Posts Tagged ‘Antonio Zambujo’

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 More

5. October 2016   |   Comments Closed

From my language, I see the sea

Festival atlântico

«From my language, I see the sea.» The famous quote by poet Vergílio Ferreira could be a good epigraph for «atlântico», the new festival that celebrates the musical traditions of Portuguese-speaking countries. We’re kicking it off this weekend with children’s concerts and a slew of fantastic concerts will follow throughout the week. Each of them will be an occasion to discover artists and sounds from around the lusophone world… from which originate some 20% of Luxembourg’s population. More

1. February 2011   |   No Comments

Frischer Wind am Fado Himmel

Ana Moura

Ana Moura

Fado ist bei uns in der Philharmonie seit Beginn an ein fester Bestandteil der Programmation und wir hatten das Glück, schon sehr viele der „Stars“ der neuen Fado-Generation wie Mariza, Cristina Branco, Misia, Camané oder diesen Donnerstag Abend Ana Moura (3.2.2011; 20:00 Uhr; Grand Auditorium) bei uns zu Gast zu haben. More

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