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Mariza © João Portugal



»Fado Bailado«

Thursday 17 May 2018
21:00 – ca. 23:00
Großer Saal



Mariza, Gesang

José Manuel Neto, Portugiesische Gitarre

Carlos Ferreira, Gitarre

Adriano Alves, Bassgitarre

João Freitas, Percussion

João Frade, Akkordeon


»Fado Bailado«

José Luís Gordo

Fado Tango

Mário José Lopes, Manuel de Almeida

Fado Lopes

Jorge Fernando

Sou Rochedo


Mariza, Tiago Machado


Jorge Fernando


Matias Damásio

Quem me Dera

Mário Pacheco, Flávio Gil

Semente viva

Mário Pacheco

Rio de Mágoa

Caco Velho, Piratini

Barco negro

Frederico de Brito, Mário José Lopes

Fado Errado

Jorge Fernando, António Vilar da Costa


Héber Marques

Amor Perfeito

Arlindo de Carvalho

Limao verde Limao

Resende Dias

Rosa branca

Pedro Rodrigues


Tiago Machado

Ò gente da minha terra

Pedro da Silva Martins, Luís José Martins

Saudade solta


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For a long time, the Fado was regarded as outdated in Portugal. But with her soft, melting voice, Mariza blew away the thick layer of dust that had accumulated on the melancholic folk music of Portugal. As she stated from the outset, she was simply making music, and therefore had no qualms about integrating elements of gospel, jazz, pop, bossa nova or flamenco. Mariza, who was born in Mozambique and grew up in Portugal, gave her first concerts at the age of just five in her father’s bar in Lisbon. After concerts celebrating the legendary queen of Fado, Amália Rodriguez, she was named best Fado singer of the year in 2000. Since then, she has performed on the world’s greatest stages, such as Carnegie Hall in New York or the Royal Albert Hall in London. But in spite of the modern feel of her songs, Mariza’s art, like Fado in its purest form, remains deeply rooted in the human soul.


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