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Aga Khan Master Musicians

This concert features the world premiere of a body of new musical works composed and arranged by the Aga Khan Master Musicians. The Master Musicians are not a fixed ensemble, but rather a collective of artists who create new music inspired by their own deep roots in the cultural heritage of the Middle East and […]

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Fado session for Santo António – Christmas Special Edition

Fado session for Santo António every month transforms the Santo António Museum into a true Lisbon fado house. In this Christmas Special edition, on December 12th, Peu Madureira returns to the Museum to present an exclusive selection of themes alluding to Christmas and the genuine devotion that is sung by the singers. Peu Madureira was […]

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Christmas Concert – Quarteto Opus 28

On the first day of December, the Museum will receive Quarteto Opus 28 for a concert where Christmas songs of different periods will be performed in a fun way, with the audience encouraged to join in. Quarteto Opus 28 is a classically-trained group created in 2003 by young musicians from Lisbon, aiming to make “classical” […]

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Centro Ismaili

In December, we’ll be opening the doors of the Ismaili Centre, the home of the Ismaili Muslim community in Lisbon, for three guided tours and two concerts. This is a chance to discover a unique building, which harmoniously combines eastern Islamic architecture with the architectural tradition of the Iberian Peninsula. The sumptuous gardens, still unknown […]

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Alexey Shakitko

We’ll be opening the Archive Room at the Paços do Concelho building for a piano recital where the dominant note will be one of joy, provided by a scholarly European musical tradition which has survived for several centuries and has been an endless source of aesthetic inspiration. Pianist Alexey Shakitko transports us to a rich […]

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Coro Ricercare e Orquestra Sinfonietta de Lisboa

The Ricercare Choir, Sinfonietta de Lisboa and soprano Elsa Cortez, conducted by Vasco Pearce de Azevedo, will be performing a Christmas concert that will alternate between renowned composers of orchestral and choir music, such as Fauré and Mendelssohn, and young contemporary Portuguese composers, ending with traditional Christmas songs from different parts of the world. The […]

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Real Combo Lisbonense

The Jardim da Estrela bandstand will be staging a concert by Real Combo Lisbonense, a project recovering a tradition which was somewhat lost in time: the tradition of orchestras and dance ensembles that entertained the bars, restaurants, hotels, casinos and parties in 1950s and 60s Portugal. This is a reunion with the origins of Pop […]

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Big Band de Alunos – Escola de Jazz Luiz Villas-Boas / HCP

The repertoire of the great jazz orchestras of the 1940s and 50s are an integral part of any jazz school student’s education. The Students’ Big Band from the Luiz Villas-Boas Jazz School has been working on this set during the school year and performs it periodically at concerts at the Hot Clube de Portugal and […]

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Popular – Inatel na Rua

Every day Street entertainment and performances; traditional games   Parque das Nações  12 to 14 September Parque Tejo Concerts 10 pm 12 September – Realejo 13 September –  O Gajo 14 September – Stereossauro     19 to 21 September Ajuda Largo da Igreja da Memória 19 September Traditional Ball – Tradballs   20 & 21 September Concerts 9.30 […]

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Palácio Baldaya

At two years’ old, it has already become a cultural reference point, not just in Benfica but across the city. To celebrate its second anniversary, Palácio Baldaya is hosting a vast and varied programme, including cinema, theatre, fashion, lots of music and even a vintage festival.   Benfica ao Luar (Benfica in the Moonlight) free […]

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Festival Estes Romanos Estão Loucos

The Museum is taking to the street and invites all Lisboetas to get to know their Roman ancestors better. With multiple activities taking place at the archaeoological site, museum and the surrounding roads, this festival will give you a new perspective on the city and its past. After all, we’re all Romans and even a […]

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Feira da Luz

The Light Fair is something of a tradition in Carnide: it began as an extension of the pilgramage held annually in September to the Sanctuary of Our Lady of the Light, attracting numerous outsiders from the capital and surroundings. Nowadays it’s a festival which aims to promote Portuguese music. This year, amongst other names, you […]

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Lisboa Soa

People, animals, plants and sound are in permanent migration, moving from place to place, silencing and transforming soundscapes on the way. In some cases, they never again find a place of belonging. In others, they are able to adapt and naturalise. The greenhouse is an example of taking in and sheltering: it protects different migratory plant […]

