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11/15/2019 | Assessoria de Comunicao

CCO delights heads of state at opening ceremony of 11th BRICS summit

Repertoire of the concert at Itamaraty Palace paid tribute to each of the visiting countries and emphasized the diversity of Brazilian music

The big night arrived and the musicians of Child Citizen Orchestra performed to the heads of state during opening ceremony of 11th BRICS summit. The anual meeting happened in Brazil for the second time between November 13th and 14th. With an special repertoire full of tributes, the young from Coque and Ipojuca have won smiles, praise and certainly the admiration of leaders Jair Bolsonaro, Vladimir Putin, Narendra Modi, Xi Jinping and Ciryl Ramaphosa.

The program, with arrangements made by conductor and composer Nilson Lopes, included "Medley Brazil" ("So nice", "Tico-tico no Fuba" and "Ultimo dia"), "My way" (arrangement by Cussy de Almeida and solo by young violinist Luanderson Silva), "Moscow Nights" (tribute to Russia), "On the Field of Hope" (tribute to China), Thula Mntanami Ukhalelani Zizojika Izinto (tribute to South Africa), "Jai Ho! You are my destiny" (tribute to India),"Evidencias and "Brazil (Aquarela do Brasil)".

At the end of the presentation, the CCO general coordinator, Joao Targino, and the ABCC chairwoman, Myrna Targino, delivered special cases with the album "Bach Concerts for Violin and Orchestra by Child Citizen Orchestra and Yoko Kubo" and many information about the Orchestra to the heads of state present. In an unexpected break of protocol, the authorities answered by greeting the musicians.

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Photo: Marcos Correa/PR

08/14/2019 | Assessoria de Comunicao

Child Citizen Orchestras entourage departs to China next Sunday

Musicians of the social music project conclude marathon of rehearsals to the 11th China International Art Folk Festival. Delegation includes, as special guests, Maestro Spok and six frevo dancers

From August 20th to 30th a group of six musicians of the Child Citizen Orchestra a string quintet and drum set takes part of the 11th edition of the China International Folk Art Festival (CIFAF), which will take place in the City of Hohhot, capital of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. With the participation of Maestro Spok and six professional dancers specially selected to the event, the delegation closes, this week, a preparing marathon which mobilized all the staff during the last 15 days, including two open rehearsals at Caixa Cultural Recife.

The repertoire chosen by CCOs music director, Nilson Galvo Jr., and by Maestro Spok embraces successes of the street-frevo and the song-frevo, such as: " de fazer chorar" (Luiz Bandeira), "Hino do Vassourinhas" (Matias da Rocha and Joana Batista), "Cocada" (Lourival Oliveira), "Folio ausente" and "Frevo sanfonado" (Sivuca), as well as "ltimo dia" (Levino Ferreira).

The CIFAF is a festival focused on cultural interchange sponsored by China Federation of Literary and Artistic Circles (CFLAC), undertaken for the first time in 1990 and scheduled in each three years, with support of the Peoples Republic of China government. On its last edition, in 2016, groups of dance and music from 13 countries took part: Argentina, Fiji, Finland, India, Ireland, South Korea, Kirgizstan, Mauritius, Mongolia, The Netherlands, South Africa, United States and China.

In all ten previous editions, 149 groups from 63 countries of all continents were invited and performed in factories, gymnasiums, theaters, squares, rural areas and schools from more than 30 cities in China, according to the festivals proposition of promoting the culture of encounter and the friendship among peoples through the art.

The opening show will take place on August 23rd at 8 a.m. (GMT -3), with a gala presentation broadcasted to all Chinese territory. The closing ceremony is programmed to the 28th, at the same hour. Between both performances, there will be a concert in a public space in Hohhot, as a way of promoting interaction among the participant troupes and the local population.

The Child Citizen Orchestra is a project promoted by the Brazilian Citizenship Ministry, under the Culture Incentive Law, and has as main sponsor the Caixa Econmica Federal. The trip to the 11th CIFAF was supported by the Legislative Assembly of Pernambuco, the General Consulate of the Peoples Republic of China in Recife and the CFLAC.

Official trips hotsite: www.orquestracriancacidada.org.br/china


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