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January

Tuesday 7

14h30

Archeological Lecture

Roman Troia - Discovering a large fish-salting production centre in Western Lusitania by Inês Vaz Pinto, PhD

(in English)

 

 

January

Sunday 12

15h

 

Portuguese Traditional Dance

Guest Charolas from Bordeira



 

January

Saturday 18

19h 

 

Art Opening Preview

Art works by Liz Allen, Isabel Marques, Caetano Ramalho, Lídia de Almeida and Willemine Kellermann 

Free entrance, welcome drink



January

Sunday 19

17h

 

 

 

Jazz Club

Jazz Club presents: 

DEVAYU 

Álvaro Vieito - guitar

Javier Ortí - saxo tenor

Javier Delgado - bass

Nacho Megina - drums

 



January

Saturday 25

19h

 

 

Tales of Winter by Aperitivo Performance Group

 

And now for something rather different...

 

Aperitivo is known for its slightly off-beat comedies, so if you take a little of that, add songs of Winter beautifully sung, plus projections of charming - and some amusing - images, and you have an entertainment that we hope will please both eyes and ears (and if you visit the bar in the interval you can add the pleasure of taste as well). 

Tales of Winter will be continued after the interval by the Amigos do Museu choir, who have done splendidly this season in thrilling audiences with a wide variety of songs, and the two groups - Aperitivo’s Octet and the Coro dos Amigos do Museu - believe this will be another evening to enjoy and remember.

 



 

January

Sunday 26

21h 

 

Fado Night

With guest fadistas



 

January

Friday 31

 

19h 

Photography Exhibition Opening Preview

By Algarve Photographers Group

 



 

February

Saturday 1

18h 

 

 

Concert by Quartet Concordis

 

The Concordis String Quartet was created in 2005 and features Eudoro Grade, Francisco Morais Franco, Jorge Pires and Pedro Rufino.

The musical orientation of this quartet is positioned to highlight Portuguese works, some adapted exclusively for this grouping. In addition to this, the Concordis Quartet also encompasses the vast general repertoire for this grouping, playing works by the most recognized authors.

The Concordis Quartet has maintained an intense concert activity, performing in numerous events, including the participation in various international guitar festivals in Portugal, France, Italy, Spain, England and China.

Program: Zeca Afonso, Carlos Paredes, Ernesto Leucuona, José Mário Branco, Sérgio Godinho and Luís Freitas Branco.


February

Tuesday 4

14h30 

Archeological Lecture

Contact and commerce between Portugal and United Kingdom                                                  during Medieval and Post-Medieval periods, from a numismatic perspective, by Tiago Gil Curado

(in English)

http://arquealgarve.weebly.com

 

February

Sunday 9

15h 

Portuguese Traditional Dance  

February

Sunday 16

17h 

Jazz Club

Manuela Lopes sextet presents her new album "Apenas família"

Manuela Lopes has already recorded four albums. After 35 years of career, she continues to be affectionately welcomed by the public. Manuela Lopes has been performing all over the Algarve in the main halls and festivals. Manuela recorded her first CD in 1998, “Landscapes”. In 2009, she records “Billie Holiday Tribute” live, in septeto. In 2012 Manuela Lopes creates her third project, “Mãe Água” with her own compositions and poetry by Mia Couto, Mozambican writer. “Apenas família ” is her latest album produced and recorded in Faro, Algarve. In it, 10 original themes by Manuela Lopes express in a very particular way a voice full of musicality and passion.

Manuela Lopes -voz e guitarra

Matt Lester- saxofones e flauta

Miguel Martins-guitarra

James Mellor -piano

Luis Henrique-baixo

Joao Melro-bateria

 

 

 
 

February

Sunday 23

21h

Fado Night

With guest fadistas

 
 

February

Monday 24

21h

Carnival Dance