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All Music Fest continues in Melgaço with Omiri

All Music Fest will return to Melgaço this March. The third concert is scheduled for the 6th, at the Casa da Cultura.

OMIRI is one of the most original projects to reinvent traditional Portuguese music. To reinvent tradition, nothing better than bringing the real players of our culture to the show itself; musicians and sounds from all over the country playing and singing as if they were part of the same universe. Not in flesh and blood but in sound and image, with collections transformed and manipulated in real-time, serving as the basis for Vasco Ribeiro Casais’ composition and musical improvisation. OMIRI will continue the show season which, until the month of May, brings two more names to this municipality. Melgaço Canta Liberdade and Txiribiti.
The concerts start at 10 pm and tickets are already available here.

In recent years, several bands and musical genres have passed through Casa da Cultura, namely Manuel Fúria, Few Fingers, Hourglass, TT Syndicate, Lince, Zurich Dada, Torcido, Noiserv, and Hot Air Balloon. With another edition of this initiative, the municipality intends to enrich the cultural program it offers, while also boosting the tourist offer.

6 March 2020 – 22h
House of Culture – Melgaço
OMIRI

OMIRI is one of the most original projects to reinvent traditional Portuguese music.

To reinvent tradition, nothing better than bringing the real players of our culture to the show itself; musicians and sounds from all over the country playing and singing as if they were part of the same universe. Not in flesh and blood but in sound and image, with collections transformed and manipulated in real-time, serving as the basis for Vasco Ribeiro Casais’ composition and musical improvisation.

It is also proposed a ball where all the themes played are danceable, according to the rhythm and balance of traditional dances and not only (Repasseados, Drum’n’bass, Malhões, Viras, Break Beat, Corridinhos …).
OMIRI is, above all, a remix, the culture of the 21st century, mixing in one show already forgotten musical practices, making them permeable and accessible to the culture of our day, that is, synchronizing the forms and music of our rural tradition with the language of urban culture.

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