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Noite Branca

For one night, the city’s shops stay open late to celebrate Noite Branca, which this year will be expanding into new areas of the city. The traditional participating areas of Baixa and Chiado (Largo 1.º de Dezembro, Largo Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro, Largo Trindade Coelho and Praça Luís de Camões), Príncipe Real and Rua Castilho will […]

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Chapéus na Rua

13 September Largo do Intendente 7 pm – Opening: “The Last One To Grab Fall First” (Salto – International Circus School) 8 pm – DJ set   14 September Mercado de Arroios 11 am – Circus in the Markets   Campo Mártires da Pátria 2 pm – 6 pm – Street Performances Largo do Intendente […]

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Arraial de São Vicente

This event includes the participation of the parish’s community groups, clubs and institutions, with a total of around 50 spaces licensed to sell traditional seasonal delicacies, especially sardines and caldo verde. There’ll be a range of entertainment and music over 10 days, divided between three stages located in Largo da Graça, the Miradouro Sophia de […]

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The Trezena to Saint Anthony

1 June Opening concert AMAC Orchestra Irgeja de Santo António 20:30 Over 6s   1 June Symposium “From the home of Fernando de Bulhões to the Church of Saint Anthony” 10:00 – 16:30 Museu de Santo António Over 12s   2 June Saint Anthony Miracle Worker Tour around the sites of Saint Anthony’s miracles 15:30 […]

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Arraial Lisboa Pride (Lisbon Pride Fair)

With free admission, this is a party for the whole city, defining Lisbon as a city that values and celebrates diversity and equality, saying no to discrimination and giving visibility to the LGBTI community and their families. It’s the biggest and most colourful party in Lisbon. Whoever comes to this fair, knows they’ll be back; […]

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Lisboa Mistura – 8 june

8 June 18:00 DJ Ricardo Alves Angola   19:30 AL-QASAR 4 Continentes The Middle East, 1972. A new generation of musicians begins to incorporate the new amplified sounds of the West into traditional Eastern music, accompanied by traditional Arab musical instruments such as the darabouka, saz and qanun. Los Angeles, 2018. French American Thomas Bellier […]

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Arraial dos Navegantes (Fair of the Navigators)

The Arraial dos Navegantes in Parque das Nações is the most family friendly fair, with around 2000 seats which allow family and friends to enjoy each other’s company in a more leisurely way. There’s also an area especially dedicated to younger ones, the “Arraialito” (little fair), thanks to the help of volunteers, where there’ll be […]

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Arraial da Vila Berta

It all began with a joke between neighbours in 2010 and since then it’s become one of the most popular festivals in Lisbon. This year, there’ll be more of the same: the best sardines, the best beer and always and exclusively the best música popular portuguesa.

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Lisboa Mistura – 9 june

OPA – Oficina Portátil de Artes Portugal 15h An educational and artistic project (promoted by Associação Sons da Lusofonia) with intercultural roots. Over recent years (with the support of the Lisbon Municipal Council’s Culture Department), it has worked with hundreds of youngsters from different backgrounds and neighbourhoods of the Lisbon Metropolitan Area. OPA works towards […]

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Arraiais Populares

Alcântara Academia de  Santo Amaro Rua Academia Recreativa de Santo Amaro, Logradouro circundante à coletividade 1, 7, 8, 9,12, 13,14, 15,19,21, 22, 28, 29, 30 de junho   Benfica Associação Recreativa de Moradores e Amigos do Bairro da Boavista Rua das Azáleas, Bairro da Boavista 1, 8, 9, 12, 13, 15, 19, 22, 29 de junho   […]

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Desfile na Avenida

Guest group: Marcha Popular de Ribeira de Frades (Coimbra) Line-up: Infantil “A Voz do Operário”, Mercados, Santa Casa, S. Vicente, Carnide, Bica, Alfama, Bela Flor-Campolide, Ajuda, Baixa, Madragoa, Penha de França, Graça, Beato, Marvila, Bairro da Boavista, Olivais, Mouraria, Parque das Nações, Castelo, Alto do Pina, Alcântara, Bairro Alto

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Olivais Sul Parish Fair

A fair promoted by the Parish of Nossa Senhora da Conceição de Olivais Sul to bring together the whole community and provide those who live and work in Olivais with a space and a party where everyone’s welcome. Here we’ll be having fun for a good cause as we’ll be raising money to pay for […]

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Big Band Júnior abraça o Norte (Big Band Júnior embraces the North)

