Last Thursday, November 12th, Janeiro was at the Tivoli BBVA Theater with Tiago Nacarato presenting the Janeiro Sessions Live Tour
The concept that Janeiro proposed for these live sessions was to receive friends in his living room, with the sofa coming straight from his house, for a night of music and relaxed conversation, transforming the theaters into his intimate living room.
For this session at the Tivoli BBVA, Janeiro brought with him the artist, and great friend, Tiago Nacarato to share songs and stories on a special night.
We can hear themes from both artists such as “Ter Tempo”, “Amor”, Toma Coisas Para Viver”, “Rir P’ra Não Chorar”, “Sem Singular” and “Solidão” by Janeiro and “Lugar Comum” and “Tempo” by Tiago Nacarato. This concert is part of the Janeiro Sessions Live Tour, a tour that started at the beginning of the year, and that covers several cities in the country with several different guests.
Henrique Janeiro, better known by the artistic name Janeiro, was born on March 21, 1994, in Coimbra, studied Musicology at the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences at Universidade Nova de Lisboa and at the Jazz School Luís Villas-Boas.
He is a Portuguese singer-songwriter who, in addition to composer, author, and interpreter, also plays guitar and keys. He is the author of intimate and poetic themes, with folk tones, jazz, fado and bossa nova and the influences that characterize his creations are linked to the Portuguese popular song, the chords of jazz and fado.
He recorded an EP in 2015, where he sang with Salvador Sobral the theme “Tereza e Tomás“, and, in 2018, he was invited to participate in the National Song Festival, where he was a finalist with the theme “(sem título)“, ranking in 4th place. In addition to his themes, he also composes for other artists such as the themes “Só Eu” and “Menina Rabina” that are part of Ana Bacalhau‘s first album.
He edited his first album in 2018, entitled “frag-men-tos“, and released, this year, his second album of originals “Com Tempo, Sem Tempo” with the participation of artists such as Tiago Nacarato, Salvador Sobral, João Hasselberg, Tó Brandileone, Carolina Deslandes, Miguel Pité and Paulo Novaes.