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Saudade / Press

“Saudade brings Brazilian jams to Yanni’s culture@dailylobo.com On Saturday, I could find no better remedy to a hard week than a cold drink and the soft sounds of Saudade when the four-person band played a mix of classic and modern Brazilian music at Yanni’s Mediterranean Grill and Opa Bar on Central Avenue. The authenticity of the music was evident from the moment the band started playing — nobody could have guessed every band member except for Orlofsky was never trained in the genre. Saudade brings precision and vigor to a local scene that receives far less attention than it deserves. I recommend to anyone to keep an eye out for the band’s next show if you are looking for vivid tunes from abroad. The band also offers a connection to the Brazilian culture that has an ever-growing presence in Albuquerque. (edited) Click on Annie Swift link to read her entire fine article,”

“NEW YEARS EVE with Saudade at Yanni's Opa Bar Stay tuned for details”

“Tamarind Institute announces the opening of Afro: Black Identity in America and Brazil, a group exhibition highlighting work by three Afro Brazilian artists and three African American artists who have been invited to create lithographs exploring the complexities of racial identity in Brazil and the United States. The exhibition, in the Tamarind Gallery June 1 through August 24, will showcase work by Brazilian artists Rosana Paulino, Tiago Gualberto, and Sidney Amaral and American artists Alison Saar, Willie Cole, and Toyin Odutola. The exhibition is free and open to the public, Monday - Friday, 9-5; and the public is invited to a closing reception on August 24, from 5-7. Music by Saudade”

Tamarind Institute Website

“The Albuquerque band, Saudade, is off to a hot start for 2012 burning up the private party circuit with their hot Brazilian rhythms and thier cool Cape Verdean grooves. The band has worked up many new arrangements for 2012 that will quickly get your pulse rate up and transport you the warm beaches of Rio. You can catch them performing at St. Clair Winery and Bistro, 901 Rio Grande NW, in Albuquerque, NM on Saturday,February 11, 2012 from 6:30 to 9:30 Pm and at the ever popular Nob Hill institution, Yanni's, on February 25, 2011 from 7 to 10 PM.”

“Saudade is honored to be a part of this years Santa Fe International Folk Art Market which begins the evening of July 8 and runs through July 10. Because of the Market’s success, it has been embraced as a weeklong community event. Folk Arts Week in Santa Fe kicks off on Sunday, July 3 with the opening of a special exhibit in the Gallery of Conscience at the world-renown Museum of International Folk Art. There will also be public concerts, lectures, and workshops, and no less than 1,600 community volunteers giving their time at the various events. In addition, hotels will be offering special Market Week rates, and several restaurants will be creating menus featuring the cuisines of Market-artist countries. For ticket prices and details, go to http://www.folkartmarket.org. ”

cc - Santa Fe International Folk Art Festival

“15th Annual Summer Thursday Jazz Nights Sponsored by Southwest Gastroenterology Associates P.C. Thursday, August 12, 7:30pm Saudade plus John Maestas Quintet/ From the jazz of Pixinguinha, Jobim, and Joyce to the sensual rhythms of Cesaria Evoria and the Cape Verdean morna, the Albuquerque ensemble Saudade explores the music of Brazil with rhythmic renditions of the original jazz of Brazil to the 19th century choro, to the more contemporary sambas, bossas and tangos coming out of Brazil and surrounding countries today. The band which works regularly in numerous venues around the city, features Bob Gusch, woodwinds; Debra Orlofsky, vocals; Jefferson Voorhees, percussion; Michael Grimes, bass; and Tony Cesarano, guitar.”