From 11 to 14 December, Casino Lisboa proposes “100 Years of Samba Tribute”.
This group of experienced musicians pay tribute to Samba, in particular, its history and its composers and performers. Will be featured classics of the Brazilian song. Admission is free.
The “100 Years of Samba Tribute” is a tribute to its history and its composers and performers.
With Daniela Mendes in voice, André Marques da Silva on guitar, João Fião on percussion and Luís Delgado on drums, this quartet aims to recreate the best records of Noel Rosa, Cartola, Dona Ivone Lara or Martinho da Vila, among many others.
The greatest symbol of joy and sadness, love and pain, celebration and struggle, which one feels, sings and dances, but cannot be explained, Samba celebrates 100 years of its first phonographic record, The Telephone.
Samba was born in Bahia, grew up in Rio de Janeiro and contaminated the world of passion and today is celebrated by musicians who, although not Brazilian, live on their swing and singing. “I wasn’t born in samba, but samba was born in me!”
Live music cycle with the “100 Years of Samba Tribute”
Wednesday, 11 December: 22h00 to 22h50 and from 23h10 to 00h00
Thursday 12th December: 22h00 to 22h50 and from 23h10 to 00h00
Friday, December 13: 8:30 pm to 9:20 pm and from 11:20 pm to 10:10 pm
Saturday, December 14: 8:30 pm to 9:20 pm and from 11:20 pm to 10:10 pm
Access to Casino Lisboa is free, and from 10 pm, it is for over 14 years, and over 10 years accompanied by parents. In the areas of the game is for over 18 years.