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Caetano Veloso, Barbican Hall

Caetano Veloso, Barbican Hall

Brazilian genius brings magic to London's high summer

Caetano Veloso: `a voice that appears to have been hatched, yesterday, from honey'
He's a small man, wiry, bespectacled. His three band members - guitarist Pedro Sá, bassist Ricardo Dias Gomes, percussionist Marcelo Callado - must each be about a third his age: a case of three pupils and a professor? Behind them is a screen which, through this one-and-a-half-hour set, will flash up clips of Brazilian seascapes and city scenes, mainly of Rio de Janeiro.

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