By Ciara Long, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – This week, Brazil sees the Dia Nacional de Choro (National Choro Day), celebrating one of its most iconic musical genres. Joining in with festivities, Rio will revive its party train Sunday, April 23rd, running a special service between Central and the city’s Zona Norte (North Zone) with live choro musicians playing inside.
Now in its fifth year, the Trem do Choro (Choro Train) will once again travel through the city in celebration of National Choro Day, which also falls on April 23rd. Filled with live musicians, drink vendors and party . . .