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The Rua das Pretas project returned to Coliseu dos Recreios, with the special guest, Paulo de Carvalho, for a night of Portuguese speaking, good music among friends and good wine.
Rua das Pretas returned to the stage of Coliseu dos Recreios in Lisbon, for another concert, which in reality is a gathering between artists and friends who come to toast, sing, listen to good music and many, many stories that Pierre Aderne tells among the songs, which mark Portuguese language music.
This project was created and promoted by Pierre Aderne, Brazilian singer and composer who has long adopted Lisbon to live and create his music, foster partnerships with other Portuguese-speaking singers, according to Pierre, Lisbon has become the capital of Portuguese-speaking music Portuguese, there are so many new and established artists who live in the Portuguese capital, he adds that when a song is heard and appreciated around the world it is no longer the author, it becomes the world, something like this happened to Lisbon, isn’t it only of the Portuguese and of all the citizens of the world who speak Portuguese.
They were with Pierre Aderne, the usual nucleus, Nilson Dourado, Walter Areia, Karla da Silva, Joana Amendoeira, Nani Medeiros, João Pita and Rui Poço and in this concert the guest was the singer and composer Paulo de Carvalho.
There were many compositions that went through a concert as if we had in Pierre’s room, Alfredo Duarte and Amalia Rodrigues’ “Estranha forma de vida“, sung by the sweet and charming voice of Joana Amendoeira, was the first of many, “Saudades do Brasil em Portugal” by Vinicius de Moraes, and of course in the company of Paulo de Carvalho, “Asa branca“, “Lisboa menina e moça“, “Lisboa, Lisboa” and “Casa Portuguesa” among others that enchanted all the friends who travelled to see, hear and drink a glass of wine with Rua das Pretas.
The concert took place on a stage in the shape of a circus, the audience involved the group, an intimate concert, in which Pierre told stories of the group, rehearsals, and about songs, such as the one he wrote, on request, for António Zambujo, the fado singer who doesn’t sing fado, “Eu Não Sei Compor um Fado”, and that Pierre claims to be a “fadinho”, because he doesn’t know how to compose fado, with his lyrics and music by Nani Medeiros, one of the Portuguese singer’s greatest hits.
The 21st will be at the Coliseu do Porto, with Tiago Nacarato and Luca Argel as guests, don’t miss it, it’s worth it.