, with the same group performed in Europe (France - 2005) and Argentina (La Plata - 2007). He participated in the Tom Jobim Youth Orchestra (2009/2010), was part of the Symphonic Jazz Band of Diadema (2009-2013), with which he participated in the International Jazz Festival of Montreux (Switzerland) in 2011. In 2010 he released his first solo album, without support from independent labels, Anderson Quevedo Quartet “Passeio”. With his authorial work, he performs in jazz houses such as Jazz in the Funds / CCMI and participated in music festivals; 1st Mar del Plata Jazz Festival in Argentina (2010) and the Expresso Jazz in São Paulo (2012). In 2013, he opened his own cultural production and management company, Gouveia & Quevedo Eventos. As a producer, he develops and carries out projects for the SESC network in São Paulo, cultural notices and national festivals

Read more

Tags

Primary Instrument

Saxophone

Location

Sao Paulo

Willing to teach

Beginner to advanced

Credentials/Background

Saxophone lessons, Flute lessons, improvisation and Music Theory

Sonny Rollins
saxophone
Wayne Shorter
saxophone
Ornette Coleman
saxophone, alto
John Coltrane
saxophone
Miles Davis
trumpet
Gil Evans
composer/conductor
Dexter Gordon
saxophone, tenor
Warne Marsh
saxophone, tenor
Charles Mingus
bass, acoustic
Ben Webster
saxophone, tenor

Albums

Passeio

Self Produced
2010

buy

Shop Amazon

Get more of a good thing

Our weekly newsletter highlights our top stories and includes your local jazz events calendar.