Camané Invites Laurent FilipeMusic
Free admission, subject to the venue capacity. Tickets must be collected two hours before the show at Castelo de São Jorge or Museu do Fado.
Camané is one of the most nationally and internationally acclaimed fadistas, recognised for songs like Sei de um rio, Complicadíssima teia, A Guerra das Rosas, Ela tinha Uma Amiga and Senhora do Livramento, amongst many other. In 2017, he received the Tenco Award (also awarded to the Italians Vinicio Capossela and Massimo Ranieri). This prize has been awarded since 1974 in honour of the Italian singer-songwriter Luigi Tenco (1939-1967) and has been received by names like Leo Ferré, Jacques Brel, Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Patti Smith, Tom Waits, Caetano Veloso, Chico Buarque and the Portuguese singers Sérgio Godinho, José Mário Branco and Dulces Pontes, amongst others.
Trumpeter, composer and producer, Laurent Filipe was born in São Paulo, Brazil. He started playing and recording in Portugal at the age of fifteen. Over the years he has been the figurehead of his own group and also performed as a sideman at various jazz clubs and festivals in the US and Europe. He has taken part in sessions with leading jazz figures such as Jimmy Mosher, Aldo Romano, Tete Montoliu, Maceo Parker and the legendary drummer Walter Perkins, amongst many others. He received the "Art Farmer Performance Award" (USA, 1985), the "Best Soloist 1990" award at the Guetxo International Jazz Festival (Spain) and the "Best Jazz Musician" award from the “Five Minutes of Jazz, RDP” programme in 1996. He collaborated as a composer and instrumentalist at the “Barcelona Cultural Olympiad '92", "Madrid Capital of Culture", "Lisbon Capital of Culture'94", "Expo'98" and "Porto 2001".