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Marcos Milagres Marcos Milagres

His career as a performer on bass and Double Bass is complemented by other areas within the recording and music production. Composer and arranger, born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, has developed through research and experimentation of the instrument, new ways and techniques of execution, which together with the influence of musical styles from Europe, Africa, North & Latin America; concur to enrich his music.

In the scene, he has collaborated with great musicians of international stature such as Hermeto Paschoal, Greg Osby, Tom Coster, Paquito D’Rivera, Adam Rapa, Osmany Paredes, Jovino Santos Neto, Misha Piatigorsky, Robertinho di Paula and Henry Cole.

He currently lives in Mexico City, where he has participated in a number of cultural events and festivals with important musicians of  Mexican jazz scene such  as Hector Infanzón, Cris Lobo, Chucho Lopez, Enrique Nery, João Henrique, Elizabeth Meza, Alex Mercado, Roberto “Betuco” Arballo, Victor Patron, to name a few.

Marcos in now touring and promoting his new album “Feira” in several venues and festivals with his Trio being accompanied by the best musicians in Mexico City's jazz scene.


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Primary Instrument

Bass, acoustic

Location

Mexico City

Willing to teach

Advanced only

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Albums

Album Feira by Marcos Milagres

Feira

Milagres Records
2018

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Primeiro Encontro

Primeiro Encontro

Marcos Milagres
Feira

Ginga Carioca

Ginga Carioca

Marcos Milagres
Feira

Feira de São Cristovão

Feira de São Cristovão

Marcos Milagres
Feira

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