I'll always have a foot in Rio

Conductor of the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra says his farewell to the city in concert at the Municipal Theater this Friday
After four and a half years as Assistant Conductor and Resident Conductor, American conductor Lee Mills, 31, will leave the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra this Friday (4/12), in a concerto "Choro in Concert," which the orchestra will present at the Municipal Theater. Accustomed to the city, the musician encountered one of the worst crises of the orchestra's history. In an interview with Rio Show, Mills speaks about the current reality of the BSO, Brazilian music–he admits he likes Anitta, Ivete Sangalo, and Pabllo Vittar–his next step with the Seattle Symphony in the USA, and about life in Rio: "I'll always keep a foot in Rio."

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