Lennart is an architect, musician and visual artist from Germany living in Rio de Janeiro. He plays the piano at Symposium Vinho every Saturday night, and plays jazz with a trio and quartet. Together with Rosane, he recently created a brand, Camisetas Jazztopia, hand painted dresses and t-shirts inspired by the African roots of black people in Rio. Lennart also is designing web sites and graphic design for small and middle enterprises in Rio.
Websites for small and middle range businesses, mostly in Rio. There are hotels, real estate agencies, artists and non profit organisations within the portfolio. Focussing on the creation of mobile ready, flexible and affordable web applications.
Lennart plays the jazz piano from the early childhood, he started with classical music like Johann Sebastian Bach on the organ, soon enough fell in love with the sound of the Hammond organ and now plays the piano, sometimes as a soloist, and many times as well with his jazz trio and jazz quartet, known as "Jazztopia".
Together with Rosane he started a new brand "Camisetas Jazztopia" with inspiration from the culture of the afro descendentes in Rio, with many handmade, unique creations which attract people of all colours, and of many countries.
Creation of brands and brochures for small and middle range businesses in Rio de Janeiro. The corporate identity of the graphic design can also seemlessly implemented into websites and publications in the social media.
By Roberto Mugiatti - On Friday, October 5, also at 12:30, I went to another Música no Museu concert, at the Centro Cultural da Light, on Rua Larga. A trio called Jazztopia would be playing an exclusive programme of George Gershwin standards. The group is formed by Bavarian brothers Wolfram Goebel (tenor sax), Lennart Goebel (keyboards) and Finnish drummer Sami Kontola.
By Mário Margutti - Living in Brazil since 2003, the German painter Lennart Goebel reflects in his recent paintings a sense of rebirth and discovery of a new world. His works are affiliated to the current of figurative expressionism, so the colors are born directly from the artist's emotions, not a simple naturalistic portrait of the world.