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Ginga: Brazilian music for Colorado and beyond!

Ginga has been dazzling audiences with the captivating rhythms and energy of traditional Brazilian music for over a decade.  Cultivated in Boulder, Colorado and comprised of some of the best jazz, classical and salsa musicians on the Front Range, Ginga is THE powerhouse Brazilian band in Colorado.

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Our music

      Lucidez
      Suingue do Samba
      Zé do Caroço

 

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Venues played

Theaters/clubs

Boulder Theater, Boulder CO

Fox Theater, Boulder CO

eTown Hall, Boulder CO

St. Julien Hotel, Boulder CO

Shine, Boulder CO

Laughing Goat, Boulder CO

Caffe Sole, Boulder CO

Mercury Cafe, Denver CO

DazzleJazz, Denver CO

Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret, Denver CO

Festivals

Colorado Brazil Fest, Boulder CO

Bohemian Nights Music Festival, Ft. Collins CO

Vail Jazz summer concert series, Vail CO

Estes Park Jazz Festival, Estes Park CO

Longmont Jazz Festival, Longmont CO

Sounds Exciting Summer Concert Series, Lakewood, CO

Aurora Arts Festival, Aurora CO

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Press

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“The Brazilian grooves coming from this band seem deliberately designed, like in a laboratory or something, to make you dance your ass off.”
Boulder County Events, Boulder Weekly, January, 2014

“Most of us have seen images of Carnaval celebrated in Brazil. Beautiful women dancing in thongs and elaborate costumes to live drummers, the streets crowded with people dancing. It is a world-famous event known for Samba music and dancers performing live on the streets in front of a cheering crowd. Few of us in Colorado have been to Brazil to see this celebration in person, but a group of Coloradans brought the celebration for us to enjoy at the Mercury Café in Denver.”
Brazilians bring alegria to Denver, Denver Post, August 25, 2011

“Within minutes, half the crowd is on their feet, swaying and smiling (and some singing along) to the mellifluous, gently intoxicating strains of Brazilian samba.”
Duas caipirinhas, por favor, Boulder Magazine, Winter 2011

“With tons of writhing bodies and samba maniacs… it’s a sight to see.”
– Panorama Pick, Boulder Weekly, March 3, 2011

“Brazilian Heat at the Mercury Cafe for Brazilian Carnaval”
– Examiner.com

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