EVENTS 2022 - 2023
3/19/23, 3:00 PM
Composition Workshop in Brazil
In partnership with Instituto Casa Nobre, join the IBOC composition workshop led by our artistic director, João MacDowell in the beautiful Brazilian nature preserve Guarda do Embaú, Santa Catarina. The second annual 2023 workshop will take place in the third week of March. Email email@example.com to learn more and register.
Casa Nobre, Guarda do Embaú, Brazil
2/23/23, 10:30 PM
HUGO SANBONE "Horizons"
IBOC Maestro Hugo Sanbone will present "Horizons" as part of Teatro LATEA's eMelLe-K Festival - a heartfelt cultural homage to Dr. King’s legacy curated for Teatro LATEA by Rodger Taylor and Miguel Trelles.
Sanbone's "Horizons" features his original compositions resulting from the research, understanding and re-signification of elements present in the hybrid music of the Americas.
The show is based on the concepts of jazz, mestizo music in the Americas, and Bahian pagode as a consequence of the African diaspora observed and practiced by Hugo Sanbone's work as the musical director of his Sanbone Pagode Orquestra created in 2009.
LATEA at the Clemente, 107 Suffolk St (2nd Fl), NYC
2/14/23, 3:30 PM
SAA Valentine's Performance
Thank you to the Columbia University Student Advocates for the Arts (SAA), who selected us as their benefit organization for their Valentine's Day performance!
SAA is a student-run club for learning about and participating in arts advocacy, lobbying, cultural policy, and discussions on the American system for funding the arts. IBOC participating performing artists include Gabriel Gorsky (guitar), Yunxuan Zhu (vocalist/tenor), and Alexander Scott (vocalist/bass). This is a university event closed to the public.
Student Advocates for the Arts at Columbia University Teacher's College, NYC
12/9/22, 2:00 AM
A Night with Davinia and Friends
Davinia Pace hosts her first cabaret show, "A Night with Davinia and Friends." The star singer-actress is writing, directing, and producing this one-night-only event at the historic Laurie Beechman Theatre, NYC, NY. The night of singing, dancing, and comedy sketches will feature songs made famous by Davinia's favorite artists: Frank Sinatra, Etta James, Marilyn Monroe, and Judy Garland. The evening offers a fabulous opportunity for those visiting NYC to taste the glitz and glamour of New York City's theatre district. Click more info for tickets.
Laurie Beechman Theatre, NYC
12/6/22, 11:00 PM
iboc dream: cocktails and operas benefit
IBOC DREAM: Winter Cocktails + Operas Benefit. Preview opera creation with the International Brazilian Opera Company's dynamic community of artists.
Since 2014, we've supported 64 immigrant artists to work in the USA, developed 7 operas, presented in 3 countries, and have provided music education experiences for the young and old alike.
As a community member, please join us to celebrate over cocktails and opera in the magical jewel box on Bryant Park, Luxuny Atelier. Our merrymaking will strengthen our spirits and support our operations, artists, and new works.
Donate $150 - $500to RSVP.
https://www.iboc.nyc/rsvp or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Luxuny Atelier, Penthouse (Bryant Park Studios, NYC)
10/29/22, 7:00 PM
Samba Trio Masquerade
Join for a full Saturday of Halloween Culture (3-8pm) organized and hosted by the W.111th Block Association. Bring your family and pets dressed with their best to see the haunted fountain and try their fortune in winning the costume contests (4:45 pm). The IBOC Samba Trio starts at 3:30. (photo: Daniel Lincoln)
W 111th & Amsterdam Ave, NYC
10/15/22, 12:00 AM
São Paulo State Symphony Orchestra – OSESP
The São Paulo State Symphony Orchestra – OSESP will perform four concerts in the United
States between October 10th and 15th this year, on its first international tour since the
beginning of the pandemic. On Oct. 14 and Oct. 15 at Carnegie Hall in New
York - this will be the first time a Brazilian orchestra has played as part of the official programming of this legendary classical music stage.
7/30/22, 9:30 PM
IBOC Jazz Band
Join for a full Saturday of music and learn about Affordable Housing Access while enjoying local eats at the Morningside Heights Summer Festival of Arts & Culture (12-8pm) organized and hosted by the W.111th Block Association. The IBOC Jazz Band starts at 5:30 featuring band leader Marcelo Maccagnan on bass, vocalists Helena Beltrão & João MacDowell, percussionists Luan Barbosa & Juninho Karegato and Gabriel Gorski on guitar.
W 111th & Amsterdam Ave, NYC
7/29/22, 4:00 AM
Marcelo Maccagnan Night Tales Album Release
Marcelo is an electric and upright bass player originally from Brazil. His playing and compositions are heavily influenced by styles he grew up with, and this fusion of sounds is how the artist likes to define himself. With his latest album “Night Tales”, Marcelo places himself as a prolific bandleader and composer, with music in the genre he calls “Progressive Jazz”.
7/23/22, 8:00 PM
Bossa Nova in the Park
Featuring Brazil natives, vocalist/guitarist João MacDowell and percussionist Luan Barbosa, revamp the 1950s Bossa style. The repertoire of originals and standards, performed with a minimal setup, creates an atmosphere of subtle rhythms and sophisticated melodies. International Brazilian Opera - IBOC's resident composer, João MacDowell, dives into the music that shaped his musical language and songwriting.
Washington Square Park
7/20/22, 11:00 PM
My Roots Live in Brooklyn
Brazil Summer Fest Presents a traditional Roda de Samba by International Brazilian Opera Company's Extraordinary Artist Luan Barbosa Samba Group: My Roots Live in Brooklyn. Bring your instrument and get your dance on for a participatory experience.
Grand Army Plaza (Brooklyn)
7/2/22, 6:00 PM
RACE the Opera Artist Presentation
The July 2nd workshop performance will be the first early presentation of the work in progress for RACE the opera. Meet the creative team: dramaturg and family descendant Frank Shines, librettists Ashley Cornelius and Idris Goodwin, and IBOC art directors Athena Azevedo, João MacDowell, and Christina Morgan. The team will discuss the preliminary research and planning work, present their creative process, and discuss the work, musical references, and the characters. Members of the Stroud family will also share more about their family history.
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum