Maria Gadú presents new work in Lisbon and Porto

Maria Gadú is returning to our country with her band to perform live at the Capitol and at the Hard Club.

The Brazilian singer and songwriter brings us her latest album, Quem Sabe se Isso Quer Dizer Amor, a tribute to several fundamental names in Brazilian popular music. From Marisa Monte and Rita Lee to Gonzaguinha and Caetano Veloso. A concert not to be missed, for sure!

Maria Gadú is one of the most respected and applauded Brazilian artists of the last two decades, having established herself as an excellent performer and composer who has assumed an important place in the historical flow of MPB. To achieve this status, it was worth his obvious talent and also the recognition of his peers. She toured, for example, with the giants of Brazilian song Caetano Veloso and Milton Nascimento, two masters who always gave her the most complimentary references.

The singer debuted in 2009 with an album of the same name, which gave rise to the mega-hit “Shimbalaiê”, which was even the soundtrack for the soap opera “Viver a Vida”. The fact that she wrote this song when she was just 10 years old is revealing of the role that music has always played in her life. Two years later, in 2011, she released a live album in which she shared credits with Caetano Veloso. The albums Mais Uma Página, Nós and the most recent Quem Sabe Isso Quer Dizer Amor proved to be sources of more hits – such as”Quase Sem Querer” or “Dona Cila”, songs that together have more than 150 million plays on Spotify alone, a platform on which Maria Gadú has more than 2 million monthly listeners. This popularity explains why she has received several nominations for the Latin Grammys and has already accumulated several distinctions awarded by the Brazilian industry.

Her most recent album, Quem Sabe Isso Quer Dizer Amor, sees her paying homage to several key names in Brazilian popular music, from Marisa Monte and Rita Lee to Gonzaguinha and Caetano Veloso, being a love letter to a culture she has always been passionate about. and motivated. Gadú, who is an activist for anti-racist, feminist and LGBTQIA+ rights causes, understands that music is essential to our lives. And that’s what she comes to offer us, in a long-awaited reunion with her Portuguese fans.

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