Rodrigo Nassif in NYC
and Jazz Forum in Tarrytown, accompanied by North American musicians Nathan and Jacob Webb.
and at the traditional Cafe Thalia in Manhattan:
where I presented a show composed only of my compositions, accompanied by two highly regarded
American jazz musicians, the brothers Jacob and Nathan Webb.
We’re performing as a trio, Rodrigo Nassif Trio, we were a quartet until last year. In addition to Rodrigo on guitar, the show features
Leandro Schirmer on drums and keyboards and Samuel Basso on double bass and
percussion. Our last album: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1PW4ZRDBqihPo911H6kxBq
Rodrigo Nassif Trio is considered today a reference in the Brazilian instrumental music, according to material from UOL Música
We have done shows on iconic stages in Brazil like Sesc Pompeia in Sao Paulo and the respected Blue Note RJ.
Here is an excerpt from our presentation at Choperia do Sesc Pompeii:
In early 2017 I performed in Europe, the shows were in England, reverberating in France and Italy. Interview in Paris for
at Bossa Brazil Magazine UK:
and on the renowned Italian jazz site The Argonaut:
In BH Jazz Club
“Every Day Will Be Fall” has been ranked # 1 on the iTunes Store’s # 1 bestseller in the “Instrumental” category (https://goo.gl/A5gbQt). We also participated in the project considered a reference of instrumental music in SP, the Sesc Consolação Instrumental Sesc Brasil, which provided us with a documentary about our compositions and a show recorded in HD with mixed and mastered sound:
https://goo.gl/g1CDI1 (show) https://goo.gl/IP9Zto (documentary).
At the time of release, the album also featured on several top lists of the year. Interestingly, many of these lists are intended for pop albums, not classical or instrumental. But the album appears in the list of sites such as The Best of Brazilian Music of Embrulhador (https://goo.gl/IVGefZ), maintained by the respected journalist Ed Felix. It is noteworthy that the release show for “Every Day Will Fall” was a sold-out presentation at the São Pedro Theater in Porto Alegre (https://goo.gl/7usVun).
Before the quartet he had 3 solo albums released – Rodrigo Nassif (2008), Fronteira (2010) and O Pulo do Gato (2011) – and was the winner of the Açorianos Award in the category Best Instrumental Interpreter. With the second and third albums received very complimentary reviews in Bravo magazine! and also on Guitar PRO.
Every day will be fall
Sea from inside
Rock of the future
Like Rodrigo Nassif Trio
Still in 2019 we were invited to participate in the collection Without Words,
for the record label Tratore, where we recreated the classic Tropicália, by Caetano Veloso, in a rhythm of cumbia: