Brazilian Popular Music, Samba-jazz, and Bossa Nova with Andrea Ferraz

The Skirball Cultural Center presents an outdoor concert featuring Brazilian singer and composer Andrea Ferraz as part of the Cafe Z series.

Saturday, June 23, 2007
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 North Sepulveda Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90095


Saturday, June 23  --  12 - 2 PM

  • ANDREA FERRAZ, Brazilian
    Brazilian singer and composer Andrea Ferraz combines the sounds of Brazilian popular music, samba-jazz and bossa nova to create a sound all her own. Born into a family of musicians, she started her career as an opera singer in Los Angeles. Bringing together a host of reputable musicians and producers from Brazil and the United States, Ferraz is currently working on her first professional album, Bossa Nova Brazil. As part of her trio, Ferraz will perform with two members of the Sergio Mendes band, Kleber Jorge and Gibi

Other Related Events at the Skirball:

SISAI and MELTING SIBERIA  --  Documentary Double Feature
Tuesday, June 12, 7:30 PM
$8 General, $5 Skirball Members and Full-Time Students
Advance tickets: (866) 468-3399 or on site at the Skirball Admissions Desk or through Ticketmaster at

  • In Sisai, the title character, an Ethiopian Jew living in Israel, learns the whereabouts of his biological father in Ethiopia. Together with his adoptive father and his brother, filmmaker David Gavro, Sisai embarks on an unforgettable journey that illuminates his immigrant identity. First-prize documentary winner at the Jerusalem International Film Festival. (2005, 54 min. In Hebrew and Amharic with English subtitles.)
  • Melting Siberia tells the story of Marina Haar, who is content in Israel not knowing the identity of her Russian father. But when her grown son, Ido Haar, the film's director, asks to locate his grandfather, a single phone call melts away the distance between Israel and Siberia. (2004, 75 min. In Hebrew and Russian with English subtitles.)
Special Instructions

No reservations necessary.

Cost : Free and open to the public; check with the Skirball regarding parking charges.

For more information please contant:

Skirball Cultural CenterTel: 310-440-4500

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