CELEBRATION OF THE WORLD DAY OF PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE AND LUSOPHONE CULTURE – WHAT’S HAPPENING ?, with Dany Silva, Mick Trovoada, Guto Pires, Mingo Rangel and João Mouro
May 9 | 4:00 pm
Location: Lagos Municipal Library
Org .: CM Lagos
Class. Age: M18
Free participation, but subject to the limit of 41 mandatory previous registrations by calling 282 767 816, the Library’s Facebook page or email Biblioteca@cm-lagos.pt
This initiative is part of the program for the Commemoration of the World Day of the Portuguese Language and Lusophone Culture – “What is going on?”, The Portuguese language in its different accents to the sound of guitars, percussion and words. With Dany Silva (Cape Verde), Mick Trovoada (Angola), Guto Pires (Guinea), Mingo Rangel (Mozambique) and João Mouro (Portugal).
An evening of music, poetry, stories, culture, and a lot of Portuguese-speaking soul in an acoustic and intimate show destined to travel through the Atlantic and Indian lands that think, write, dream, sing and discuss the life of the 5th most spoken language in the world – the Portuguese. A cultural and artistic proposal specially designed by the Angolan musician, percussionist and composer Mick Trovoada to celebrate the World Day of Portuguese Language and Lusophone Culture at the Municipal Library of Lagos.
– Dany Silva: guitar and voice
– Mick Trovoada: percussion, kissange and voice
– Guto Pires: guitar and voice
– Mingo Rangel: guitar and voice
– João Mouro: Portuguese guitar
Visit cm-lagos.pt for a brief presentation of each of the stakeholders.