Orchestra- Jazz School (Orelha Viva/ Hot Club de Portugal) Guests: Paulo Perfeito (musical director) and João Guimarães (Saxophone) For the second year running, Big Band Júnior performs a concert at the São Luiz which represents the culmination of their Spring Training. This concert will raise awareness of jazz musicians from the north of Portugal, a […]

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Exibições – Marchas Populares

7 June Infantil “A Voz do Operário”, Bairro da Boavista, Bica, Marvila, Alfama, Baixa, S. Vicente, Graça 8 June Mercados, Mouraria, Bela Flor-Campolide, Carnide, Alto do Pina, Alcântara, Madragoa, Olivais 9 June Santa Casa, Parque das Nações, Castelo, Penha de França, Beato, Bairro Alto, Ajuda

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Lisbon International Tango Festival

The International Tango Festival unites two ports, two cities overlooking the sea: Lisbon and Buenos Aires. Already one of the biggest tango festivals in the world (with 16 editions already under its belt), this year a Tango&Fado concert will be performed at the opening show, with singers Pedro Moutinho and Joana Amendoeira accompanied by two […]

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Festa do Japão em Lisboa

The Japan Festival recreates in Belém, next to the Tagus, the “Matsuri” atmosphere (Japan’s Summer Festivals), with this year’s theme the Tanabata Festival, one of the country’s most popular traditional festivals. Visitors will have the chance to see Japanese music festivals (traditional and pop), demonstrations and workshops on various forms of Japanese cultural expression: cosplay, […]

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Great Fair of Benfica

The Benfica Parish Council is once again organising one of the liveliest fairs in the city: the Grande Arraial de Benfica. In addition to snacks and manjericos (bush basils), you’ll also be able to see live performances by Rute Marlene (20 June), Toy (20 June), Bárbara Bandeira (21 June), Cuca Roseta (22 June) and HMB […]

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Fair of Saint Anthony (Santos Populares in Alvalade)

The Santos Populares are celebrated in Alvalade parish with a fair aimed at all the family. Between 7 and 16 June, there’ll be lots of music, fun and traditional Portuguese cuisine at the Estádio 1.º de Maio. This year, with concerts every day, there’ll be no excuse not to come to Alvalade. The concerts, featuring […]

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Great Fair of Benfica

The Benfica Parish Council is once again organising one of the liveliest fairs in the city: the Grande Arraial de Benfica. In addition to snacks and manjericos (bush basils), you’ll also be able to see live performances by Rute Marlene (20 June), Toy (20 June), Bárbara Bandeira (21 June), Cuca Roseta (22 June) and HMB […]

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Sinning Saints

The city’s most heretical party is back! The Pátio dos Lagares, in the Centro de Inovação da Mouraria is one again hosting Sinning Saints. There’ll be music with ancient South American roots, tropical urban extravagance, as well as afro-electronica, with a first-rate musical line-up and delicious Trans-Iberian snacks. A buoyant ball with a view of […]

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Libertas Project

The project “Libertas – the condition of a free person” aims to question the idea of human freedom, of who has freedom to speak, and the boundaries which exist between societies, classes, groups and individuals. The performance will take the form of a march/protest with participants catching a boat and then taking a walking route. […]

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Raquel Tavares and Gospel Collective

Raquel Tavares It’s not by chance that Raquel Tavares is one of the most important voices in contemporary fado. Her life is inseparably intertwined with fado and it was fado that was by her side when, as a girl, she dared to step up onto the stage and win, at the age of 12, the […]

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Atlantic Swing Festival

The Atlantic Swing Festival is an international event dedicated to vintage American music and dances. Produced by Swing Station, it brings together lindy hoppers from across the world for a fun and varied programme under the banner “What We Dance is Life” – an exploration of what music and dance teach us about our lives. […]

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Marchas Infantis de Lisboa

Highlighting and reinforcing in the children the interest and knowledge of the cultural heritage and the popular heritage of the city, we estimated the presence of about 900 children to march, of several Town Councils of the city that were associated to this event, under the theme: Letters and Colors | Lisbon City of Traditions.

