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Dianne Reeves & Beleza Brazil

Sunday, June 7 – 4:00pm

Sunday, June 7 – 4:00pm
Orchestra Hall
2 hours

Five-time Grammy-winning vocalist and Paradise Jazz Series favorite Dianne Reeves returns with an exciting new program devoted to the sounds of Brazil. Reeves’s timeless voice, exceptional personality, and enthralling performances mark her as a captivating world-class artist.

Featuring a masterful band including guitarist Romero Lubambo, pianist Peter Martin, bassist Itaiguara Brandão, and drummer Rafael Barata, Beleza Brazil is an enchanting global experience from a natural wonder not to be missed.

Artists

  • Artwork for Dianne Reeves

    Dianne Reeves

    vocalist

  • Artwork for Romero Lubambo

    Romero Lubambo

    guitar

  • Artwork for Peter Martin

    Peter Martin

    piano

  • Artwork for Itaiguara Brandão

    Itaiguara Brandão

    bass

  • Artwork for Rafael Barata

    Rafael Barata

    drummer

Dianne Reeves

vocalist

Romero Lubambo

guitar

Peter Martin

piano

Itaiguara Brandão

bass

Rafael Barata

drummer

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The most admired jazz diva since the heyday of Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald, and Billie Holiday. ”

The New York Times on Dianne Reeves
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3711 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI
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