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Salomão Soares – Interior tour – The Project

To bring some of his history so far in music, the pianist, composer and arranger Salomão Soares, faces the challenge of playing alone and releases Interior, his first solo album. With homages, references, and important influences in his formation as a human being and as a musician, the record has seven compositions and two new interpretations, and will be on the digital platforms in March 2023.

Born and raised in Cruz do Espírito Santo, in the interior of Paraíba state, and currently living in São Paulo, also in Brazil, Salomão Soares is a pianist, arranger, and composer. He has stood out as one of the great revelations of the new generation of Brazilian musicians, sharing stages with important names in Brazilian music such as Hermeto Pascoal, Toninho Horta, Hamilton de Holanda, Leny Andrade, Filó Machado, Renato Braz, Mônica Salmasso, Itiberê Zwarg, Arismar do Espírito Santo, Toninho Ferragutti (with whom he recorded a duo album), among many others.

He won the Mimo Instrumental Award 2017, was a finalist in the Piano Competition at the Montreaux Festival 2017, Switzerland, and winner of the New Talents Award at the Savassi Festival 2018, in Belo Horizonte.

He has performed in several festivals and tours around the world, as recently in Spain and Portugal, alongside the singer Vanessa Moreno, or in Uruguay and Brazil, as, for example, in SESC Jazz, one of the best known jazz festivals in Latin America, with his trio and also as a special guest of Hermeto Pascoal.

Tour Details

SALOMÃO SOARES – TOUR 2023/24 – 1 musician on stage

On his solo tour, the pianist intends to present Interior, his new album, his first solo work, to be released in May this year. With tributes, references and important influences in his formation as a human being and as a musician, Salomão describes this new project as “a conversation with my inner self, a search and also a visit to all my musical history. I think that the solo for the pianist is what is most pure and simple, it is like going up completely naked to play, without external interferences, so it will always be challenging and new.

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