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Camille Bertault: la sottile arte della sregolatezza

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Dopo aver raggiunto improvvisa notorietà grazie a una geniale versione di “Giant Steps," divenuta virale su Facebook, Camille Bertault si è affermata come una delle musiciste più originali ed eclettiche del momento. Con Le Tigre, il suo terzo album dopo i successi di En Vie e Pas de Geant, Camille Bertault esplora nuovi brillanti scenari.

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Camille Bertault: The Fine Art of Breaking Jazz Conventions

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After achieving overnight notoriety thanks to a dazzling rendition of “Giant Steps" which went viral on Facebook, Camille Bertault has now established herself as one of the most original and genre-defying musicians on the scene. In Le Tigre (Okeh/Sony Music, 2020), her third album after the acclaim garnered by En Vie (Sunnyside Records, 2016) and Pas ...

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Diego Figueiredo

With a variety of work already released, Diego is doing shows on the most important stages around the world enchanting and charming the public wherever he goes with his unique touch. Diego Figueiredo was born in Franca, Brazil, in 1980, and at the age of 4, he used to strike poses carrying his small guitar. At six, he got a mandolin, which was kept in a very special place in his house. Diego played many instruments before choosing the electric guitar when he was twelve, playing in theaters and local pubs, revealing the great art of improvising and harmonizing. At 15, he conquered theaters and nightclubs in many different Brazilian states, playing solo or with renowned musicians. For some years he joined different bands, like Banda Gênese and Squema Seis from Brasília, where he lived for a while. He has studied classical guitar, Brazilian Popular Music and jazz in conservatories in Franca, Ribeirão Preto and Tatuí. In 1999, he won first place in a contest in South America, when he was awarded a scholarship to study at Berklee College of Music, and when he got all judges amazed with his particular style. In June 2001, Diego Figueiredo conquered second place in VISA Prize of Instrumental Brazilian Popular Music, receiving high praise from the judges. He was finalist for the ICATU HARTFORD Prize in Rio de Janeiro and was praised by the judges. Nowadays he accompanies the singer and songwriter Belchior in tours around Brazil and abroad


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