Há Fado no Cais
Aldina Duarte | Fado on the Waterfront
6 April, 2018
1st Stalls 20 €2nd Stalls 18 €Laterals 12,5 €Reduced Mobility 12,5 €Central Boxes 18 €Lateral Boxes 18 €Lateral Circle 12,5 €1st Circle 15 €2nd Circle 8,5 €Balconies 5 €
Discounts 20% for those aged under 25 and over 65 (anywhere in the hall, except the front stalls)10% for holders of the FNAC card (valid in the Main Auditorium and Small Auditorium, for tickets purchased at sales points)25% for customers of CP, after the checking of the CP tickets (for tickets purchased at sales points)50% for unemployed persons, on presentation of official proof from IEFP (valid in the Main Auditorium and Small Auditorium, for tickets purchased at sales points)50% for last minute tickets, Half an hour before the start, on the day of the actual performance€5 for professionals involved in the production of the show or performance, students (this discount only applies to performances produced by the CCB and purchased at the CCB Box Office, and there are only a limited number of tickets available)30% Discount for holders of the CCB Friend’s Card
Apr 6, friday
CCB, Main Auditorium, 9:00pm
Prices 5,00€ - 20,00€ | Buy Here
Credit: Isabel Pinto
Aldina Duarte is one of the great voices in today’s Fado world, being recognised for her unmistakable artistic personality and her quite unique capacity for interpreting this form of music. Her intense career has been marked by the concerts that she has given at some of the leading Portuguese concert venues, as well as at major international festivals and music seasons, and her passion for literature has led her to combine the musical repertoire of the great and traditional Fado verses with a careful choice of poems that she also sings. She herself wrote the words for many of her own songs, as well as for those sung by other Fado singers, such as Camané, Carminho, Ana Moura, Mariza and António Zambujo.
A frequent collaborator in interdisciplinary initiatives that combine Fado with other artistic and cultural expressions, she has designed various projects for the international promotion of Fado, and has given talks at Fado Festivals in Madrid, Seville, Bogotá and Buenos Aires. She coordinates the enthusiastic Fado Para Todos Community, a priviledged forum of sharing and critical reflection about the Fado’s poetic and musical universe. Her latest record Quando se Ama Loucamente (October 2017) is an autofiction both sung and written by Aldina Duarte, in a tribute to Maria Gabriela Llansol, with an original song, lyrics and music, by Manel Cruz (Ornatos Violeta).
Co-production Museu do Fado | CCB