Sambuca is a duo that reinvents Brazilian music by offering very personal, intimate and surprising interpretations. Irene Amata and Roberto Stimoli are Italians, Parisians by adoption, musicians from different backgrounds united by their love for Brazilian music. After the success of their first album "Luz", Sambuca continues to search for the hidden pearls of samba and popular Brazilian music, creating a repertoire full of emotion and energy. For this concert, Sambuca reunites with two highly sensitive musicians. Roland Seilhes has evolved in different musical worlds. He has accompanied great jazz artists such as Georges Benson and more recently the singer Hugh Coltman. A self-taught musician from Rio, Julio Gonçalves has accompanied top artists (Michel Legrand, Márcio Faraco, Nana Mouskoury, Tânia Maria...).
"The great Brazilian repertoire as we have never heard it before." Télérama
Irene Amata: vocals
Roberto Stimoli: 7-string guitar
Roland Seilhes: flute and clarinet
Julio Gonçalves: percussion