$10 in advance
$12 at the door
Rio de Janeiro native Veronica Nunes is the daughter of a classical pianist, and grew up listening to both classical music and native Brazilian forms like choro, a samba predecessor. She’s sung professionally since the age of 15, and currently lives in New York City where she’s performed regularly at the legendary Cafe Wha?, Zinc Bar, Nublu and other prestigious venues. In addition to her enchanting vocals she plays the cavaquinho, a steel string relative of the ukulele that brings a silvery rhythmic sparkle to the mix. She met Brazilian jazz guitar prodigy Ricardo Vogt when they were both members of NYC band Brazooka. A graduate of the Berklee School of Music, Vogt is a member of bassist Esperanza Spalding’s band and tours with Milton Nascimento and Elaine Elias. Together they offer a refreshing tropical antidote to the February doldrums.