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Brazilian jazz pianist Ricardo Bacelar makes a “Live” statement with “Nothing Will Be As It Was” His “Live in Rio” album drops August 21 preceded by the single that aptly reflects our times Brazil is leading the world per capita in coronavirus cases making it unlikely that people will be cramming into a concert venue anytime soon to hear live music. Then there is the recent unrest that erupted in response to civil injustices in the US that bodes to spark meaningful change around the world. These are the events that inspired contemporary jazz pianist Ricardo Bacelar to release a new version of the Milton Nascimento classic “Nothing Will Be As It Was (Nada Sera Como Antes)” as a single ahead of the release of his “Live in Rio (Ao Vivo No Rio)” album, which drops August 21 from Bacelar Productions

Nada Será Como Antes

Label: Bacelar Production
Released: 2020
Track listing: Nada Será Como Antes

Ao Vivo no Rio

Label: Bacelar Production
Released: 2020
Track listing: Killer Joe, Toda Menina Baiana, Nothing Will Be As It Was, Senõr Blues, Partido Alto, So May It Secretly Begin, Caicó Cantiga, Água de Beber, Sernambetiba, 1992, Nanã, Blue Miles.


Killer Joe

Featuring the music of Ricardo Bacelar
Duration: 4:12

Ricardo Bacelar's take on the well-covered Benny Golson classic.

Toda Menina Baiana

Featuring the music of Ricardo Bacelar
Duration: 4:32

Ricardo Bacelar

Nada Será Como Antes

Featuring the music of Ricardo Bacelar
Duration: 6:06

Ricardo Bacelar and Delia Fischer .


Label: Bacelar Produções
Released: 2018
Track listing: A Volta da Asa Branca; Suco Verde; Nothing Will Be As it Was; River of Emotions; Toda Menina Baiana; Somewhere in the Hills; Partido Alto; Parts of Me; Sambadouro; Oh Mana Deixa Eu Ir; Sebastiana; Depois dos Temporais; Vento de Maio; Sernambetiba, 1992; The Best Years.


Brazilian Pianist Ricardo Bacelar Releases "Sebastiana"

Brazilian Pianist Ricardo Bacelar Releases "Sebastiana"

Brazilian jazz pianist Ricardo Bacelar presents the smoldering romance of Jobim in a collaborative pan intercultural arts video For Brazilians, Antonio Carlos Jobim’s catalogue is as iconic, influential and impactful as George Gershwin’s contributions to the Great American Songbook, making the inclusion of a classic from the legend’s repertoire a must for pianist Ricardo Bacelar’s Sebastiana, ...


Somewhere on The Hills

Featuring the music of Ricardo Bacelar
Duration: 4:31

The third solo album of the Brazilian pianist, composer and arranger Ricardo Bacelar, entitled "Sebastiana" is being released. Produced by Cesar Lemos (BMI and ASCAP awards in the USA), it was recorded and mixed in Miami, United States, at the legendary Hit Factory (Criteria) and Rebel 11 studios. Its concept gravitates around a Latin American rereading of a Brazilian music repertoire portion. "Sebastiana" was recorded by Brazilian, American, Cuban, Argentine, Venezuelan, Colombian and Peruvian musicians. By researching traditional rhythms, an arrangement laboratory was conceived to implement the fusion of Latin American and Brazilian music elements. It shows contemporary arrangements and a strong jazzy accent, with a subtle percussion that confirms South America ́s influence. The result is unusual and presents an important contribution to the Brazilian music scenario in the international context.

Concerto para Moviola

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016
Track listing: Cordiheira; Birdland; Killer Joe; So May It Secretly Begin; March Majestic; The Windmills of Your Mind; Senor Blues; Moviola; Enquanto isso, chove...; Sabia; Palhaco; Apartheid Blues; Setembro; Agua de Beber; Nana; The Groove; Blue Miles.


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