The event is considered by Forbes magazine as the most prestigious for the Brazilian community abroad
London – The “Best of Brazil in the World” awards ceremony took place on Saturday night (16), at the Palace of the British Parliament, in London. The young Amazonian musician Alessandro Fernan created the soundtrack for the gala event, which was attended by more than 200 guests, in addition to the illustrious participation of the actress, businesswoman and activist Luiza Brunet, and queen Diambi Kabatusuila Mukalenga Mukaji de Nkashama, from Democratic Republic of Congo.
The composition, inspired by the Brazilian national anthem, and created by businessman Rafael dos Santos, brought a melody that evokes feelings of belonging, pride and unity, reinforcing the bond between the honorees and Brazil. Furthermore, the choice of a composer from the Amazon shows the country’s cultural diversity, highlighting the artistic richness that permeates the entire national territory.
Alessandro was called to the stage and thanked him for all the support he received.
“Music takes us to unimaginable places! I thank High Profile Magazine, Rafael dos Santos, for the invitation to contribute my music to this important award that elevates Brazilian culture in the world. I also thank everyone for their support, which helped me directly or indirectly to make this dream come true. The word is: gratitude!”,
said the musician.
“Best of Brazil in the World” Award
Considered by Forbes magazine as the most prestigious event for the Brazilian community abroad. In addition to the gala ceremony that took place on September 16th at the Palace of the British Parliament, the “Best of Brazil in the World” is part of a set of events that make up the Brazil World Fest, the largest Brazilian culture event in Europe, with a series of events, including lectures, fairs and cultural activities involving music, dance and themed art exhibitions about Brazil throughout the city of London.
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