55 years after his first recording labelled Aquila, João Braga comes to the Teatro São Luiz stage to celebrate a life surrounded by poetry, music, friends and fado. The professionalization, in 1967, was simultaneously the result of an intense activity as an amateur in fado houses, gatherings and other fado events, and the starting point of a career punctuated by more than 40 recordings among singles, EPs. LPs and CDs, many concerts as an artist and producer, and the recording of TV shows. He co-organized with Luiz Villas-Boas, in 1971, the mythical Cascais Jazz – Festival Internacional de Jazz, which brought to Portugal for the first time some of the biggest names in world jazz such as Ornette Coleman, Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie or Thelonious Monk. Throughout his career he dedicated himself to stage many young fado singers whose talent he recognized, artists that on this evening will gather João Braga to, with him, celebrate this much life and fado.
João Braga | 55 years of career
Sala Luis Miguel Cintra
8€ to 15€
Cast and Creative
With João Braga Vocals Pedro de Castro and Eurico Machado in the portuguese guitar Jaime Santos Jr. in the fado guitar Francisco Gaspar in the bass guitar Pedro Castelo presentation GUEST ARTISTS Ana Beatriz, Ana Margarida, Francisco Salvação Barreto, Katia Guerreiro, Maria Ana Bobone, Miguel Sanches, Nani Medeiros, Rodrigo Costa Felix Sound Janita Production Museu do Fado Co-presentation Museu do Fado and São Luiz Teatro Municipal MUSEU DO FADO | DIRECTION Sara Pereira DEPUTY MANAGEMENT Ricardo Bóia Production Cristina Duarte, Márcia Martins, Patrícia Parrado COMMUNICATION Isabel Marques, Rita Matos Oliveira CULTURAL MEDIATION Agostinha Sousa, Arlindo Santos, Cláudia Oliveira, Dalila Martins, David Silva, Jéssica Sá Fernandes, Renata Costa, Ricardo Almeida, Susana Fouto, Vanessa Dias