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Brazil - Popular or Classical Music
Julia Tygel, classical music entwined with the best of Brazilian Popular Music
Antonio Carlos Rix (carlosrix)   
MPB stands for Musica Popular Brasileira (Brazilian Popular Music). Not very often you will see those two, MPB & Classical Music, hand in hand... when you do it is worth paying close attention to.

That is exactly the case with Julia Tygel, classical pianist and composer, who is about to launch a new CD entitled "Julia Tygel - Entremeados". Entremeados is a word in Portuguese that has to do with the entwining. And that is exactly what Ms. Tygel has achived with extensive research and years of hard work.

I met her and Adriana Holtz (Cello) at CPFL while they were performing (video bellow). CPFL is an energy company in Campinas, Sao Paulo, that hosts many cultural projects. One this is "Sarau Cultural no Cafe," a venue for new artists to perform and introduce their works.

Ms. Tygel쨈s classical music background entwined with an obvious influence by the best of MPB - Chico Buarque, Edu Lobo, Tom Jobim, among other big names - has made her very interesting to listen to and even study.

In the video bellow there is a short interview followed by a preformormance during a rehearsal in Sao Paulo last week. Once more she duos with her friend Adriana Holtz (another great talent we will soon showcase.)

Julia's Myspace is www.myspace.com/juliatygel
Julia's Myspace is www.myspace.com/juliatygel

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