19. October 2016   |   Comments Closed

«atlântico»: a recap in pictures

Mayra Andrade (photo: Sébastien Grébille)

Mayra Andrade (photo: Sébastien Grébille)

When some 20% of the population of your country speaks Portuguese, it’s only fair that you invite Portuguese-speaking artists to your stage – if not for the pleasure of those who are already familiar with these musicians, then to encourage the curiosity of all the others. With the «atlântico» festival we tried to whet everybody’s appetite and cater to everyone’s tastes with body percussion workshops, children’s concerts, lunch concerts, regular concerts, post-concert concerts… You get the idea! We’re thrilled to report that you made it a great success! Thank you!

We’ve made an album on our Facebook page but here’s a little extra.

António Zambujo (photo: Alfonso Salgueiro)

António Zambujo (photo: Alfonso Salgueiro)

Mário Laginha Trio (photo: Sébastien Grébille)

Mário Laginha Trio (photo: Sébastien Grébille)

Hopefully we’ll do this again next year. In the meantime you can still listen to our Spotify playlist 🙂


— Julie


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