6 de June de 2018


Sling Embassador is an independent artist, a professional of the musical universe, or even an enthusiast and music lover who shares our purpose for help independent artists and foster the ecosystem of independent music. The ambassador embraces this mission in unity and cooperation so that we, together, transforming this unequal and unsustainable reality of industry.

Isadora Azzalin:

Tricky and enthusiastic professional, I have 5 years of experience in market analysis and administrative and financial management of a multinational branch.

A multicultural education and the ability of communication and proactivity coupled with curiosity make me a versatile professional, able to see opportunities and seek solutions to problems.

With an entrepreneurial mindset and business owner, my holistic vision enabled me to act by assuming various roles within the same organization, being a key part of the company’s business. Now I want to use my energy for the commercial area.

With experience of reporting to C-Level in Italy, negotiation with clients and suppliers, supervision of administrative activities, besides intermediation with lawyers and being responsible for accounting and dealing with banks, qualify me to seek an opportunity in the commercial area.

I want to use my knowledge acquired during college and now in the postgraduate degree in Sales and Marketing Management to assemble strategies, execute them and bring results.My growth-oriented mindset and risk appetite make me make the decision to change careers.

The last book I just read and recommend: abundance. Beyond this: outliers, blink, s.a. creativity, the power of habit, the art of war, among others. I am interested in technology, education and sustainability. I dream of working with businesses that involve these passions.

Bolero Freak Band:

Bolero Freak Band earlier known around the music, Daniel Lotoy and Renata Versolato (vocals), Renato Leite and Thor Moura (bass), Evandro Ferreira (guitar and guitar) and Abner Paul (drums and percussion) and Daniel Warschauer (Acordeon) gathered in to create band Bolero Freak. Bolero Freak has as its proposal the mixture of musical styles, joining the diversity existing within the own band that has members with different references. In the musical research track, always on the bias of the mix, the band arrived at Tropicalismo, an iconic movement in Brazilian music that had as one of its deepest characteristics the incorporation of styles (at the time, the use of the electric guitar was one of the greatest references in this sense) and the dialogue with other forms of artistic expression, such as literature and the plastic arts. The interest in this form of musicality has been so profound and has influenced the band to the point of doing a project in honor of the movement led by Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil. It’s the project Bolero Freak plays Tropicália or Panis et Circencis.

Daniel Lotoy:

The versatility and ability to move between musical genres is one of the main characteristics of this artist.

Currently Daniel Lotoy acts as a singer and composer in his own work, with which he won awards at music festivals in the state of São Paulo. He participated in musicals on cruise ships around the world, singing for the Caribbean Seas, Mexican Coast and Baja California, by the Spanish company Pullmantur (arm of Royal Caribbean).

He has participated in several bands, groups, pieces and montages, always emphasizing the musical quality and performance.

Renato Leite:

Brazilian bass player living in the city of São Paulo. Track my work on youtube videos, bands and bass lessons

Evandro Ferreira:

Evandro Ferreira is a guitarist, guitarist, singer, arranger and music teacher. Currently he works with the band Bolero Freak and the theater group Parlapatões in the show “The King of the Candle”.

Daniel Warschauer:

Pianist and Accordionist, graduated from Unicamp (2012/2013) and EMESP (2015). He works in several segments of popular music and teaches private lessons. She works with the band Bolero Freak, the theater group Parlapatões in the show “The King of the Candle”, the Colombian singer Victoria Saavedra and others.

Renata Versolato:

Artist spirit, born in musical cradle, daughter of the great saxophonist musician Ubaldo Versolato, has a lot of experience as an independent artist and cultural producer having performed several works in São Paulo, Brazil and in the World. Currently she is an interpreter singer, actress in plays and musicals, she performs in the show “O Rei da Vela” with the theater group Parlapatões, and performs artistic and musical works with Bolero Freak, Charanga da Popota and others.

Abner Paul:

Drummer and natural composer of Joinville and resident in São Paulo-SP since 2007. Bachelor in Popular Music by Santa Marcelina College. Currently he works with the band Bolero Freak and the theater group Parlapatões in the show “The King of the Candle”.

Black Buddha Namaste:

Black Buddha Namaste is a musical group created from the need to bring music as an internal development tool through the mantra, an instrument for the mind. It emerged in 2010 at the meeting of Sun Vaz with Alexandre Leite and, in the following years, joined them, Thor Moura and Pati Passoni. The current quartet has as an instrumental base the piano, the guitar, the bass, the percussion and the voices, with compositions and arrangements of the members themselves. Its main objective is to sing the sacred independent of culture in a harmonious fusion of sonorities, rhythms, songs and traditions and share this experience with everyone.

The first album, Vocare, 2011, opens the musical paths with a repertoire of mantras and Brazilian music, still with some versions. The second album, Visible Things in the Invisible, 2015, totally autoral, presents only compositions of the group for the mantras and a song in Portuguese. The new work, under construction, expands the universe of prayers by coming into contact with the sacred songs of various traditions, peoples and cultures.

The name and logo are concepts created from the Buddha, representative of the divine seed that exists within each one, of enlightenment and freedom. Black represents the rhythm, the tribal in the music. Namaste means the junction of the two worlds; the two polarities that touch the heart; the divine in me salutes the divine that is in you. Buddha in a feminine and black form, breaking patterns and showing endless possibilities.

