Download: Press Clipping 2014

O Globo (Jan 17th, 2015):

O Globo

O Globo


Correio Brasiliense:

Correio Brasiliense - JoaoMacDowell copy



Veja Brasilia, March 1st 2014.

Veja Brasilia

Rede Globo TV : Review of Symphony n.1 Premiere

Correio Brasiliense,  March 6th 2013.

correio brasiliense marco 2013link:

Correio Brasiliense online

Luigi Porto and Plastic Flowers in the Italian Press:

Corrieri della Calabria

More about the opera:


Plastic Flowers in the Brazilian Press:

Correio Brasiliense, December 17th, 2012. Mariana Moreira:
Plastic flowers - Correio Brasiliense

Correio Brasiliense – Brasilia
Arte Institute – Sao Paulo, Lisbon

More about the opera:


Correio Brasiliense, Sunday October 28, 2012:

Section of an extensive article about music educator Lydia Garcia.


The documentary “Parece Que Existo” received both awards for Best Full Length  and Best Soundtrack  at the 45th Brasília Film Festival (2012):


September 23rd, 2012:


Festival de Brasília do Cinema Brasileiro


Joao MacDowell talks about opera on Globo International tv show, Planeta Brasil:




March 31st, 11pm (EDT), and Sunday, April 1st, 9am (EDT).

Broadcast of Interview with João MacDowell at Globo International, on the “Planeta Brasil” Show.

Featuring Paige Sandusky singing an aria from Tamanduá.

Globo TV International


Joao MacDowell and Joao Mesquita – Planeta Brasil – Globo International.


The next video is a promo from WKCR-NY radio show Som do Brasil. This show was part of their series dedicated to Brazilian composers who live in New York. The background song is “Na Manhã Clara” an unreleased song with a baiao beat. I produced it in Philadelphia in 2003. The interview happened in March 2011, as we promoted concerts for the Acoustic Trio.

You can hear the full  interview here. (2 hours)

João MacDowell Brazilian Composer Som do Brasil by JuFla


“Correio Brasiliense”, Brasília, 22/09/2011.

Review of Mario Salimon’s Feature Documentary“Parece Que Existo” (I Seem to Exist), about the music of João MacDowell.


And if you are still curious, check the Old Press page.