António Zambujo – “From the other side”
December 4th | 9:30 pm – M/6
Municipal Auditorium of Olhão
Do Avesso is @antonio.zambujo’s eighth album which, like his previous albums, was presented on stages all over the world and is now coming to Olhão. The musician performs at the Municipal Auditorium alongside Bernardo Couto (Portuguese guitar), Diogo Costa (double bass), João Moreira (trumpets), José Conde (clarinets), Luís Figueiredo (piano) and Nuno Rafael (guitars and percussion).
Zambujo, with this work, reinvented itself and expanded the
frontiers of its musical language, resorting to the participation of the
Lisbon Sinfonietta Orchestra and the contribution of three of the most
talented national musicians and producers: Filipe Melo, Nuno Rafael and João Moreira (the latter two will also accompany him this evening in Olhão).
This show, which has seven musicians on stage, invites the audience to celebrate the songs of Do Avesso, as well as discover new arrangements of themes that have already become classics in Zambujo’s career. At this exhibition in the Cubist city, there will still be time for the presentation of some songs from his new record work. Published in April of this year, Voz e Violão is inspired by the name of one of the albums in his (and our) life, João Voz e Violão, an album by João Gilberto published in 1999, in which he goes back, nothing accidentally, to the essentials.
Born in Beja, António Zambujo is one of the greatest contemporary artists, authors and interpreters of Portuguese music and language, and one of its most notable ambassadors in the world. In his childhood spent in Alentejo, this major artist grew up with a strong connection to music: he began by studying clarinet at the age of eight, but it was above all the living tradition of Alentejo singing and fado that made him a musician.
Tickets are on sale at the ticket office in the Municipal Auditorium of Olhão, on the Ticketline website and its distribution network.
According to current DGS guidelines, the use of masks and hand disinfection are mandatory inside the Auditorium.
Single price: €15.00