He began his career in Art with capoeira, at the age of 8. Fostered by his family that has Samba, Samba de Roda and Ijexá as a tradition, Visconde has been performing since 2015 expressing Percussion, often combined with Brazilian and African  Dance, Capoeira, and other traditional manifestations. He integrated and actively participated in Reference Groups for Traditional Arts in the Brasília such as Comboio Percussivo, Grupo Cultural Obará, Mandé Moba, Foli Ayê, Capoeira Legado Raiz e Tradição and Bloco Aláfia. He also participated in several Groups in Salvador Bahia, Such as Ecoar dos Tambores, Kannibais, Timbalada, and Raízes do Mangue, working together with master teachers of Popular Culture. He co-produced and facilitated several Popular and Traditional Culture Workshops with the various collectives he participated in.




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