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Jovino Santos Neto

Neto and Quartet

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Jovino Santos Neto, originally from Rio de Janeiro, began playing the piano at the age of thirteen. From 1977 to 1993, Jovino sharpened his talents as a pianist, flutist, composer and arranger, working with the legendary Brazilian composer Hermeto Pascoal. In 1993, Jovino left Hermeto´s group to pursue a solo career. In 1995 Jovino joined the Fourth World; performing in the United States, Europe, South America and Asia. Jovino now heads his own quartet with Hans Teuber, Chuck Dearaori and Mark Ivester. ...lyrical and romantic, rhythmic and natural. - Roberta Penn, Seattle Post-Intelligencer.-

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