In the central area of ​​Brasilia, you can find the place where the good Brazilian music is present every week. It's Clube do Choro, a venue that is already part of the musical history of Brasília.




Our history


Clube do Choro was founded by musicians who met at the house of French flutist Odete Ernest Dias. The zither player Avena de Castro, a good friend of Jacob do Bandolim, was elected by acclamation the first president.


The group of friends asked and the governor at the time, Elmo Serejo Farias, consented that the dressing room of the Convention Center Ulysses Guimarães became the stage of the lively musical meetings. It was in 1977 that Clube do Choro had for the first time a captive physical space to amuse those who appreciated the music.



The venue provided was the stage for more than 2,500 presentations until the end of last year. In celebration of the 33 years of Clube do Choro, the activities have gained a new structure and more recognition.




Since then the Clube do Choro de Brasília has been walking a path of increasing success. The club maintains a strategic partnership with Raphael Rabello School of Choro, the first of its kind in the country, in which more than 1,000 students learn how to play cavaquinho, mandolin, tambourine, guitar, saxophone, flute, accordion, harmonica, violin and viola caipira.




Clube do Choro and the School are now side by side, in the same building of two thousand square meters, specially designed by Oscar Niemeyer and inaugurated in 2012, the Espaço Cultural do Choro (Choro Cultural Center).


With varied presentations throughout the year, Clube do Choro is the ideal place to enjoy quality music in a pleasant and cheerful space.



You can find in our bar beverages and several drinks, always served by friendly waiters.


With a privileged location, next to the Ulysses Guimarães Convention Center, Clube do Choro de Brasilia has a comfortable parking space.


Come enjoy the good music and check our programming on our website.




Clube do Choro de Brasília

Telephone. (61) 3224-0599

Address: Setor de Divulgação Cultural, Bloco G - Eixo Monumental