A musician’s dream come true- The Bremen comes out with their first album

It is not often that we see things going right but for a certain group of musicians in Sao Paulo life was about to change for the better with a single person’s initiative. This man is Vito Marchezini one of the band members of The Bremen an initiative taken to create good music which will motivate others to also put their best put forward. Recently The Bremen has launched their first full-length album which is why we are here today to take a look into how the band initially came to be.

The journey that Vito Marchezini and his friends started out on has definitely been a long one. It was back in 2016 when The Bremen was formed but it was much before that that the idea of creating a band was planted in the minds of these individuals. At the time Vito Marchezini was completing education in music from the Esquina da Musica a recognised School of Music in the Vila Carrão. When he was almost ready to graduate Vito decided to look for some hands-on experience by forming a band. His first supporter was his own sister who played the role of a bass guitarist. Soon after several other friends also joined and the band was more or less complete. However, there was still a missing link in The Bremen which was soon filled up by Matheus Silva, who at the young age of 14 earned himself a spot as the solo guitarist by charming everyone with his talent as well as his attitude towards life and music.

The Bremen and Vito Marchezini have gone on to achieve several milestones since 2016. One of the highlights has to be recording their new album. While it might look easy on the outside recording songs in a proper studio is much more difficult in person. Although a challenging process it was one that the entire The Bremen team gladly accepted.

Vito Marchezini has always been extremely grateful for each and every person who showed their initiative and supported The Bremen in whatever way they were able to. With their album, Vito Marchezini wants to show his gratitude to a select few without home none of this would have been possible. “To everyone who accompanied us, our families. Sandra, my first singing teacher, died last year. Ricardo Fraccari, our guitar teacher and one of the best guitarists in Brazil, also made a special appearance on the album! Wilson Sa Brito! My singing teacher and indigenous music specialist accompanied me on the recordings of Mauricio Grassman who mixed the album, one of the best here in Brazil. To the surian studio, where we recorded. Rafael Souza the drummer and Vagner Souza the bassist, we all played a big role in the final product”, he adds.


Today with an attitude of optimism and hard work The Bremen is going to go very far in the music industry and continue to create many more albums. Make sure you stay along for the ride!

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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