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Lisboa Mistura – 10 june

15:00 Intercultural Festival The Intercultural Festival has been a feature of Lisboa Mistura since the beginning. The different communities and people, who seem invisible, are one of Lisbon’s greatest assets and have been part of the city’s DNA for as long as it’s existed as an urban centre. The Intercultural Festival, symbolically held on 10 […]

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Ana Moura and Sopa de Pedra

  Ana Moura Ana Moura possesses a voice that wanders freely through tradition, while still flirting elegantly with pop music. But what distinguishes her is not just a low and sensual timbre; she’s able to turn any melody instantly into fado. It’s an immediate fuse, an emotional explosion set off with no regard for the […]

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A Festa da Diversidade

2019 marks the 20th anniversary of the first Festival of Diversity, promoted by the SOS Racismo association in partnership with several other associations. It aims to bring to the public space work produced by the many associations and artists (hailing from the city’s edges or from the centre) which doesn’t receive the visibility that its […]

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António & Variações

If his passage through the world hadn’t been as fleeting as an incandescent star, António Variações would be 75 this year. Given his intense way of being, it’s impossible to imagine how far he might have gone. A unique figure in Portuguese music and a profoundly original artist who managed to create a perfect synthesis […]

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Freedom to conduct

Over five days, everyone can be a conductor for a few moments. From 19th to 23rd April, an orchestra will be set up in various public spaces across Lisbon, with a conductor’s podium waiting for whoever’s passing by. The orchestra will follow the instructions of several conductors, brining an original soundtrack to the city 19th […]

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Fausto Bordalo Dias Band & Orchestra Music & Revolution

Fausto is one of those men who’s excused (by the nature of his art and the reach of the songs he carefully designs, sculpts and clothes) from living under the dictatorship of the “obligatorily ephemeral”, a variant of the “politically correct” which assails us on a daily basis. What’s more, in the age of videos, […]

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Party in the Park

Celebrating the 45th anniversary of the Carnation Revolution with a festive morning for all the family, with creative workshops, music and sports activities at the revamped Jardim do Campo Grande.

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April Conversations: two museums, a shared patio

In the late afternoon, discover the two museums which share the Pátio do Aljube: the Museum of Lisbon-Roman Theatre and the Aljube Museum-Resistance and Freedom. The Pátio do Aljube (one of the city’s oldest, which dates back to before the earthquake) survives to this day and links two museums housed in buildings of great antiquity. […]

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April 25th – Museu do Aljube

10am-6pm  DAYS OF MEMORY A meeting of memories, consisting of the stories, testimonies and objects of those who’ll be sharing with us what they have and what they can leave to the Museum for future visitors. A gathering of testimonies and objects to enrich the Aljube Museum collection. A partnership between the Aljube Museum and […]

New Year's Eve
Orquestra Metropolitana de Lisboa

Orquestra Metropolitana de Lisboa, conducted by Maestro Pedro Amaral, will take us on a journey through some remarkable pieces, bringing along some very special guests: soprano Elisabete Matos and tenor Carlos Guilherme. LINE UP Nikolai Rimsky – Korsakov (1844-1908) – Spanish Capriccio, Op. 34 (1887) (15’) I. Alborada II. Variazoni III. Alborada IV. Scena e canto […]

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Oriental X’MAS

Oriental X’MAS, organized by the Hindu Community of Portugal, aims to bring everyone together in an entertaining and different evening. Established in Portugal since 1975 and the decolonization of Mozambique, this community today comprises around nine thousand members. The Radha Krishna Temple opened in 1998 and has been, from the outset, a space open to […]

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Lisbon Busking Festival

The concept is simple: street performances in the public space, captivating passersby. Largo do Intendente will welcome circus artists, jugglers, acrobats, clowns, puppets, living statues, improvised poetry, dance, theatre, music and everything else imaginable. 10 to 13 september O EspaçO Workshop Clown over 16s Information and registration lisbonbuskingfestival@gmail.com 13 september “O papel das artes de rua nos processos de regeneração […]

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Verão no Parque

Um Parque de Contos 26 august , 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 september 11am Casa do Arboreto over 3s (target: children aged 3 to 10) Storytime in the Park! Portuguese and foreign storytellers will be delighting audiences with their stories. With Rodolfo Castro, Cláudia Almendra, Antonella Gilardi, Fábio Superbi and Ana Sousa Gabine. Promoted […]

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Feira da Luz

Organised by the Parish Council, Feira da Luz returns to Carnide for a month of fun and entertainment with workshops, exhibitions, theatre, handicrafts and food stalls, dances, the Carnide Popular Parade and the traditional procession in honour of N. Srª da Luz (Our Lady of the Light), which brings the fair to an end every […]

