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labOratório – 8 dias para rezar & criar – 7th September, 2019, 21:30

Igreja do Sagrado Coração de Jesus (Lisbon)

Premiere of two pieces on liturgical texts: «Ao terminar este dia» and «Felizes os que Deus escolheu» (on a poem by Didier Rimaud, “Heureux ceux que Dieu a choisis”), at the closing concert of the second edition of the «labOratório – 8 dias para rezar & criar» (labOratory – 8 days for praying & creating).

https://pontosj.pt/laboratorio/

International Conference on Etty Hillesum 2019 – 18th May, 18:00

Capela do Rato (Nossa Senhora da Bonança), Lisbon

World premiere of Ecos (2019), for guitar and hapsichord, por Ana Sofia Sequeira (guitar) e Maria José Barriga (hapsichord), on the occasion of the International Conference on Etty Hillesum, organized the Centre for Comparative Studies (CEC), Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa.

link ECCLESIA

Promenade Concert

Promenade Concert – 5th May 2019, 16.00, exhibition hall of the Modern Collection, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

Encontro (2000), for flute and piano, by David Silva (flute) and Philippe Marques (piano).

SOND’AR-TE ELECTRIC ENSEMBLE – O’culto da Ajuda, March 30th

Tomorrow, in O’culto da Ajuda, under the direction of the Swedish conductor Petter Sunkvist, the Sondar-te Electric Ensemble will present another concert.

Program:

Chant d’Ailleurs – Alejandro Viñao
Too, Toc, Toc – João Madureira
(ThS)inking Survival Kit – Miguel Azguime

Petter Sundkvist – direction

Frances M. Lynch – voice

Miguel Azguime – narrator

Silvia Cancela – flute

Nuno Pinto – clarinet

Elsa Silva – piano

Vítor Vieira – violin

Filipe Quaresma – cello

Pedro Tavares – percussion

Miso Studio electronic in real-time

Petter Sundkvist – direcção

Frances M. Lynch – voz

Miguel Azguime – narrador

Silvia Cancela – flauta

Nuno Pinto – clarinete

Elsa Silva – piano

Vítor Vieira – violino

Filipe Quaresma – violoncelo

Pedro Tavares – percussão

Miso Studio electrónica em tempo real

World première of “Requiem pela Aurora de Amanhã” – Friday, July 20th

In the 44th edition of the festival, to mark 100 years after the end of the First World War, “Requiem pela Aurora de Amanhã” is a commissioned work by João Madureira on the theme of war and the affirmation of hope in Man.

Friday, July 20th | 21.30h
Claustro do Mosteiro dos Jerónimos

Orquestra Metropolitana de Lisboa
Voces Caelestes
Pedro Neves, conductor
Sérgio Fontão, direction
António Rosado, piano
José Tolentino Mendonça, text and narration

Debussy | Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune
Ravel | Concerto en ré majeur, pour la main gauche
João Madureira | Requiem pela Aurora de Amanhã *

For more information on the Festival, visit the site or download the program!
Tickets may be ordered online on Ticketline or locally, one hour before the concert.