Daniel Ondaro & The Shy Birds Plus Choro Sotaque

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Join us for a special double bill at Java Joe's! Daniel Ondaro and his band The Shy Birds come from Berlin and will make a stop in San Diego while on their US tour. Stefanie performed with them in Berlin and we are excited to have them in our neck of the woods. It will be an unforgettable evening of Brazilian music.

All Ages
$15 door / $12 advance (email javajoes91@gmail.com)

danielondaro.com/theshybirds
chorosotaque.com
javajoessd.com

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Daniel Ondaro & The Shy Birds

Daniel Ondaro & The Shy Birds is a group of broadly talented and eclectic musicians playing everything from samba and bossa nova to modern styles of Brazilian music, both originals and classics. With its members hailing from different parts of Europe and the Americas, the band came together in Berlin, Germany in early 2013 and has since made three tours of Germany as well as played in Prague, Athens, and Istanbul. In 2015, the group will embark on its first tour through Switzerland and the United States during the months of February, March and April. With the instrumentation of acoustic guitar, vocals, double bass, saxophone, and percussion, the band weaves refined Brazilian music with a serious, joyful, and personal touch.

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Choro Sotaque

Choro Sotaque is a San Diego based group specializing in a vintage Brazilian jazz called choro. Choro Sotaque features Stefanie Schmitz on clarinet and saxophone, Marcus Alcantarilla on guitar, and Halysson da Silva on percussion.

Choro, often called the ragtime of Brazil, is a lively music with intricate melodies that evolved in the late 1800s with mixed roots of African and European styles. It was in choro music that the earliest forms of the samba rhythm developed. Choro was popular in Rio de Janeiro in the 1920’s and after with artists such as Pixinguinha and Jacob do Bandolim.

The Portuguese word sotaque means accent, and refers to the way Choro Sotaque plays this Brazilian style with their own unique San Diego accent.
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