Tag Archive: Conrado Paulino

Feb 14 2017

Conrado Paulino & Rosa Passos: Eu Sei Que Vou Te Amar

Heavenly! Nothing could be more appropriate to celebrate Valentine’s Day with this tranquil rendition of Antônio Carlos Jobim and Vinícius de Moraes’ “Eu Sei Que Vou Te Amar.” In October of 2012, Conrado Paulino invited Rosa Passos to join him at the TV program  Talentos (TV Câmara, Brasília). The result speaks for itself. What is truly …

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Nov 25 2015

Conrado Paulino Quarteto: Quatro Climas

Beautiful Music for Every Mood! Guitarist, arranger and composer Conrado Paulino (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1960) started his professional career in Campinas, São Paulo, in the early 1980s. After playing in some of the local nightclubs there, he moved to São Paulo. He studied classic guitar with Jorge Molinari and Roberto Lara while still living in Argentina. …

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Mar 16 2011

Conrado Paulino: Wrong Way

The Art of Improvisation   After his 2005 Quarteto, Conrado Paulino now graces us with a brand new album of solo guitar work. The album also differs from his previous work in the solid repertoire chosen. With an excellent selection covering some of Brazil’s most significant songwriters and a couple of U.S. standards, Wrong Way …

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Mar 16 2011

Conrado Paulino

Educator, guitarist, composer, arranger Conrado Paulino has performed with the best in Brazilian music, including Rosa Passos, Johnny Alf, Sueli Costa, Zimbo Trio, Paulinho Nogueira, Roberto Menescal, and Alaíde Costa among dozen others. Official web site: Conrado Paulino   Quarteto (2007) Wrong Way (2010) Quatro Climas (2016)  

Jan 16 2007

Conrado Paulino: Quarteto

A Touch of Class   “How long was I unaware of your art? I’ve wasted so much time! […] I am honored to talk about the great master you are. Life is worth because of people like you.” [Roberto Menescal] “In all tracks of the album we can feel the essence of our instrumental music in …

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