brazilian music institute

The University of Florida’s Brazilian Music Institute (BMI), now in its fifteenth year, will gather outstanding Brazilian musicians for an intensive week of workshops on May 16-20, 2016. The event takes place at Broward College, in Davie, 30 minutes from Miami, Florida, and provides unique opportunities for singers, guitarists, percussionists, drummers, pianists, and other instrumentalists to study with exceptional musicians such as: Jovino Santos Neto, Renato Martins, Ulisses Rocha, Welson Tremura, Larry Crook, Vadim Arsky, Beatriz Malnic, Loren Oliveira and the Brazilian Voices. BMI will offer daily rehearsals and group lessons in Brazilian instrumental music, and the cost to participate is $200. Registration information.

Founded by Dr. Welson Tremura in 2001, the BMI is a training ground for Brazilian music, combining classical and popular styles. Each year, the Institute brings to Florida outstanding artists for a weeklong event designed to extend the experience and expand the possibilities of learning and performing Brazilian music.

The event closes with a concert on Friday, May 20, at Bailey Hall (Davie) titled Felicidade: Happiness Brazilian Style, featuring guest artists and some BMI participants.

A special offer for music lovers – 50% off with the code BMIBOGO when you purchase tickets online or at the box office. Purchase now.

Bailey Hall
3501 Davie Road, Davie, FL 33314
Phone: 954.462.8190 


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