Hamilton de Holanda trio and Roberta Sá

Known as the "Jimi Hendrix of the bandolim", Hamilton de Holanda makes the traditional instrument sound fresh and contemporary again. He can handle many styles, from modest bossa nova to exuberant Latin jazz. He has also had numerous non-Brazilian musical partners, from Wynton Marsalis to John Paul Jones and Béla Fleck.

With her sensual, confident voice, Roberta Sá is considered one of the best singers of her generation. She has collaborated with well-known singer-songwriters such as Adriana Calcanhotto and Chico Buarque.