The Bairro da Música Festival ends on November 5th with a concert by Teresa Salgueiro at Teatro Académico Gil Vicente, in Coimbra. Until then, it is still possible to see, tomorrow, Hugo Negrelli at Casa da Música Francisco Alves Gato, in Mafra, and Joana Alegre, on Saturday, at Centro Cultural Olga Cadaval, in Sintra.
The Portuguese-French guitarist, singer and composer Hugo Negrelli will present his debut solo album, “Loose Frame Tales”, live tomorrow, with influences as diverse as poetic folk ballads to jazz, blues and fusion. “A dream you showed me” is the introductory single.
On Saturday it is Joana Alegre’s turn to take Sintra “Centro”, her second album of originals, from which she has already revealed two singles: “Joana do Mar” (a theme she made known at the Festival da Canção 2021, where she participated as an author and interpreter, having reached the final), “Caçula” and “Canção do Instante”, in a duet with Luísa Sobral. Produced by Luísa Sobral, it has sounds as distinct as baroque pop and neo-folk.
On November 5th, Teresa Salgueiro closes the Bairro da Música Festival with the show “Por Dentro do Silêncio” with themes of her creation, along with the wide variety of Portuguese authors who have been performing throughout this time and arranging in the light of their language musical.
Conceived with the aim of providing the artists with their audience and, together, celebrating the music after this year and a half so atypical, the Bairro da Música Festival – promoted by the Bairro da Música agency – kicked off on the 1st of October with Jorge Palma and, since then, he has taken to different stages in the country: Pedro Moutinho, Vicente Palma, Blind Zero, Zeca Medeiros, Rui David and The Happy Mess.
Tickets for the Bairro da Música Festival concerts are now on sale at the respective venues and online. See all information on the official website.