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August 2017 News

MeiaMeia Receives Percussive Notes Review! “…I find it difficult to focus my thoughts amidst a flood of adjectives that spring to mind in response to the auditory joyful discovery this CD provides…Projeto Arcomusical takes the berimbau way beyond Brazil in its path toward new musical expression while assuring the musical bow’s connectivity to its roots […]

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April 2017 News: SAAVY Chamber Competition, Chicago Performance, and More!

Projeto Arcomusical named finalist in the 2017 SAVVY Chamber Competition Now in its fifth season, the SAVVY Chamber Competition is held annually each summer at the University of South Carolina. On June 3rd and June 5th, Projeto Arcomusical will treat audiences at Columbia’s newly renovated Richland Library to a perfectly prepared show of just under twenty […]

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Arcomusical and MeiaMeia featured on NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday

On January 22nd, Arcomusical was featured in a segment on NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday. NPR deliberately aligned our story with the timing of a change of the guard of Morning Edition hosts. Well-known NPR foreign correspondent, Lulu Garcia-Navarro, began hosting Weekend Edition Sunday this year. Garcia-Navarro comes to the position from her most recent reporting […]

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Projeto Arcomusical is proud to be a Chamber Music America 2016 Classical Commissioning Award Recipient!

This year, Projeto Arcomusical joins the ranks of the many outstanding chamber music ensembles in the United States that have worked closely with Chamber Music America to develop excellent new works of music via CMA’s Classical Commissioning Program. At our 2014 performance at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention, we were fortunate to befriend Elliot Cole, who […]

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“Chip”, a Film Soundtrack

During the 2014 spring semseter, thanks to the videos of the duos and trios we had made available to the public via our YouTube channel, we were approached by Nancy Kiang, a NYC-based film director, to compose original music as a soundtrack for a short film she shot in South Africa. As the berimbau’s ancestors […]

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