Salvador took Brel to Maria Matos

The Portuguese singer Salvador Sobral, took to Maria Matos Teather his interpretation of the successes of Jacques Brel

Salvador Sobral, who most of the public knows from the Eurovision song contest and the music “Amar pelos dois”, has made his career in the Jazz area, was at the Maria Matos Teather to sing Brel, Monday and Tuesday whit a full house of dedicated fans.

In an introduction to the concert, a Jacques Brel recording of the text “Le talent”, then under strong applause, Salvador Sobral starts the concert with “J’Arrive“, followed by “Quand on a l’amour” , “Les Paumés du petit Matin“, “Isabelle“, “Le Moribond” and “Les Bonbons“, then another voice off moment follows with “La bêtise“, followed by another “Fidélité“, creating moments of pause in the interpretations.

La chanson de Jacky” would have been the end of the concert, but as usual, the audience, do not let the concert end without Salvador returning to the stage, after another voice off “peur” by Jacques Brel, Salvador Sobral ends the Maria Matos concert with Ne me quitte pas“, “Au suivant” and “Madeleine“.
Salvador Sobral was accompanied by Samuel Lercher – Piano, Nelson Cascais – Double bass, Joel Silva – Drums, André Santos – Guitar, Inês Vaz – Accordéon, Diogo Duque – Trumpet and Flutes, Ana Cláudia Serrão – Violoncelo.

The public liked and applauded with enthusiasm, the interpretations that the singer courageously made his own, in a night to remember Jacques Brel.

Concert alignment

VOICE OFF: Le talent

  • J’arrive
  • Quand on a que l’amour
  • Les Paumés du petit matin
  • Isabelle
  • Le Moribond
  • Les Bonbons

VOICE OFF: La bêtise

  • Les Bourgeois
  • Mathilde
  • Amsterdam
  • Vesoul
  • Ces gens là
  • Bruxelles

VOICE OFF: Fidélité

  • La chanson des vieux amants
  • Jef
  • La chanson de Jacky



  • Ne me quitte pas
  • Au suivant
  • Madeleine
Production: Força de Produção
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