Sweet Sao Paulo has knit a patchwork of free cultural activities for you to attend in April. Follow the guide !
The artistic minute : if you like Brasilian contemporary art. The Imagine Brasil show is a must see. The most current and relevant Brasilian artists have been selected by the Tomie Ohtake Instituto. To be admired, the works of Adriano Costa, Cildo Mereiles and Jonathas de Andrade.
Tuesday to Sunday, from 11am to 8pm until May 3rd, 2015.
Instituto Tomie Ohtake http://www.institutotomieohtake.org.br/programacao/exposicoes/imagine/
An enchanted evening at the theatre ? O Homen de la Mancha is an adaptation from a Broadway classic, inspired by Quixote de Cervantes. The text has been translated into Portuguese by Chico Buarque de Holanda and Ruy Guerra. Miguel Falabella is directing the play. Centro Cultural Fiesp – Ruth Cardoso
Until June 28. Wednesday to Friday, 9pm ; Saturday 5pm and 9pm; Sunday 3pm and 7pm. Book your ticket online: http://www.sesisp.org.br/meu-sesi
Need a cinema "dark room" break ? From April 9 to 19, CCBB will hold its 20th É tudo verdade documentary film festival. A must see. Program soon available on : http://www.etudoverdade.com.br/br/home/ Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil Sao Paulo.
Nothing beats classical: Tom Jobim, Vinicius de Morais and Chopin will be played and heard at O Brasil em dois pianos. On April 12, Sala Sao Paulo is the place to be for a musical awakening.
MPB sound : several intense and acknowledged prestations have led the Gaucho Filipe Catto to become the new breed of MPB. Never heard about him ? Please come and discover his talent at Theatro Leopoldo Froes. April 11. http://circuitospdecultura.prefeitura.sp.gov.br/agenda/16379/