Marcos Nimrichter is a pianist, accordionist, composer, arranger, music producer, television host and teacher. He began his music studies at the age of 4. He graduated in piano and composition from the School of Music of UFRJ, where he also taught piano and harmony as a guest teacher. He created music for some phenomenal albums namely “Marcos Nimrichter” (2003), and “Radames in Company” (2005), for recording Fine Biscuit, and “Radames Gnattali – 100 Years. With the New Quintet (2006) by Rob Digital label. Along with an already established career, he has participated in shows, worked on albums with artists from Brazil and from the international jazz circuit. Some of the artists include Wynton Marsalis, Al Jarreau, Michel Legrand, Stanley Jordan, Billy Cobham, Mario Adnet, Moacir Santos, Dori Caymmi, Chico Buarque, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Djavan, Gilberto Gil, Ivan Lins, Maria Bethânia, Leo Gandelman, Orquestra Sinfônica Brasileira, Orquestra Sinfônica do Estado de São Paulo, Orquestra Sinfônica de Fort Lauderdale (Florida) and Orquestra Sinfonia Brasil
Marcos presented and directed for three consecutive years (2009 – 2011), the Studio 66 program, Channel Brazil, where he received guests for musical improvisations. Among them were John Bosco, Caetano Veloso and Ed Motta and some of the best musicians of the country. Among his most recent work (2012) was the release of the CD / DVD “Querencia”, the label Collection Channel Brazil, and the original soundtrack of the film “Dossier Jango” by Paulo Henrique Fontenelle, and a tour with the singer Maria Bethania.
He played piano on the album “Choros e Alegria”, by Moacir Santos that won TIM Prize in 2005. Mr. Marcos also played piano on the album “Radamés e o Sax”, by Leo Gandelman that won TIM Prize in 2005. Finally as a great achievement he played piano on an amazing album “Jobim Sinfônico” that won the Grammy Awards (USA). His musical experimentations are ongoing with legendary artists. Meanwhile he continues to follow his dream of imparting Music Education around the globe.
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