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Entrada Livre

TEATRO by Pascal Rambert 15 september, 8pm Sala Garrett THEATRE was born in Russia. Pascal Rambert was at the Moscow Art Theatre, having been invited to present the play Clôture de d’amour in Russian. During the time he was there, Rambert spoke with the actors. Young and old. He heard the stories and memories of […]

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Festival Cioff® Culturas Mediterrânicas

A meeting of Mediterranean (or Mediterranean-influenced) cultures and countries, where traditions and customs can be discovered through experimentation: dance, music, handicraft, gastronomy, exhibitions and workshops. The festival, which will welcome 400 artists from 12 countries, will include entertainment from groups like Sinies Corfu (from Greece), Ensemble BrodoSplit (from Croatia) and more than 40 traditional Portuguese […]

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Dançar a Cidade

26 august Quinta das Conchas, 6pm Brazilian Dances Xote, baião and arrasta pé. Don’t know what they are? Would it help if we said Forró? Enrique Matos and Camila Alves show you how to dance to the sound of this Brazilian beat. how to get there subway: Quinta das Conchas (yellow line) bus: 717, 736, […]

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Entrada Livre (Free Admission)

Shows 16 e 17 september Sala Garrett 7pm, saturday 4pm, sunday Lear from King Lear by William Shakespeare production: Bruno Bravo Production: Primeiros Sintomas / TNDMII   Outdoor 3pm to 8pm Building Conversation Lotte van den Berg /Third Space   Sala Estúdio 7.30pm, saturday 5pm, sunday Topografia by Teatro da Cidade   Salão Nobre 11am […]

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Natal em Lisboa

Natal em Lisboa is the time and place to every gathering, with sounds that go from gospel to chamber music, choral music or even songs from Andalusia. We had concerts inside churches – as usual – but in 2017 we also joined Centro Ismaili de Lisboa and Templo Radha Krishna.

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Lisboa na Rua 2017

In 2017 Lisboa na Rua filled Vale do Silêncio with music: Carmina Burana, in an interpretation by Orquestra Gulbenkian and the Choirs Gulbenkian and Infantil do Instituto Gregoriano de Lisboa. We celebrated the 20th anniversary of Orquestra Jazz de Matosinhos with a show in Largo da Ajuda with Manuela Azevedo. Lisbon danced to different rythmes […]

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Fado no Castelo (2017)

In 2017, the Fado no Castelo nights had a special flavour, with three unique shows, where fado met flamenco, chorinho, and tango, in unlikely marriages that delighted the audience against the backdrop of one of the best views in the city.  

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Summer Choral Festival (2017)

Continuing the growth of the Summer Choral Festival, the 6th edition has the largest number of participants to date: 23 choirs and a total of 750 participants from seven countries – Portugal, Spain, Israel, Singapore, Poland, Estonia, and Germany

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Orquestra Gulbenkian – Concerto de Aranjuez (2017)

The Gulbenkian Orchestra joined Festas de Lisboa’17 to offer the city a concert of exceptional quality, with distinguished guests, who evoked the great Latin American composers in a year in which the city is the Ibero-American Capital of Culture.

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Lisbon Under Stars

The ruins of the Convento do Carmo will be the screen for a video mapping that will explore more than 600 years of Lisbon’s and Portugal’s history. The great events featured are narrated by Catarina Furtado and accompanied by some of the most important pieces of Portuguese music. There will also be special performances by […]

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Rama em Flor – Feminist and Queer Community Festival

Through concerts, conversations, cinema and fairs, Rama em Flor aims to provide places for meeting and debating, to increase female, trans and non-binary representativeness, to instigate political awareness and civic activity and stimulate freedom of gender identities and expressions.  

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The Trezena to Saint Anthony

The Trezena to Saint Anthony is believed to have originated in Bologna, Italy. It was the year 1617 when a lady in need of an important favour from the heavens appealed insistently to Saint Anthony over nine Tuesdays, fervently praying. With her prayers answered, her example was followed by others and it soon became a […]

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Marchas Populares Exhibition

With well-tuned voices and well-trained steps, groups from different Lisbon neighbourhoods make their way down the Avenida da Liberdade and the city gets all dressed up for what is the high point of the Festas de Lisboa. This year, Vasco Santana and the Canção de Lisboa (film) are the inspiration for the Grande Marcha (Big […]

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Micropoems to be read on Jupiter

When children play And I hear them playing Something in my soul begins to rejoice   The 130th anniversary of the birth of poet Fernando Pessoa is a cause for celebration. The Casa Fernando Pessoa association has put together a special programme with all ages in mind. Let’s celebrate!   Micropoems to be read on […]

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And finally…the cat?

