Chico Oliveira

The arranger and trumpeter Chico Oliveira performed with “Grupo Azymuth”, beside with trumpeter Márcio Montarroyos, conductor Hermeto Pascoal, bassists Arthur Maia and Cizão Machado, conductor and keyboardist Jota Moraes, among others.

He recorded with several instrumentalists and singers; among them, Gonzaguinha, Selma Reis, Arthur Maia, Márvio Ceribelli, Nelson Gonçalves, Elimar Santos, Jose Carlos Poleshuck, Jorge Ben Jor, Marina Lima, Angela Suarez, Joyce and João Donato. He performed at the “Free Jazz” in São Paulo with the bassist Arthur Maia, and performed solo at SESC Paulista and some other cultural spaces in Rio-São Paulo. He participated as a hired musician of the 7º SHARP Awards playing with Gilberto Gil, Nana Caymi, Dione Warwick, among others. For 16 years, he has been a musician for the “Sexteto do Jô” (Jô’s Sextet), presented daily by Rede Globo de Televisão (Brazilian’s Television Network).

Chico Oliveira
Diego Figueiredo

01. Duô


02. Caravan


03. As rosas não falam



In a work meeting at Franca – SP (Brazil), a friendship has blossom between two very important musicians in the national and international scenario; Chico Oliveira and Diego Figueiredo. What started as a friendship transformed into a musical partnership/collaboration at “Casa do Jazz (House Of Jazz)“ held by Sesc, when the willing to record an album filled with songs that “the heart wants to play” emerged. The result is the album “Duô” that is an unexpected lineup of Diego Figueiredo playing the guitar and Chico Oliveira playing the trumpet and flugelhorn, gathering classic songs from many genres and origins.

01. Over Joyed


02. Brigas Nunca Mais



03. Peter Gun

Chico e Derico
and Trio Nota Jazz

Live recording of the concert held by Dunluce Irish Pub in São José dos Campos SP on July 6th and 7th, 2006. In the setlist, they played several classic Brazilian and international songs, performed by Chico Oliveira (trumpet and flugelhorn), Derico Sciotti (saxophone and flute) and Nota Jazz Trio (Binho – Drums, Marcelo Soares – Double Bass and Raul de Sá- Keyboards)

01. Tema do Jô


02. Tetê


03. Zum Zum Luã


Chico Oliveira
Original Work

A salute to great musicians friends. A gathering of great affinities. An artist testimony in his way, for the music. Not only a high-quality album/record, but a portrait of moments shared with musical partners.