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The first days of Christmas in Lisbon

Choir and Orchestra elements facing the observer
Children's and Youth Choir and Academic Orchestra of the University of Lisbon ©José Frade/EGEAC
Choir members standing, facing the viewer
University of Lisbon Children's and Youth Choir ©José Frade/EGEAC
Several people seated facing the viewer
Public at the Church of São Domingos ©José Frade/EGEAC
Choir and Orchestra facing the viewer
AMAC Youth Choir and String Orchestra © José Frade/EGEAC
Choir and Orchestra Elements
AMAC Youth Choir and String Orchestra © José Frade/EGEAC
Public at the Church of São Domingos
Church of São Domingos © José Frade/EGEAC
man standing playing the violin
Alexandre Delgado, Conductor of the AMAC Youth String Orchestra © José Frade/EGEAC
Choir and Orchestra members standing thanking the audience
AMAC Youth Choir and String Orchestra © José Frade/EGEAC
Members of the Camerata Atlântica group, facing the viewer
Atlantic Camerata, São Pedro Church in Alcântara ©José Frade/EGEAC
Audience, with their backs to the viewer, seated, watching a show
Atlantic Camerata, São Pedro Church in Alcântara ©José Frade/EGEAC
three women on stage singing
Orpheus and Eurydice, Tell Me an Opera, Lisbon Museum - Santo António ©José Frade/EGEAC
Moment of the Opera Orpheus and Eurydice
Orpheus and Eurydice, Tell Me an Opera, Lisbon Museum - Santo António ©José Frade/EGEAC
Singing women, sideways to the viewer
Orpheus and Eurydice, Tell Me an Opera, Lisbon Museum - Santo António ©José Frade/EGEAC

20th century classics, Baroque music and opera opened the Christmas musical program in Lisbon. The Church of São Domingos, the Church of São Pedro in Alcântara and the Museum of Lisbon - Santo António received hundreds of people to watch the first shows. But there is still much more to see and hear.

Programming