Zilong Brazil is an production company founded by Ale Amazonia (aka Zhao Zilong), Shanghai’s Dirty Fingers Drummer. The main focus of the company is to promote and create coo-production between Brazilians and Chinese artists. Since its foundation in 2014 produced, mostly in partnership with the Brazilian Embassy and Consulates in China, film festivals, movies, documentaries and tours. In 2016, brought to Brazil two Chinese indie rock bands (Little Monster & Old Aunties) for a tour on the Brazil underground. In the same year produced the feature film “INAUDITO/UNHEARD-OF” (not released in China yet), that tell the story of the guitar player Lanny Gordin one of the most insane musician during the Brazilian Tropicalia Movement in 70’s, that was born in Shanghai. The movie was shoot in guerrilla style, casting artists from the underground scene in Shanghai such as the visual artist 片子, F (Pairs/老阿姨), 黒木, Shanghai Old Jazz Band Peace Hotel and bunch of random people met on the street in Shanghai having interactions with the guitarist. The movie happens between Shanghai and Sao Paulo in Brazil.
今年，Zilong Brazil将以中国巡演制作人的身份亮相，为巴西的爵士乐队bossa-nova集团“Brasil In Trio巴西三重奏”在北京和上海之间举办4场音乐会。
This year, Zilong Brazil will have its debute as China tour producer, bringing to the middle kingdom the Brazilian jazz bossa-nova group, “Brasil In Trio” for 4 concerts between Beijing and Shanghai.
“Brasil In Trio巴西三重奏”
“Brasil In Trio巴西三重奏”的作品包括多种巴西元素的韵律，如轻音乐，桑巴，马克西舞曲，Maracatu，Baião，Bossa-Nova和一些爵士乐元素。 这个三人组成立于2007年，呈现出巴西当代流行乐的特色，但是它不但没有脱离传统，而且以现代和创新的方式进行调色。
“Brasil In Trio巴西三重奏”包括 Everton Luiz（萨克斯和长笛），Diego Amaral（打击乐） 和 Julio Lemos（七弦吉他），这三位音乐家也是巴西戈亚斯联邦大学的音乐教师。
The group “Brasil In Trio” works consists of a diversity of Brazilian rhythms such as Choro, Samba, Maxixe, Maracatu, Baião, Bossa-Nova and a bit of Jazz. Formed in 2007, the trio presents a traditional work regarding brazilian’s popular music but spices it up with modern and innovative aspects without breaking away from tradition. “Brasil In Trio” consist as Everton Luiz (saxophone and flute), Diego Amaral (percussion) and Julio Lemos (7-string guitar), the three musicians are also music teachers at the Federal University of Goiás, in Brazil.