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“As Cores da Viagem”, an exhibition of painting and drawing by António Carmo, invites us to a unique chromatic and poetic journey, resulting from his intense creative and pictorial work, revisiting places in the country and in the world, where Portuguese culture has passed. . It is itself a tribute to our people, customs, flavors, light, culture and our way of being in life and in the world. The matrix of his painting has everything to do with the Portuguese roots of his gaze and with this land bordered by the sea, with the designs stripped of artifice, with everyday figures of touching social density, with this solar country. We are faced with the configuration of a painting inspired by a memory of popular experiences, related to our cultural identity, moments that the movement of its colors and shapes transform into a prodigious plastic symphony. Exhibition until March 13, 2022.

The winning works of the 21st Photographic Race of Portimão – Special Edition “Hope” can be seen from December 10th, at 6 pm, at the Portimão Museum, in an initiative integrated in the celebrations of the City Day. With “HOPE” as the central theme divided into 4 themes: 1-Finally here, 2-Saudades this moment, 3-I see colors, many colors and 4- Happiness is this, this initiative sought to maintain, as in the 2020 edition, the collection of photographic testimonies for future memory, representing the impact of Covid-19 on the forms and solutions found by different communities, in its re-encounter with the “hope” of a desirable return to post-pandemic normality. The exhibition will run until April 24, 2022.

NORTH POLE 25 YEARS ACOUSTIC In 2020, the NORTH POLE were preparing to celebrate the 25 years since the creation of the group. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, they saw this celebration postponed. In January, the band goes through TEMPO with a tour that will tour the main venues in the country until the end of 2022. The lineup will include some of the most emblematic songs composed by the group and that have become part of the lives of many of their fans and followers. Miguel Gameiro – voice and guitar Pedro Zagalo – piano/keyboards Tiago Oliveira – classical guitar António V. Boas – acoustic guitar Tó Almeida – acoustic guitar Rui Carvalho – battery Rui Fatigue – low Romeu Salvador – road manager January 22, 9:00 pm Grand Auditorium M/6 €10.00 | Tickets at https://tempo.bol.pt and at the TEMPO ticket office ℹ️ The TEMPO ticket office is open from Tuesday to Friday between 1:00 pm and 6:00 pm. More info: https://teatromunicipaldeportimao.pt

SYNOPSIS VI INTERNATIONAL ALGARVE PIANO FESTIVAL H4NDS DUO, a project born in Lisbon and matured during the pandemic, is a four-hand piano duo formed by pianists António Luís Silva and Tiago Nunes. The musicians, in their words: “The program presented here includes works that, in different ways, refer the listener to two themes associated with freedom, which the year 2020 took away from so many: fantasy and dance. Fantasy, in the sense the broadest word, it is an intellectual expression of freedom. Dance will be a manifestation of freedom through movement, too, so natural to human beings, severely restricted in the times we live in. The diversity of the geographical origin of the chosen composers, suggestive of a trip, honors the resilience of those who were unable to travel the world in the year we have just lived.” ARTISTIC SHEET Soloists: António Luís Silva and Tiago Nunes Artistic/Programming Director: Maestro Armando Mota Stage Manager/Social Media/Advertising: Frederico Barroso Audiovisual and video recording: Nelson Nunes Production: Associação Artedosul

SYNOPSIS VI INTERNATIONAL ALGARVE PIANO FESTIVAL “The Orchestra Without Borders is a project that exists to support and secure young talent in the interior of the country, combating the abandonment of music education and rewarding academic merit. In this concert, conducted by an orchestra by Martim Sousa Tavares, joins to pianist Mrika Sefa. Mrika Sefa was born in Kosovo, has won several awards and music competitions and frequently collaborates with several musicians from all over Europe, including Martim Sousa Tavares, conductor of the Orchestra Without Borders.” ARTISTIC SHEET Orchestra Without Borders directed by conductor Martim Sousa Tavares Piano: Soloist – Mrika Sefa Artistic/Programming Director: Maestro Armando Mota Stage Manager/Social Media/Advertising: Frederico Barroso Audiovisual and video recording: Nelson Nunes Production: Associação Artedosul ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Tickets for places with reduced mobility must be purchased at the local TEMPO ticket office.