When children play And I hear them playing Something in my soul begins to rejoice The 130th anniversary of the birth of poet Fernando Pessoa is a cause for celebration. The Casa Fernando Pessoa association has put together a special programme with all ages in mind. Let’s celebrate!   And finally…the cat? Cat, you play […]

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LU.CA, a new theatre for kids

A new municipal theatre has been born on the Calçada da Ajuda. With an eye on the future, and pushing harder to create new audiences for the arts, Lisbon now has a theatre which is exclusively dedicated to art programmes for youngsters. This space has a long history dating back to 1737 when it was […]

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The Wonderful World of Mechanical Music

A journey through the sounds of Fado in the universe of mechanical musical instruments, based on the collection of Luís Cangueiro (Museu da Música Mecânica). Daily guided tours with audio from speaking machines.

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Political Festival, day 3

3pm – Chapitô – Magic Suitcase Project: Capoeira Workshop* Manoel de Oliveira Room Maximum of 15 people via prior registration. The Entertainment in Action/Magic Suitcase project was created as part of the Chapitô Entertainment Team’s artistic work, alongside youths fulfilling correctional educational measures. As such it promotes social inclusion through the arts. At this workshop […]

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Oriental Xmas

The aim of this celebration organised by the Hindu Community of Portugal is to invite everyone to celebrate Christmas in an original way. In addition to guided tours of the Radha Krishna Temple, the festivities will also include music, Bollywood-style dancing, balloon modelling and Indian cuisine. Since it opened in 1998, as well as being […]

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Baldaya Palace Opening

After long months of recovery work, this emblematic Benfica road building will be returned to the population. On September 1, 2 and 3, the opening of this new cultural space of the parish will be marked with various cultural activities, in a schedule that will take place during the three days in the gardens and […]

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Andalucía Big Band

Andalucía Big Band (ABB) is a Seville-based jazz orchestra made up of musicians originating from different Andalusian provinces: Huelva, Cádiz, Seville and Málaga. It was formed with the aim of bringing jazz closer to the public, so they can get to know both traditional Big Band music and also the work of modern-day composers. For […]

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Big Band Júnior

Big Band Júnior is a jazz orchestra-school consisting of around 20 musicians aged between 12 and 17. It was founded in 2010, based on an original idea belonging to Alexandra Ávila Trindade and João Godinho and took form through a partnership between the Centro Cultural de Belém and Hot Clube de Portugal. BBJ aims to […]

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Marvila Days

Topias Urbanas is an opportunity to see the parish of Marvila in an unexpected way. It consists of three days of performances, walks, games and video projections, designed by a group of artists, architects and social scientists who, for a period of 10 months, spent time in the area and worked in close contact with some of its residents. […]

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Street Hats

15 setembro Café O Largo 5pm Conference “The role of street arts in urban and social regeneration” – aimed at the mobilisation of cultural and artistic operators around the theme. Circus show for the parish’s schools In partnership with the Arroios parish council, a circus show will be performed for the Family Support Centres, as children prepare to return to school. […]

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MuDança Festival

Festival MuDança has changed Alta de Lisboa, transforming an intervention project using music and dance into a shared stage open to cultural and artistic diversity which embraces the city. This year’s programme will allow you to experience traditional African dances, the dances of India, African and traditional Portuguese music, the sounds and dances of hip […]

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Brincar aos Fados

Children’s book launch. The illustrated book Brincar aos Fados presents an interpretation of Fado that is especially directed at the children’s imagination, inspired by the historic neighbourhoods of Lisbon.

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The Public welcomes you

On this day in which “The public welcomes you” the theater will be taken symbolically by the participants of the project. They will open the doors and ensure the functioning of all the Theater.

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Magnetic Stories – A Chicken

The chosen author for this new episode of Magnetic Stories is Clarice Lispector. The story “The Chicken” is combined with the sound of the electric guitar, followed by a workshop.

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Conference “Devotion to Saint Anthony in Portugal and Brazil”

A cult that has become global, the devotion to Saint Anthony is the main theme of this 3 day conference that includes documentaries and live music.