Brazilian jazz master Cesar Camargo Mariano (far right), credited with helping to make Boss Nova popular around the world through collaborations with Brazilian greats like Antonio Carios Jobim and Elis Regina, during a clinic today surrounded by Berklee students and faculty, including Diogo Barcellos (far left) and Assistant Professor Leo Blanco (middle). He spent time talking with and playing for students at Berklee before rare performances in Boston at Berklee’s Cafe 939 (Oct. 1 and 3) and the Jorge Hernandez Cultural Center tomorrow to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Bossa Nova. Brazilian jazz master Cesar Camargo Mariano (left), credited with helping to make Boss Nova popular around the world through collaborations with Brazilian greats like Antonio Carios Jobim and Elis Regina, seated next to Berklee Assistant Professor Leo Blanco (right) during a clinic at the college. He spent time talking with and playing for students at Berklee before rare performances in Boston at Berklee’s Cafe 939 (Oct. 1 and 3) and the Jorge Hernandez Cultural Center tomorrow to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Bossa Nova.
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