Perseptom conquest FEMUPO 2009 The end of the 2009 edition of the Festival de Música Popular Brasileira de Barueri (FEMUPO) held on August 22, said as the group winner Perseptom Vocal Band, in the “Silver House” and “Popular acclamation.” The musicians performed the song Impossible – written by the composer, singer and guitarist Giah Roney – the chapel, without the accompaniment of instruments. The composition will integrate the CD “Co’as throats and everything,” Roney of Giah and Perseptom, which is scheduled for the second half of 2010.
São Paulo, August 25, 2009 – The meeting of the seven members of the musical group Perseptom Vocal Band with the composer, singer and guitarist Giah Roney resulted in winning the 2009 edition of the Festival de Música Popular Brasileira de Barueri (FEMUPO), in the categories ” Silver House “and” Popular acclamation. ” Joining the technique of beat box (vocal percussion) with clean vocal timbres to get the sound of a full band, the group performed the song Perseptom Impossible Giah composition, and was acclaimed winner of the contest. Conducted by the Department of Culture and Tourism of Barueri – on Saturday (22/8), at the Cultural Center of Barueri in Sao Paulo – the FEMUPO met composers, arrangers, performers and bands around the initiative to spread the production of popular music. Created in 1977 and in its 13th year, the festival featured more than 500 compositions entered. Roney prepares Giah two launches for 2010. In the first half, will release the CD “Burning the soft spot” that is currently being finalized and had the support of Law Mendonça. The song Impossible, integrate the CD “Co’as throats and everything,” Roney of Giah and Perseptom, which is scheduled for the second half of 2010. According Giah, “the first is the result of friendship and joy that is born in the trials for this new CD.”
Perseptom Vocal Band Musicians of Perseptom – Eloiza and Estela Passion, Cris Santos, Valter Hannibal and Macarius, Diego de Jesus Machado and Du – four years devoted many hours of study and tests to hone their art. The result of this dedication can be seen on the first CD, “The Chapel Brazil”, released by Paulus. At 13 tracks, the musicians play classic MPB with creative arrangements and perfect the chapel (technique that avoids the use of instruments). Eclectic repertoire Alceu bring in Valencia, Chico César, Adoniran Barbosa, Tim Maia, Dorival Caymmi and Djavan, highlighting an unreleased track, written by Aníbal Macarius. Tim Award Nominee 2007, in the category Vocal Group, the debut CD won the second prize in the international Contemporary A Cappella Society of America (CARA), the categories Best World Music Album and Best Music World Music (music arrangement Annunciation of Alceu Valencia). Coming from religious schools – mostly learned to sing in churches – the musicians of Perseptom have won admirers from different musical strands. The singer and composer Chico César, after hearing the group at a festival, invited him for a cameo in CD tonsils. The admiration was mutual and musicians Chico Cesar Perseptom invited the band to record At first glance the CD “Brazil Chapel.” In 2004, the group did background vocals for Gal Costa, on Credicard Hall.