Performance Wednesday, April 19, 2017 | 7:30 PM

Neighborhood Concert: Matuto

BRIC House
The lively, joyous sound of Matuto entwines Brazilian folk music with the flatpicking guitars and fiery fiddling of American bluegrass. Matuto (Brazilian slang for “country boy”) beautifully embraces Brazilian forró rhythms and the folk traditions of the American South, with instruments that include accordion, guitar, bass, triangle, and zabumba, a bass drum often used in Brazilian music. This performance features new works written and performed by youth in collaboration with Matuto as part of Carnegie Hall’s Musical Connections program.


  • Matuto
    ··Clay Ross, Guitar and Vocals
    ··Rob Curto, Accordion
    ··Itai Guara, Bass
    ··Adriano Santos, Percussion
    ··Aynsley Powell, Drums
BRIC House
647 Fulton Street (at Rockwell Place) | Brooklyn
Subway 2 Subway 3 Subway 4 Subway 5 Subway b Subway c Subway g Subway q Subway r | Bus: B25, B26, B38, B52
718-683-5600 | RSVP required: Venue website

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Lead support for Neighborhood Concerts is provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation.
Gilman Foundation
Public support for Neighborhood Concerts is provided by New York City Council Member Helen Rosenthal.

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