Viseu hosts major concerts, shows and installations in the “Eixo Cultural A25” project

Cuca Roseta and António Zambujo, with the Philharmonic Orchestras of Portugal and Filarmonia das Beiras, are stars of this program. Rua Direita receives an artistic intervention of original, large-scale light. September also has concerts by Tilhon and Virgul, in the final stretch of “Verão na Cidade-Jardim“. Youth Orchestra of Viseu performs on Municipal Day, in a concert in honor of António Almeida Henriques

Viseu says goodbye to the summer with a cultural program filled with “stars”, unmissable musical collaborations, artistic residencies and light installations throughout the city.

Part of the program, which takes place from September 16th, is part of the initiative “Eixo Cultural A25 – Rede de Criação e Programação“, a strategic partnership of networked cultural programming, promoted by the municipalities of Viseu, Aveiro and Guarda, which also counts with the Centro Tourism as an institutional partner.

The Adro da Sé is the chosen stage for these shows, with free access, although with limited capacity.

The premiere of this program will take place on Thursday, the 16th, with the presentation on stage of a musical project between the Smoke Hills, from Viseu, and Rogério Peixinho, from Guarda, the result of an artistic residency taking place at Carmo’81 and whose fruits will be known on stage that night.

The “Eixo Cultural A25” also presents two large concerts, which bring together the Orquestra Filarmónica Portuguesa and the fado singer Cuca Roseta, on the 18th of September, and the Orquestra Filarmonia das Beiras and the artist António Zambujo, on the 20th. two original orchestral programs, specially conceived for this cultural project, which result in a unique show, where different styles and musical influences converge.

The month of September also has other great concerts, as part of the “Verão na Cidade-Jardim” program, which also ends on September 21st. More info here.

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