Silibrina’s performances are influenced by jazz, pop and the rhythms of Brazilian popular culture such as frevo, maracatu, and baiao. They present unreleased compositions that showcase the brasilidade of the musicians who make up the group. The percussion instruments that are always found in Brazilian music include the guitar, piano, bass, guitar, and metals. This results in a new way of listening to music that is both elegant and electrifying. The Brazilian instrumental music group Silibrina, which includes the pianist Gabriel Nobrega and has performed in Latin America, America, Canada, and Europe, and carries two albums: O Raio (2017) and Estandarte (1999). from

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