Orkestra Bandida, a group affiliated with the Tarab Foundation, will present at MCB the first CD – Orkestra Bandida – 2016 -, which was recorded in São Paulo, and brings all the richness of timbres and melodies worked by the group in ten traditional songs from the cabarets orient Formed by multi-instrumental musicians, scholars and researchers of oriental gypsy music, during the show the audience will know a bit more of a peculiar instrumentation that includes lute, saz, clarinetes, ney flute, kaval, fiddle, oriental percussion, tuba and accordion , from acoustic to electric. The show also features oriental dance performances with the participation of the dancer Bruna Milani.

October 1st, Sunday at 11am – free admission (subject to stocking)
Prefer the public transport
15 minutes from the subway Faria Lima
Bicycles with 42 places
On-site parking


01. Laz Bar – Tradicional Turquia
02. Balmont – Tradicional Macedônia
03. Rompi Rompi – Tradicional Turquia
04. Osman Aga – Tradicional Cigana
05. Dejan – Tradicional Macedônia
06. Tears – Selim Sesler
07. Karanfil – Tradicional Anatólia
08. Sunet Oro – Tradicional Anatólia
09. Mastika Mastika – Tradicional Turquia
10. Firuse Arabesk – Tradicional Turquia
11. Silistrenka Tropanka – Tradicional Bulgária
12. Çoçek Roma – Tradicional Macedônia
13. Farisanov Çoçek – Tradicional Macedônia
14. Troika – Tradicional Bulgária
15. Oriental Express – Tradicional Turquia


About the project Música no MCB
With continuous editions since 1999, the project Music at MCB has benefited more than 240,000 people, who had free access to shows from groups such as Pau Brasil, Zimbo Trio, Projeto Coisa Fina, Orquestra Bachiana Jovem, Grupo Aum, Mawaca and Traditional Jazz Band, among others. The presentations, which take place on stage set up on the terrace of the Casa Brasileira Museum between March and December, currently gather around 400 spectators each Sunday.

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