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Brazilian cultural attache Sergio Milniczenko explains that DJs are at the vanguard of introducing Brazilian music to new audiences. Sergio hosts the syndicated radio program The Brazilian Hour. He is a walking encyclopedia of Brazilian music and had some interesting things to say both in his official capacity at the Brazil Consulate Cultural Affairs department but also as a musician. For more info on his program go here: http://www.brazilianhour.org/

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