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Concert Music

Louder!

Afonso Cabral, Francisca Cortesão, Inês Sousa, Isabel Minhós Martins e Sérgio Nascimento
17 to 28 September 2021
Bernardo Carvalho

Information

Families 17 September: 6:30 pm 18 and 19, 25 and 26 September: 4:30 pm
Schools 23, 24 and 28 September: 10:30 am
Laid-back Session 19 September 4:30 pm
Sessions with Audio Description 24 and 25 September: 10:30 am
Talk with the audience after the show 26 September: 4:30 pm
Duration 60 minutes
Age Rating Over 6 years
Target audience Starting at 8 years
School Prices € 3 < 18 years € 1 TEIP schools Chaperones are exempt
Family Prices € 3 < 18 years € 7 > 18 years Discounts are applicable

This will be a concert to celebrate the power of music. Can music change the world? Does the world make music change?

Throughout History we have always dreamt of heights: we want more. To reach higher. We don’t want more of this, but we really want that.

Often times, right next to us, were the songs expressing this. Saying things like: we no longer tolerate racism. We want equal rights for men and women. Good healthcare for all, without exception. We want more libraries. The preservation of forests. Fair pay. Humane working hours. Things like this, serious and important. Things that are so high that they cannot be whispered.

This will be a concert to celebrate the power of music. Can music change the world? Does the world make music change? What does music say about people’s projects? This will be a concert that travels, through time and space, to discover some of the songs that brought us together and that we need to sing (loudly!) to make ourselves heard.

 

(Are you listening, or do we need to turn up the sound?)

Cast and Creative

Creation and Music Selection Afonso Cabral, Francisca Cortesão, Inês Sousa, Isabel Minhós Martins e Sérgio Nascimento
Text Isabel Minhós Martins
Performers Francisca Cortesão: vocals, guitar, bass Sérgio Nascimento: drums and percussion, vocals Afonso Cabral: vocals, guitar, keys Inês Sousa: vocals, percussion Isabel Minhós Martins: comments