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Lari Basilio


ABOUT Lari Basilio

Lari Basilio was born into a musical household in São Paulo, Brazil. At the age of 4, she started studying organ, and later, at the age of 8, her father taught her first chords on an acoustic guitar. That's when she fell in love with the guitar.

In 2011, Lari started working on her instrumental five-song Extended Play (EP), named, simply, Lari Basilio, which features Felipe Andreoli, bass player of Angra. The EP was produced by five-time Latin Grammy winner Lampadinha.

Her second original work, the CD and DVD "The Sound of My Room", was released in August 2015 at Cine Belas Artes in São Paulo. "The idea of taking instrumental guitar music to a movie theater proved (to be) a creative initiative (equal to) the compositions of Lari Basilio," said Guitar Player Brazil magazine in its October 2015 issue. The 10-song package includes a mini-documentary and behind-the-scenes footage on the DVD.

Lari won the instrumental category of the Samsung E-Festival in 2014 and performed for a crowd of 15,000 alongside Keb' Mo' and Quinn Sullivan at the Samsung Best of Blues Festival in Brazil. She has also opened for guitar clinics by Paul Gilbert and Andy Timmons and appeared at the Malibu Guitar Festival in 2017, alongside Steve Vai.

She was also invited by Joe Satriani to be part of the G4 Experience 2019, being the first female guitar player to join the event.

Lari's most recent original work, "Far More" album was recorded at Capitol Studios in Los Angeles with an all-star band: Vinnie Colaiuta (drums), Nathan East (bass), and Greg Phillinganes (keys/piano). Also bringing two very special guests: Joe Satriani (on the track Glimpse of Light) and Siedah Garrett (on the track Man in The Mirror, for which Lari created a new arrangement).

 

www.laribasilio.com