Samba has always been part of Roberta Sá's trajectory. Since childhood, the rhythm has been present in her life and has gained a privileged space in her discography and concerts. An important chapter of this history is written with "Sambasá". On stage, Roberta recreates the atmosphere of the samba circles and celebrates the most Brazilian of musical genres.
"I always wanted to do a show like this, like a samba circle, where people can sing the songs, with sambas that are more 'open and out loud'. "Sambasá" came to be part of my life, and I will perform it whenever there is an opportunity," celebrates the artist.
In the script, the songs in her repertoire are mixed with some hits by names such as Zeca Pagodinho, Alcione, Xande de Pilares, Martinho da Vila, Dudu Nobre and Jorge Aragão. The feminine force in samba is remembered and reaffirmed through classics by Dona Ivone Lara, Alcione, Jovelina Pérola Negra, and Beth Carvalho - who receives a special tribute with the inclusion of "Samba de Arerê" and "Água de Chuva no Mar".
"Beth is a reference for me, a very important woman for the choices she made in her life and career. She had to be highlighted in this script, in which I chose songs that are part of various phases of Brazilian samba and my life", says Roberta, who picked out unique songs such as "Fala Baixinho", recorded by Grupo Revelação, "Maneiras", a success by Zeca Pagodinho, and "Alguém me Avisou", by Dona Ivone Lara.
The singer shows new songs like "Luz da Minha Vida" (Toninho Geraes / Chico Alves) and "Nossos Planos" (Fred Camacho / Leandro Fab / Carlos Caetano), and revisits songs from her setlist, such as "Alô Fevereiro" (Sidney Miller) and "Interessa" (Carvalhinho), from the album "Que Belo Estranho Dia Pra Se Ter Alegria"; and "Ah, Se Eu Vou" (Lula Queiroga), from "Braseiro". "Amanhã é Sábado", written by Martinho da Vila especially for Roberta to record, also appears in the setlist.
"Sambasá" has a band that specializes in making people dance all night long: Roberta sings accompanied by Alaan Monteiro (cavaquinho and musical direction), André Manhães (drums), Gabriel de Aquino (guitar), João Rafael (bass), and Thiaguinho Castro (pandeiro, congas, caixa, repique de anel, tamborim, effects).
Le 3 juillet 2023 de 20:00 à 22:00
Le Baixu, Tour et Taxis, Shed 3 rue Picard, 1080, Bruxelles Belgique