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António Zambujo and Ar de Rock (Portugal)

António Zambujo
António Zambujo, Vocals and Classical Guitar
Bernardo Couto, Portuguese Guitar
Ricardo Cruz, Double Bass and Musical Direction
José Miguel Conde, Clarinets
João Monteiro, Cavaquinhos
Sound Technician: Helder Nelson
Manager: Diana Valente Perfeito

Rua da Saudade:
Luanda Cozetti,
Vocals
Mafalda Arnauth,
Vocals
Susana Félix,
Vocals
Viviane,
Vocals

This group Rua da Saudade will not perform due to unexpected circumstances. We apologise for the inconvenience.

Ar de Rock:
Paulo Costa (Ritual Tejo)
, Vocals
Diogo Campos (Legal Evidence)
, Vocals
Miguel Gameiro (Pólo Norte)
, Vocals
Olavo Bilac (Santos e Pecadores)
, Vocals
Zé Manel (ex-Fingertips)
, Vocals
Rui Pragal da Cunha (ex-Heróis do Mar),Vocals
Fernando Cunha
and Flak, Artistic Directors
Emanuel Ramalho
, Drums
Miguel Magic
, Bass
João Gomes
and Emanuel Andrade, Keyboards

Programme to be announced

The honeyed tones and sensitive interpretation of António Zambujo have propelled him to the vanguard of modern fado singers in international circles and certified his status a unique voice on Lisbon's fado scene. Zambujo’s musical education included study of the clarinet and classical guitar, and he grew up steeped in the music of his home region, the canto alentejano, a form of chant for male choir originating in the South of Portugal which is infused with influences from neighbouring North Africa. Add to this his passions for jazz and Brazilian music, his readiness to experiment, sometimes controversially, with instrumentation, his unexpected collaborations with artists such as the Bulgarian choir Angelite and top Portuguese pop and jazz singers, and you have an artist who is expanding the horizons of traditional fado while remaining committed to exploring its roots. (Taken from Womex Artists Page)

Assembled by producer Renato Jr. in homage to the late poet José Carlos Ary dos Santos on the 25th anniversary of his death, Rua da Saudade unites four of Portugal's most renowned female vocalists: Susana Félix, Viviane, Luanda Cozetti and Mafalda Arnauth. This Portuguese supergroup released their smash hit debut, Canções de Ary dos Santos in 2009, with the singers taking turns interpreting jazz-pop settings of the revolutionary poet’s words by such composers as Fernando Tordo, Nuno Nazareth Fernandes and Tozé Brito. Canções de Ary dos Santos peaked at number two on the Portuguese charts and spent ten weeks in the Top Ten. 

The show Ar de Rock – named in honour of the “Father of Portuguese Rock”, Rui Veloso – is a journey through time via the best in modern music from Portugal. Musicians from a number of Portugal’s most celebrated bands join forces to recreate live, on stage, some of the most cherished songs in Portuguese rock culture.

Produced by UGURU Music and directed by Fernando Cunha (founding member of the Delfins), Ar de Rock invites audiences on an unforgettable musical voyage filled with surprises, and the opportunity to witness blockbuster Portuguese artists from various groups in a rare musical collaboration.

Duration: approximately 2 hour and 30 minutes, including two intervals

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29/10 (Saturday)
6pm
Hac Sa Beach
Free Admission

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