SYNOPSIS VI INTERNATIONAL ALGARVE PIANO FESTIVAL Youngho Park is a South Korean pianist, graduated from the National University of Seoul and winner of several international music awards and competitions. He has performed all over the world, in countries such as Germany, Italy, Belgium, among others, and often collaborates with several orchestral formations, among which the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, the Gunpo Philharmonic Orchestra or Seoul National University Philharmonic Orchestra. In 2022 he will debut at the Algarve International Piano Festival with a great solo recital. ARTISTIC SHEET Piano: Soloist – Youngho Park Artistic/Programming Director: Maestro Armando Mota Stage Manager/Social Media/Advertising: Frederico Barroso Audiovisual and video recording: Nelson Nunes Production: Artedosul ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Tickets for places with reduced mobility must be purchased at the local TEMPO ticket office.

SYNOPSIS Inserted in the commemorations of the 80th anniversary of the stage by Eunice Muñoz. At 93 years old, Eunice shares the scene with Lídia Muñoz, her granddaughter, to whom, in this way, she passes on her artistic legacy. Over the course of sixty minutes, we watch this career close in a text by Franz Xaver Kroetz chosen by the actress, which reveals itself as a long didactics, without dialogue and without monologue, where Ms. Rasch, a character shared by the two actresses on stage, invites us to watch your evening on one of your days repeated like all the previous ones. The theater, here as a place of memory, confronts us with the humanity of an older Rasch lady, Eunice Muñoz, who recalls her days raised and repeated, which materialize in a younger Rasch lady, Lídia Muñoz, who walks invariably in a straight line toward your darkest and most nostalgic self. “A margin of time” is a show staged by Sérgio Moura Afonso, invited by the actresses Eunice and Lídia Muñoz, with an original soundtrack by Maestro Nuno Feist. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Limited mobility tickets on exclusive sale at the local TEMPO ticket office.

Few figures in Portuguese music have had the cult and magnetism of Manel Cruz. It’s been more than 20 years of a career divided between Ornatos Violeta, Pluto, Foge Foge Bandido and Supernada. After a seven-year hiatus, “Vida Nova” marked the return to records and was elected one of the best albums of the year by Portuguese music critics. With lyrics, music and image by Manel Cruz and composed mostly on the ukulele, “Vida Nova” is accompanied by a book whose content complements the artistic work. As a result of his desire to return to the studio and the stage, it was a return to his origins that pleased Manel Cruz and resulted in 12 songs, including “Ainda Não Acaba”, “Beija-Flor”, “Cães e Ossos” and “O Navio Dela”, which allow you to anticipate the edition of new albums. February 19, 21:00 Great Auditorium M/6 🎫10.00€ | Tickets at https://tempo.bol.pt and at the TEMPO box office ℹ️ The TEMPO box office is open from Tuesday to Friday between 13:00 and 18:00. More info: https://teatromunicipaldeportimao.pt

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. By incorporating influences from the Brazilian songbook, in particular Bossa Nova, he broke down real and imaginary borders, bringing the two sides of the Atlantic closer together. With that, his music, first forged in the tradition of Cante Alentejano and Fado, created a unique personality and inspired a new cycle in Portuguese music. On the ninth album, eighth of originals, “António Zambujo Voz e Violão”, the musician is inspired by the name of one of the albums of his (and our) life, “João Voz e Violão”, João Gilberto’s album released in 1999 , and returns, nothing accidentally, to the essentials. March 19, 21:00 Great Auditorium M/6 🎫 Tickets soon available at https://tempo.bol.pt and at the TEMPO box office ℹ️ The TEMPO box office is open from Tuesday to Friday between 13:00 and 18:00. More info: https://teatromunicipaldeportimao.pt

Francesinha Festival – 2nd Edition The best Francesinha in Portimão presents the second edition of the best, most delicious and most fun Festival da Francesinha! 🥳 What would be the best way to start the year other than with a wild party? 🤔 On the 28th, 29th and 30th of January, come and enjoy a Francesinha à Moda do Porto along with a live music show! You can now buy your tickets and guarantee your spot! 😁 📞 961 843 082 📞 📍 Ladeira da Nora, 8500-056 Montes de Alvor 📅 January 28, 29 and 30, 2022

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