On Wednesday, September 12th WKCR-FM will feature 12 hours of Brazilian Music in coordination with the ARChive of Contemporary Music’s Brazil Day which is September 7th internationally. The day of music will start on Wednesday, September 12th at one pm and end on Thursday September 13st at one am. Below is the schedule of the live performances at the festival: 2pm Nanny Assis and friends 330pm Dani Gurgel 5pm Kay Lyra 7pm Clarice Assad 9pm Mais Um 10pm Ze Luis 12am Zooga Malaga In between live-sets there will be Brazilian music, and interviews from Jassvan and Som do Brasil's archive featuring Carlinos Brown, Yamandu Costa, Gera Fornasa, Luciana Souza, and Creed Taylor. The ARChive of Contemporary Music is a not-for-profit music library dedicated to collecting, preserving and providing information about popular music from around the world, and recently partnered with Columbia University. The Brazilian Music Day is an online effort to identify and catalog all the recordings of Brazilian Music throughout the world. Material collection on the website (brazilianmusicday.org) will remain active as an online resource to make this culturally significant body of work readily available to people around the globe for study and enjoyment after the official day has passed. WKCR has been the home of one of the premiere Brazilian radio shows in NY since 1997, popular both in the area of the broadcast and in Brazil. Jassvan DeLima has been hosting it for the past decade and the show is even more popular than ever, airing from 11pm-1am on Wednesdays to an international audience. The festival will be recorded and featured on the WKCR online archives on wkcr.org.