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YouTube Videos
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2021-11-09T19:05:50.000Z
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57
Video Title:
Rafael Pondé Ep 6 - "Candomblé Sagrado"
Description:
Singer/songwriter Rafael Pondé performs his song "Candomblé Sagrado". This song was inspired by his participation is a panel discussion for Brazil in DC's film screening of Mulheres de Axé, directed by Marcos Rezende. Part of a series of educational videos created for the Smithsonian Folklife Festival's Brazil in DC initiative. Rafael Pondé is a prolific musician, born and raised in Salvador, Bahia in Brazil, and now resides in Washington, D.C. Curators: Cristina Díaz-Carrera and Julia Gutiérrez-Rivera Videographer/Editor: Albert Tong Production Crew: Jason Morris, Alex Taggert Shot at Bossa Bistro + Lounge on 18th St NW in Washington, D.C., special thanks to Bossa co-owner Robert Coltun. The video content presented here can be used by teachers, educators, caretakers, and others to enrich ideas examined in school curricula or cultural programming. Each video series features a particular Brazilian artist or group based in the Washington, DC area. They are designed to accompany activity plans that will soon be available as downloadable PDF’s through our website, check back for a link in December 2021. About Brazil in DC Brazil in DC is a special community engagement initiative of the Smithsonian Folklife Festival that celebrates Afro-Latinx cultural expressions and the Brazilian communities in Washington, D.C. The Brazil in D.C. program received federal support from the Latino Initiatives Pool, administered by the Smithsonian Latino Center.
Video Duration:
3 min 45 sec
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