Tips for free programs in Rio de Janeiro

Tips for free programs in Rio de Janeiro
Tips for free programs in Rio de Janeiro

The schedule of free programs is full of celebrations in Rio. In celebration of Amazon Day, the gardens of the Museum of Modern Art receive free shows by Geraldo Azevedo, BK’, Samba they want, Carimbloco and other attractions. Parque Madureira, which completes 10 years of operation, will have a music party, gastronomy and even a Ferris wheel. The Independence bicentennial also receives homage, with 20 concerts from the Music of the Museum project. At Theatro Municipal, another concert marks a century since the first radio broadcast in Brazil.

Festival Amazônia de Pé In celebration of the Day of the Amazon (5/9), the Museum of Modern Art hosts, on Sunday (4), 12 hours of music on three stages set up in the gardens. The free program includes concerts by the likes of Geraldo Azevedo, BK’, Samba que elas want, Slam Laje with MC Martina and a procession from Carimbloco, in addition to DJs at intervals. On the children’s stage, Farra de Brinquedos, Mundo Aflora and Dauá make the children’s party. The event will also have the presence of the fair Junta Local. MAM: Av. Infante Dom Henrique 85, Landfill. Sun, from 10 am to 10 pm. Free of charge.

‘Festival 021 – Parque Madureira’ The park, which is a cultural stronghold in the Zona Norte neighborhood, celebrates its 10th anniversary with a party filled with music, art and gastronomy from Friday (2) to Sunday (4). One of the standout attractions is a 14-meter tall Ferris wheel, with free access. The rhythm is provided by the pagode groups Bom Gosto, Pique Novo, Balacobaco and Molejo, the band Samba Social Clube with guests, in addition to the drums of the Samba Schools of Portela, Império Serrano and the associations Em Cima da Hora and Arame de Ricardo. , samba circles and DJs. Madureira Park: Rua Soares Caldeira 115, Madureira. Fri, from 18:00 to 22:00. Sat and Sun, from 2pm to 10pm. Free by donating 1kg of non-perishable food.

Villa-Lobos and Modern Art One of the greatest Brazilian composers, Heitor Villa-Lobos is honored in a program at the museum that bears his name, in Botafogo, this Saturday (3). The event, which also celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Modern Art Week, will feature musical performances that give new arrangements by Villa-Lobos, including concerts by the choro group Trio Tuhu (at 6pm), by the duo formed by Bruno Valente and Lúcia Barrenechea. (at 8:20 pm) and by the Quintal do Villa quintet (at 9:00 pm). Villa-Lobos Museum: Rua Sorocaba 200, Botafogo. Sat, from 18:00 to 22:00. Free of charge.

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Feira Junta Local This Saturday (3rd) the CCBB parking lot will host the Feira Junta Local, with more than 50 stalls selling food, drinks and handcrafted items from small producers, and two musical performances. Jefferson Placido and Samba Nonsense play references from jazz to funk carioca (at 1 pm) and Jongo da Serrinha brings the dance to the rhythm of drums and songs (at 3:30 pm). CCBB: Rua Primeiro de Março 66, Centro. Sat, from 10 am to 5 pm. Free of charge.

Music at the Museum In the wake of the celebrations for the 200th anniversary of Brazil’s Independence, the Music at the Museum project holds 20 free concerts in historic buildings in different parts of the city from Thursday (1) to September 28. The opening of the event takes place at the Academia Brasileira de Letras (Av. Presidente Wilson 203, Castelo) with the farewell of harpsichordist Roberto de Regina, 95, from the Brazilian stages (tickets already sold out). Other presentations include Newton Nazareth at the Convento do Carmo (Rua 1º de Março, Centro. 2/9, at 12:30); Georgia Szpilman, Maria Luiza Lundberg and Moises Santos at the Museum of the Republic (Rua do Catete 153, Catete. 4/9, at 1 pm); and Adriana Kellner, Cecilia Guimaraes, Fernanda Cruz and Maria Helena de Andrade at CCBB (Rua Primeiro de Março 66, Centro. 7/9, at 12:30). The program also includes the Paço Imperial, the Royal Portuguese Cabinet of Reading, São Clemente Palace, Museum of Justice, Federal Justice Cultural Center, Army Museum and the Museum of Life (Fiocruz). .br/.

100 years of Radio The bicentennial of independence marks another cornerstone in the country’s history: a century since the first radio broadcast. On the occasion, after a speech by President Epitácio Pessoa, the opera “O Guarani”, by Carlos Gomes, was staged at the Municipal Theater. To celebrate the date, the temple of music hosts, in an evening of free concerts, the Symphony Orchestra of the Municipal Theater, performing excerpts from the opera “II Guarany” and other works, conducted by conductor Felipe Prazeres, and the National Symphony Orchestra, which presents “Choro nº 6”, by Heitor Villa-Lobos. Municipal Theater of Rio de Janeiro: Praça Floriano s/nº, Center. Wed at 7pm. Free of charge. Tickets through the Imply website. Free.

12th Outdoor Rocky Spirit Film Festival Get your sarongs and chairs ready because there’s going to be a movie on the beach. On Wednesday (7), the 12th edition of the Outdoor Rocky Spirit festival presents, starting at 5 pm, a series of documentaries with a theme related to nature and outdoor sports on screens installed on the beach of Ipanema (Posto 10), in the Gamboa Olympic Village and in the Nilton Santos Olympic Village, on Ilha do Governador. In total, six Brazilian productions and another 32 foreign ones will be shown. Ipanema Beach, station 10. Gamboa Olympic Village: Rua União s/n, Gamboa. Nilton Santos Olympic Village: Estrada do Rio Jequiá s/n, Ilha do Governador. Wed at 5pm.

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