However, Vocational Expression Teacher Since 1989 he has worked as a professional pianist exploring both the popular and the popular repertoire. Composer of tracks for plays directed by Marcelo Colavitto and Guilherme Sant’Anna, also acting as instrumentalist and vocal arranger of actors at the Ewerton de Castro Theater School and Nilton Travesso Actors Workshop between 1999 and 2009. Music therapist working on the ” The recording of the CD “Brazilian Fruit Series I” as a solo pianist – Composer Rodrigo Vitta 2002. In 2002, he designed the project “The Awakening of Musicality” in which the main intention is to bring a deep state of presence to the participants, through sound-musical activities made in wheel. Since 2014 he has held weekly meetings in the city of São Paulo and in 2016 in other Brazilian cities. Regent of the Cantabbot group – between 2005 and 2010. Music teacher in the social project Guri Santa Marcelina since 2008. Regent of the group Messenger of Peace since 2010. Pianist preparer of the CESP Choir since 1998 and of the Coral Messenger of Peace between 2002 and 2010. Creator and regent of the Choral Group of Mantras of São Paulo in 2004. Creator and conductor of the Choral Group of the Nilton Travesso Academy of Actors in 2010. Concertos acting as pianist, keyboardist, singer, regent, musicoclown in several cities in Brazil and abroad. Founder, along with Sun Vaz, of the musical group BLACK BUDA NAMASTE and creator of the project “Show Vocare” – www.blackbudanamaste.com. Since 2010 he has been producing and directing the group BLACK BUDA NAMASTE and also acts as composer of the songs performed by the group, pianist, singer, vocalist and arranger. . Since 2011, together with Sun Vaz, he conducts the Yoga and Art Yoga Retreat at Eco Vila PIracanga (Bahia) and is responsible for Musical Practices. Music teacher at the Micael College (Waldorf) since 2014. In 2016 he began to direct the vocal group “our club” of the company Vivo (Sao Paulo – SP).

Danny Mixon:

A prolific piano virtuoso who has performed in the U. S. and Internationally, Daniel Asbury Mixon was born on August 19, 1949 in Harlem and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Growing up in a musical household he was influenced by his mother and grandparents beginning his early artistic expression at the age of 3. He studied and performed as a tap dancer at the Ruth Williams Dance Studio and even then was known as “The Show Stopper.” Danny attended the High School of Performing Arts with dance as his major.

During an afternoon outing at the Apollo Theatre with his grandfather Danny was inspired by the jazz musicians he heard. It was then that he decided that he would like to be a pianist and he never once looked back. At the age of thirteen Danny began piano lessons. His most memorable piano instructor was Sir Roland Hanna. By the time Danny was 17, he was invited to play with Sam Brown and Patti Labelle and the Blue Bells in Atlantic City and two years later he found himself with the Muse Quartet under the auspices of Chris White. Among his earlier credits Danny played regularly with Joe Lee Wilson from 1967 to 1970, Betty Carter from 1971 to 1973.

He also recorded and played extensively with Charles Mingus and Dannie Richmond in the late 70’s. He began playing the organ at Brooklyn’s Baby Grand with Carlos Garnet, and accompanied Big Maybelle at the Blue Coronet. In the mid 90’s he appeared regularly at Showman’s as an organist.

Danny has worked with such legendary performers as Lionel Hampton, Joe Williams, and Frank Foster and continues to be in Frank Foster’s Loud Minority Big Band and his Non-Electric Company. He was honored to have participated in the first Newport Jazz Festival at Sea on the Queen Elizabeth 2. He was also a recipient along with Max Roach for the Greater Jamaica Development Corporation Jazz Appreciation award and in December, 2002 was awarded the Harlem Unsung Heroes of Afrikan Amerikan Classical Music award. In April of 2002 Danny was privileged to take part in the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake city, Utah while performing with Savion Glover, and also performed at the International “Fall in Jazz Festival” in Milan, Italy. From November 1-8, 2003 he performed for the second time aboard the Holland American Ms Zaandam Jazz Cruise.

In May of 2004 Danny was one of the first musicians to be honored by the National Jazz Museum in Harlem in a series entitled “Harlem Speaks,” which resulted in an invitation to the White House for Black Music Month on June 22nd. More recent, Danny had been interviewed by New York Oneat Showman’s and Lenore Raphael on her show on Pure Jazz Radio. He was honored by Brooklyn Borough President Marty Mark Markowitz along with other artists from Ft Green in June and September 22, 2011 was decreed “Danny Mixon Day” in Brooklyn. He performed with the Lisle Atkinson and the Neo Bass Choir June 10th and later kicked off Jazzmobile’s Summer Series with the Danny Mixon Quartet at Grant’s Tomb July 27, 2011.

Danny’s greatest joy is performing, composing, and arranging for his own group “The Danny Mixon Trio or Quartet,” and has recently completed his new CD entitled “The Danny Mixon Trio Live at the Rubin Museum.” He has also performed, toured and/or recorded with Yusef Lateef, Hank Crawford, Savion Glover, Pharoah Sanders, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Stanley Turrentine, Gene Ammons, Eubie Blake, Noel Pointer, Jimmy Witherspoon, Grant Green, Eddie Jefferson, Charles McPherson, Marlena Shaw, Irene Reid, Houston Person, Dakota Staton, Ben Vereen, Leon Tomas, Chaka Khan, Cassandra Wilson, Lou Rawls, Gloria Lynne, Lisle Atkinson, Oscar Brown, Jr., John Hendricks, Pucho and the Latin Soul Brothers, Earl May, Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers, Kenny Dorham and many others.

Danny was formerly the Musical Director of the Legendary Lenox Lounge and was briefly the Musical Director at the newly restored Minton’s. Danny is an instructor and performance artist with the Jazzmobile as well as instructing at the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, along with private instruction.