The Portuguese singer will perform in Australia, Japan, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and ends tour in Lisbon at Teatro da Trindade INATEL.
It is next month that Luísa Sobral leaves for suitcases and luggage to Australia, where she will debut. The singer will also perform for the first time in Japan and France, in addition to planning returns to Germany, Spain and Italy. The tour ends on May 12 with his return to Lisbon, at the Teatro da Trindade INATEL.
In addition to the various dates on renowned international stages, Luísa Sobral will also teach composition and creativity masterclasses at the Conservatorium Open Academy, in Sydney, and at the Collarts School of Entertainment in Melbourne.
Check the tour dates for Luísa Sobral:
- 07 MAR: ADELAIDE (AUSTRALIA) WOMADelaide
- 09 MAR: ADELAIDE (AUSTRALIA) WOMADelaide
- 11 MAR: MELBOURNE (AUSTRALIA) 75 Reid St.
- 14 MAR: SIDNEY (AUSTRALIA) The Sydney Portugal Community Club
- 16 MAR: TOKYO (JAPAN) Haremame Club
- 21 MAR: FEYZIN (FRANCE) L´Épicerie Moderne
- 27 MAR: AMBERG (GERMANY) Rathaus
- 16 APR: GAMBETTOLA (ITALY) Festival Crossroads
- 18 APR: SENIGALLIA (ITALY) Teatro La Fenice
- 07 MAY: MURCIA (SPAIN): Teatro Circo Murcia
- 12 MAY: LISBON: Teatro da Trindade INATEL
Luísa Sobral will present her latest album, “Rosa”, published in late 2018 and which was warmly received by the public and critics.
Produced by the prestigious Catalan musician and producer Raul Refree, who works with Sílvia Pèrez Cruz, Rosalía and Rocío Márquez, among others, “Rosa” is a special and delicate record, based on an intimate record where Luísa risks new territories in composition and arrangements. As proof, a new and original lineup that has enchanted audiences, in the company of Luísa Sobral, will be on stage, whit Manuel Rocha on the guitar and a trio of woodwinds composed of Gil Gonçalves on the tuba, Angelo Caleira on the horn and Sérgio Charrinho on the flugelhorn.
Outside this tour, Luísa Sobral will participate in March, April and May in ‘Desconcerto‘, a show in which the singer shares the stage with António Zambujo, César Mourão and Miguel Araújo. There will be 8 dates distributed by the Porto Coliseum on March 2nd and 3rd and on May 26th and 27th, while in Lisbon Coliseu it will be on April 3rd and 6th.