Listen to Music from Beatrice Mason’s Brasilian Blues and Jazz Album: Live in Germany in February 2013

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Brasilian jazz/blues artist Beatrice Mason has been creating a lot of buzz as well as developing a cult following in her hometown of Rio de Janeiro since the release of her latest album, Mosaic.  Her album sits in the “Top Album” category on iTunes and is entirely in Portuguese with the exception of the track “Caramel”.  She has performed at the International Music Conference as well as Midem 2011 with standing room only crowds and is set to headline again this year at this highly attended conference in France. Mosaico received rave reviews by her fans and critics alike. With her distinctive sound, Mason has crossed over to new audiences in Europe and the United States.

The “Globo”, one of the largest newspapers in Brazil, writes about her debut: “A very tasteful album that is both classic and modern.” In spring 2013, the singer comes to Europe for the second time. After their stop at the music fair MIDEM in Cannes more concerts in Germany, France and Sweden are planned. Her repertoire includes the title of her album and other works from the Brasilian and international music world. She is currently working on her second album and the album’s release in the U.S.

For more information, tour dates, etc. visit her website here: www.BeatriceMason.com.br

 

To listen to tracks go to iTunes at: http://bit.ly/ITunes_Beatrice

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