Karaoke with our new host Emma Belter eeh shes a raaght little belter…. She will even bring along her guitar to entertain in between singers. Mic cleansed after every song and disposable mic covers free of charge.
Pedro Abrunhosa, live, in the Municipal Auditorium of Olhão. Tickets are only available at the auditorium’s ticket office. More information via tel. 289 700 160.
Program will be released soon. Stay tuned! In 2020 the Dance Dance Dance Festival returns to Teatro das Figuras with new values of contemporary national and international dance. In 2020 the Festival Dance Dance Dance returns to Teatro das Figuras, presenting national and international choreographers that are emerging both in the Portuguese and international contemporary dance scene.
The Punter is a recreation of a traditional 1830’s Irish Pub. Live Music Every Night starting at 21:30
South Africa contributes, throughout the history of Jazz, with some of the biggest names in World – something that we often forget – but that are imprinted in the History of this Music. South Africa continues to produce great musicians, and Tutu Puoane is a voice, one of the greatest figures of today. With a course initiated at the University of Cape Town, where she graduated in Music, she quickly came to Europe, also passing by the Royal Conservatory of Hague, in Holland, residing today in Belgium. Her upward trajectory in Europe allowed her to play with several of the best musicians on the European scene, recording several albums, among them, with the BJO Brussels Jazz Orchestra. It is the repertoire of this album, which is kindly provided to us by BJO, that we will interpret: “Mama Africa”. A light repertoire that mixes the sounds of European Jazz, without forgetting Tutu Puoane’s South African roots and all her talent and artistry. Ticket and location information, available soon.
João Afonso, a singer with a work greatly influenced by the music and rhythms of Africa, now lends his musicality to a series of Portuguese-speaking poets. Born in Mozambique, he is an admirer of the plural richness of the Portuguese language in the various forms it has been taking in different places around the world. José Afonso’s nephew, he also has a strong influence, including in his repertoire some of Zeca’s compelling songs. Accompanied by a trio composed of guitars by Miguel Fevereiro and António Pinto and percussions by João Ferreira, a happy meeting of musicians who cross universes João Afonso’s concert takes us on a journey through the Diaspora and the Portuguese language, in a musicality rich in sounds and sensations. Make your appointment to: firstname.lastname@example.org