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Meretrio & Mereneu Project

The Mereneu Project was brought together in São Paulo - Brazil, in 2004, as an initiative of the musicians Emiliano Sampaio (guitar), Gustavo Boni (bass), and Luis André (drums), with the purpose of researching the diversity of popular music. Since its inception, the group has consistently explored the creativity in instrumental music, developing a work that mix Brazilian rhythms, jazz elements and chamber music approach. The trio recorded its first album in late 2007, comprised exclusively of original tunes, and release other 4 albums until last year. In 2012, the trio moved to Graz, Austria, to make the Master course in one of the best jazz schools in Europe (KUG) and invited 6 top musicians from many countries to record a new project as a nonet called “Mereneu Project”

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