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CANDOMBE

The group Canbombe proposes to take you on a hypothetical trip through Cuba, Brazil until Buenos Aires to rediscover the traditional latin-american culture.
The music, which is composed and arranged by Silvio Zalambani, is inspired by many characteristic styles of these countries, of which it underlines their european and above all common african origin.

The “Grupo Candombe” started in 2000 as a research project about the traditional latin-american music, after being inspired by a presentation of Ernesto Cardenal’s book “Quetzalcòatl”, ex Minister of Nicaragua.
The group has performed in different theatres, clubs and festivals. In 2002 the project was proposed in Brazil.

The group has just released two recordings: the first CD “Grupo Candombe” was released in 2001 (and reprinted in 2004) and presented at the Alighieri Theatre of Ravenna and then the live concert was broadcasted by RAI Radio3-Suite directed from Rome; the second CD “Grupo Candombe 2″ was released in 2005 and it was presented on RAI Radio1, during the program ” Brasil”.

For 2010 they’re working on a new albun with the argentine singer Sandra Rehder; many collaborations are also planned with other international artists like brazilian Mario Féres (pianist and singer), Lulla Oliveira(multi-instrumental composer and “Pae de Santo” of afrobrazilian Candomblé), Diana Horta Popoff (singer, flutist-pianist and composer), and argentine Lucas Guinot (pianist and composer) and Lucrecia Longarini (singer).