Commemorating Mestre Curtis and Professora Carolyn Barder-Pierre
For their dedication to Brasilian culture since 1986 and Casa Samba’s 35th year Anniversary
Mestre Curtis Pierre
About the Festival at the New Orleans Jazz Museum SEPT. 17
Featuring the afro cultures of carnival and their parading traditions
Why it’s called New Orleans Brasil day? Working in collaboration with Giovanni Santos Brasilian guitarist and songwriter. We decided the festival should highlight the Afro-Brasilian culture of Carnaval and how they relate to the Afro-Carnaval cultures here in New Orleans.

Small snippets of African string instruments African percussion I hope to make a fusion to play Brazilian music and African music all at the same time. Playing traditional Brazilian rhythms on traditional African instruments

A performance done collaboration with the melon fellowship of Tulane university and Mestre Curtis & casa samba for a highlighted performance for the community.

2022 Zulu Carnation Ball February 25

This is the time where the audience gets to participate in the performance. As an interactive Brazilian Carnival Experience.

This is a Gallery About aPrivate party, Where the client wanted to take pictures and also participate in the Performance with us some small choreography

Kapoeira Kids training part two