With over thirty years of experience with work in Brazil and abroad, Mozar Earth, composer, arranger and pianist, released her first CD of Composition Notebook. A gift for your audience, which has all the originality and his language distinctly Brazilian. Playing with consummate talented artists such as Milton Banana, Caetano Veloso and Lucio Alves, Brazil, moved to France where he would record two albums with drummer Nene, "Point of Musicians" and "Minuano", also followed the singer Joyce in his European tour, and playing in various jazz clubs of Paris.
He moved to Denmark where he was invited to workshops to promote the Danish Jazz Center, as well as in Rotterdams Conservatorium in the Netherlands. When you meet Edson Machado form the group "Edson Machado and Good News," who went to America on tour.
Back in Brazil, already well known and respected for his work, was invited to participate in various projects. Among them: Project Tom Brazil, where they recorded several CDs with big names such as Egberto Gismonte, Paulo Moura, Wagner Tiso, Raphael Rabello, among others; Crying High Project with Jim Hall, Oscar Castro-Neves and the Quartet composed by musicians Sizão Free Machado (bass), Teco Cardoso (woodwinds) and Tutty Moreno (drums).
Along with singer-songwriter Joyce and Free Quartet toured throughout Brazil, Europe and Japan Still Joyce, participated as a pianist and arranger in the recording of Song Books Ari Barroso, João Donato and Tom Jobim.
Participated in two consecutive years at the Festival of Campos do Jordao, sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of the State of São Paulo, responsible for Piano Master Class Brazilian People. Serves on several educational projects with his "Piano Rhythmic Brazilian", the Free University of Music Tom Jobim. He is currently touring the release of their CD.
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