Ginga: The Brazilian Way to Groove
- In Brazil, the subtlest way to play any groove is often known as “ginga”. The word refers to the way in which a dancer moves, to the way a beautiful person walks, and to the way that music incites inner and outer motion in the listeners. The purpose of this clinic is to provide rhythmic information about Brazilian grooves in a practical and concise way, leading to the individual and collective development of “ginga” in the performance of Brazilian-based music.
- Jovino Santos Neto (email@example.com)
- 12/14/2016 01:15 PM - 02:15 PM
- Jovino Santos Neto worked as a pianist, flutist and producer with the legendary Hermeto Pascoal in his native Brazil for 15 years. Since moving to Seattle in 1993, he has released several recordings as a composer, leader of his Quinteto and also in collaboration with musicians such as Bill Frisell, Gretchen Parlato, Paquito d’Rivera and many others. A worldwide performer and lecturer, he has received many commissions and awards for his work. Jovino’s music blends contemporary harmonies with a rich variety of Brazilian rhythmic languages. Jovino has received three nominations for a Latin Grammy (2004, 2006 and 2009). He’s a Professor of Music at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle. His latest CD is a solo recording, out on Adventure Music. Jovino’s web site is at www.jovisan.net and his Facebook page is at http://www.facebook.com/JovinoSantosNeto