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An increasingly inclusive Festival

Santa Casa Alfama’22 Festival

Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa reinforces its support for inclusion in Santa Casa Alfama: for the first time in Fado concerts, the shows on Palco Santa Casa will be interpreted in Portuguese Sign Language.

Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa reinforces support for inclusion at Santa Casa Alfama, embracing even more human diversity and making the Festival more accessible to people with disabilities and Deaf people.

In an edition that coincides with the celebration of the International Day of Sign Languages on September 24, this is an unprecedented feat that combines the Heritage of Fado with the Deaf Community, with all concerts on Palco Santa Casa performed in Portuguese Sign Language: Homage to Max by António Zambujo and guests; Dulce Pontes invites Ricardo Ribeiro; Jorge Fernando; “As Divas”: Alexandra, Lenita Gentil, Maria Armanda and Maria da Nazaré; Aldine; Rodrigo Lourenço and João Leote.

Misericórdia de Lisboa’s commitment to making this festival even more inclusive is reflected in the partnership it has made with Access Lab – a social impact startup that works on the access of people with disabilities and Deaf people to culture and entertainment, as a human right. fundamental – and in a new area in the audience of Palco Santa Casa reserved for Deaf people, close to the Sign Language interpreters.

Furthermore, in addition to Palco Santa Casa, Santa Casa Alfama will have four more accessible stages, with technical support from specialized teams and verified by Access Lab: Palco Amália; the Ermelinda de Freitas Stage (Cruise Terminal Rooftop); the Santa Maria Maior Stage (Largo do Chafariz de Dentro) and the Fado Museum.

Also for the first time, Santa Casa Alfama will provide a free ticket for people accompanying people with disabilities with a degree of disability equal to or greater than 60%, upon purchase of the ticket by people with disabilities and presentation of a Multipurpose Certificate.

Santa Casa Alfama was born in the oldest and most characteristic neighborhood in Lisbon and one of the oldest neighborhoods in Europe, built with centenary buildings when accessibility standards were not yet a reality, combining modernity with 5 stages accessible to people with mobility. conditioned: Santa Casa Stage (Lisbon Cruise Terminal), Ermelinda Freitas Stage (Lisbon Cruise Terminal Rooftop), Amália Stage (Abreu Advogados Auditorium), and Santa Maria Maior Stage (Largo do Chafariz de Dentro) and an accessibility map which can be consulted on the Festival’s official website to plan your visit.

Since the first edition in which Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa allied with Santa Casa Alfama, inclusion has been a focus of its performance at the Festival, namely in accompanying people with reduced mobility. This initiative thus reinforces its support for inclusion in an innovative way.

Santa Casa Alfama, more than 40 concerts on various stages in Alfama.

 

All CONCERTS

September 23th

Santa Casa Stage (Lisbon Cruise Terminal)

  • Tribute to Max by António Zambujo and guests
  • Jorge Fernando
  • Rodrigo Lourenço and João Leote

Palco Ermelinda Freitas (Rooftop do Terminal de Cruzeiros de Lisboa)

  • “Casa de Fado” A Tasca do Chico
    Adriano Pina, Cassandra, Filipa Biscaia, Filipa Maltieiro, Joana Carvalhas, João Carlos, Marta Alves, Valéria, Vera Varatojo

Lisbon Cruise Terminal Facade

  • Video mapping Tribute to Max

Amália Stage (Abreu Advogados Auditorium)

  • Deolinda de Jesus
  • Filipa Vieira

Santa Maria Maior Stage (Largo do Chafariz de Dentro)

  • Carolina Gomes and Pedro Ferreira
  • Inês Pereira and Bruno Igrejas

Fado Museum – Esplanade

  • O Palco do Público with Tomás Marques and amateur fadistas

Bogani Stage (Sportivo Adicense Group)

  • Conceição Ribeiro and João Casanova

Church of São Miguel

  • Miguel Ramos invites Pedro Jóia
  • Lina

Fado at the window (São Miguel Square)

  • Jorge Silva, Gilberto Silva and José Manuel Rodrigues

Santa Casa Futuro Stage (Sociedade Boa União)

  • Sociedade Musical de Cascais Fado School:
    Julieta Afonso, Lourenço Afonso, Manuel Pinto, TóPê

Dr. Magalhães Lima Cultural Center

  • Rogério Charraz
  • Né Gonçalves invites Soraia Cardoso

Church of Santo Estevão

  • Joana Amendoeira
  • Diamantina

September 24th

Santa Casa Stage (Lisbon Cruise Terminal)

  • Dulce Pontes invites Ricardo Ribeiro
  • “The Divas” Alexandra, Lenita Gentil, Maria Armanda, Maria da Nazaré
  • Aldina

Ermelinda Freitas Stage (Rooftop of the Lisbon Cruise Terminal)

  • “Em Casa d’Amália” by José Gonçalez whit André Amaro, Ângelo Freire,
  • Flávio Jr, João Leote,
  • Miguel Moura, Tiago Silva

Lisbon Cruise Terminal Facade

  • Video mapping Tribute to Max

Amália Stage (Abreu Advogados Auditorium)

  • Zé Maria
  • Matilde Cid

Santa Maria Maior Stage (Largo do Chafariz de Dentro)

  • Ana Marta and Lino Ramos
  • Mafalda Vasques and Eduardo Batista

Fado Museum – Esplanade

  • O Palco do Público whit Tânia Pataco and amateur fadistas

Bogani Stage (Sportivo Adicense Group)

  • Nuno de Aguiar
  • António Varela

Church of São Miguel

  • Ana Sofia Varela
  • Maria Ana Bobone

Fado at the window (São Miguel Square)

  • Jorge Silva, Gilberto Silva and José Manuel Rodrigues

Santa Casa Futuro Stage (Sociedade Boa União)

  • Clube Lisboa Amigos do Fado Fado School, Marvila:
  • Carla Arruda, Carlos Sobral and Joana Carvalhas

Dr. Magalhães Lima Cultural Center

  • Agir
  • José Manuel Neto invites Rão Kyao

Church of Santo Estevão

  • Porto fadistas sing Max:
  • Maria da Luz, Marla Amastor, Francisco Moreira and Jorge César

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