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Bloco Brass


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Bloco Brass are a modern brass and drums band founded in 2018 playing upbeat rock and pop songs by the likes of Taylor Swift, Coldplay, Drake and Ed Sheeran.

These guys are multi-talented! With a sprinkle of Brazilian musicians in their crew, this band isn't just about one style. They'll serenade you with a mix of Brazilian tunes, both old-school jams by legends like Tom Jobim and modern hits by artists like Lady Gaga. They'll transport you straight to the heart of a classic Brazilian Carnival street band—known as a "Carnaval Bloco" in Brazil—bringing all that electrifying excitement right to your event!

Merging influences from both the UK and Brazil and drawing on their studies at Juilliard School in New York, Bloco Brass have created unique arrangements of popular songs that recreate the carnival atmosphere of Rio De Janeiro, whilst delighting crowds with familiar favourites.

Don't miss the opportunity to bring the spirit of Carnaval to your event and let Bloco Brass introduce you to the party atmosphere of Brazil with a European twist. Viva o Carnaval!

The band can offer discounts for less performance time (1 x 60 minute set) - please enquire.

Performance info

Starting line-up Trumpets; alto sax; bass trombone; full drum kit
Performance duration 2 x 45 minute sets

Booking options

Song requests
Add £0
The band are happy to learn and perform a request (eg. first dance), subject to suitability
Add extra horn (sax, trombone or trumpet) or percussion
From £200
For a bigger, brassier or more rhythmic sound

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