Viradouro closed the last day of parades in the Special GroupReginaldo Pimenta / Agencia O Dia
Rio – Unidos do Viradouro ended the Special Group parade marathon, this Wednesday morning, in style. In an almost error-free presentation, the Niterói school was inspired by ancestry and enchanted the audience with a plot about the cult of snake vodum, in Africa and Brazil.
Developed by carnival artist Tarcísio Zanon, the theme took a walk through history, carrying a message in defense of freedom of worship and respect between religions.
With an impeccable set of allegories and costumes, Viradouro gave a flawless presentation in terms of plastic.
In technical aspects such as Evolution and Harmony, the group also put on a show. The samba-enredo, defended by veteran Wander Pires, worked and was sung a lot by the members. Master Ciça’s drumming was another highlight.
The front committee, designed by Priscila and Rodrigo Negri, impressed with its beauty and was applauded by the public. There was only one small slip-up after the second judging module, when the component that was crawling, simulating a snake, was almost “run over” by the scenographic element. Nothing that could take away from the shine of the display.
Owner of two titles in the Special Group, Viradouro is now a huge candidate for the tri.