Caetano Veloso will arrive in Argentina in June to present his latest work, my coconut, with a show that will also cover several classics of his musical career. The musician, who last performed in Buenos Aires in 2019, will be accompanied by a virtuous band on the two dates already confirmed in the country: Friday June 9 in Buenos Aires and two days later, Sunday June 11 at the El Círculo Theater in the city of Rosario. Tickets for the show in Buenos Aires will go on sale starting this Monday, March 20.
“I am reaching 80 years old. The general form of the show is also due to the pleasure of the almost post-pandemic return to the stage and to the attention paid to my story in this art so loved and well cultivated by Brazilians – even if my reservations about my talent for this one haven’t dissipated,” Caetano said of touring America and Europe. “at the show my coconut I try to unite notable tracks from the album with tracks that record historical moments of my work. But with the character of an almost cinematographic scenario that never leaves me when I plan a show. I think of the song sequence as someone in front of a moviola – or an “editing” application, which is what editing is called today. I have the soul of a filmmaker, even if I don’t have the physical vocation,” added the artist.
The long and prolific career of Caetano Veloso, one of the greatest exponents of Brazilian and Latin American music, has been recognized worldwide and has influenced entire generations of artists. From the time he composed his first song at the age of 9 to the present day when, at 80, he continues to take to the stage to dazzle with his voice and his incomparable talent, he has released more than 50 albums. and has been recognized with two Grammy Awards and ten Latin Grammys, among countless international accolades and awards.
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my coconut, the album that will be presented on tour, dazzles with its beauty and compositional variety through twelve songs. Released at the end of 2021, it marked the return of the musician to the studio after almost ten years. Some of the songs received a warm welcome last August, when the musician celebrated his 80th birthday with a moving acoustic concert at the Teatro das Artes in Rio de Janeiro, during which he reviewed his work accompanied by his sister. Maria Bethania Gilberto Giland his sons Moreno, Zeca there To M. The Argentine public is already beginning to look forward to his return to the country.
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