Diogo Piçarra

Altice Arena, Lisboa Rossio dos Olivais, Lisbon, Lisbon Metropolitan Area

Diogo Piçarra's South Side Boy Tour debuts at the largest concert hall in the country, the Altice Arena. This will be the first time that the artist will give a concert in his own name in this room, and it will also be the first time that he will present the songs from the new album “South Side Boy” live. Diogo Piçarra arrives at Altice Arena after a break of more than a year from the country's great stages, having, during 2019, performed a very successful acoustic tour in the main national auditoriums, with more than 30 sold out concerts.

€20

Diana Vilarinho

Capitólio Lisboa Parque Mayer, Lisbon, Lisbon Metropolitan Area

Diana Vilarinho is a young woman who has attracted a lot of attention, especially from those who have been lucky enough to see her live. Her entire fado career led her to start thinking about her first album. In search of repertoire, learning and knowledge, she was working on a deep research so that today, at the age of 25, she could present a record that portrays her entirely. The first album is released in October 2021 and has the production of the renowned fado singer Ricardo Ribeiro. On November 30, the Capitol, we celebrate the debut of this beautiful work, Diana Vilarinho

€15

Black Coffee – Sbcncsly – Lisbon

Campo Pequeno, Lisboa Av. República, Lisbon, Lisbon Metropolitan Area

The world tour of the new Black Coffee album brings the South African icon to Lisbon. On the 1st of December, the mythical room of Campo Pequeno will become the biggest Portuguese stage of electronic music.

€15

André Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra

Altice Arena, Lisboa Rossio dos Olivais, Lisbon, Lisbon Metropolitan Area

This time the conductor, together with his 60-person orchestra, the Johann Strauss Orkest and many soloists, will be performing grandly with his new show. On December 2nd and 3rd, wait for a colorful concert, full of magnificent music, many surprises, balloons, The Platin Tenors tenors and the beautiful sopranos. Let yourself be carried away by the most romantic melodies or step back along with one of the infectious waltzes. An evening full of humour, emotion and recognition. Experience the magic of André Rieu during a festive and unforgettable night.

€45

André Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra

Altice Arena, Lisboa Rossio dos Olivais, Lisbon, Lisbon Metropolitan Area

This time the conductor, together with his 60-person orchestra, the Johann Strauss Orkest and many soloists, will be performing grandly with his new show. On December 2nd and 3rd, wait for a colorful concert, full of magnificent music, many surprises, balloons, The Platin Tenors tenors and the beautiful sopranos. Let yourself be carried away by the most romantic melodies or step back along with one of the infectious waltzes. An evening full of humour, emotion and recognition. Experience the magic of André Rieu during a festive and unforgettable night.

€45

Bruno Santos

Teatro-Cine, Torres Vedras Av. Ten. Valadim 19, Torres Vedras, Central Portugal

Siricaia appear in 2019 and are a duo consisting of Susie Filipe (percussion and voice) and Vítor Hugo (voice and guitar). Using a strong imagery component, "Fandango Family" involves 18 Portuguese artists from various artistic backgrounds and proposes new ways of looking at the identity of Portuguese families of the past, present and future. "Fandango Family" is the name of Siricaia’s first album, which portrays through music, painting, literature and video, the life of a typically Portuguese family breast, over 4 generations, on a journey back to the roots, aboard contemporary sonorities and electronics. From traditional Portuguese rhythms to the swing Jungle, with Portuguese percussions and electric guitars travestidas cavaquinho, Siricaia explores various artistic influences, stopping from port to port, looking for new answers to old questions.

€5

Siricaia

CAA Centro de Artes de Águeda Rua Joaquim Valente Almeida, nº 30, Águeda, Central Portugal

Siricaia appear in 2019 and are a duo consisting of Susie Filipe (percussion and voice) and Vítor Hugo (voice and guitar). Using a strong imagery component, "Fandango Family" involves 18 Portuguese artists from various artistic backgrounds and proposes new ways of looking at the identity of Portuguese families of the past, present and future. "Fandango Family" is the name of Siricaia’s first album, which portrays through music, painting, literature and video, the life of a typically Portuguese family breast, over 4 generations, on a journey back to the roots, aboard contemporary sonorities and electronics. From traditional Portuguese rhythms to the swing Jungle, with Portuguese percussions and electric guitars travestidas cavaquinho, Siricaia explores various artistic influences, stopping from port to port, looking for new answers to old questions.

€5

Egschiglen

Museu do Oriente, Lisboa Doca de Alcantara Norte, Av. Brasília, Lisbon, Lisbon Metropolitan Area

The Egschiglen group was founded in 1991 by master’s students from the Ulán Bator Conservatory. The three elements that make up it today are founding members and the heart of the group that, since its inception, is dedicated to the contemporary interpretation of traditional Mongolian music. The music of a country is inspired by its landscape and the way of life of its people. Mongolia, in the heart of Asia, is a vast territory, approximately twelve times larger than Portugal. It is a country with endless pastures to the south, to the arid beauty of the Gobi desert. In the snowy mountains of Altai and Changai, crystal clear rivers traverse forests and plains. Egschiglen’s music impresses by its variety and expressiveness. They perform traditional songs and works by contemporary Mongolian composers with their harmonious arrangements, using traditional instruments from their country and vocal techniques from Central Asia. You can almost hear the sound of the husks of the strong Mongolian horses: Genghis Khan founded the greatest empire in the world thanks to them. And, again, the music transports us to the pure silence of the Gobi desert, where only the wind sings in the dunes. A music of contrasts of great evocative capacity. The style of khoomii singing, which consists in producing at the same time a very sharp and very guttural sound, seems superhuman. However, the music sounds familiar, expressing timeless human feelings: love, sadness and gratitude.

€15

1Kilo

Capitólio Lisboa Parque Mayer, Lisbon, Lisbon Metropolitan Area

1Kilo, the most revolutionary rapper collective of Brazilian music arrives in Portugal by Malpevent to present his work for the first time on December 10, at the Capitol, in Lisbon. This is a true phenomenon of modern music, which conquered Rio de Janeiro in 2016, where the secret is acoustic rap, a mix of painted pop guitars, flows, MPB, Trap, pop, and sober lyrics, sometimes romantic and seductive. For the collective 1Kilo, almost anything is worth, as long as the rap has space to value itself and travel to other levels. A show to see on December 10 at the Capitol in Lisbon.

€20

Manuel de Oliveira

Teatro-Cine, Torres Vedras Av. Ten. Valadim 19, Torres Vedras, Central Portugal

For "Entre-Lugar", Manuel de Oliveira started from his recognized Iberian identity, adding colors and flavors from other places, crossing ethnic with urban, African music with fado, flamenco with tango, in a vast multicultural symbiosis. The viola Braguesa plays a determining role in this multiculturality, already previously explored in the album "Iberia" but, here and now, with a stronger and decisive presence. Braguesa, thanks to its sonority, somewhere between the dolence of the Portuguese Guitar and the exoticism of the Arabic Mandola, gives "EntreLugar" its true meaning, of restless identity, without prejudice and at the same time full of authenticity among the places of Portuguese identity. In concert, Manuel de Oliveira performs in trio with João Frade and Sandra Martins to play "Entre - Lugar" and revisit some of the themes of "Ibéria" and "Amarte".

€5

Tiago Bettencourt

CAA Centro de Artes de Águeda Rua Joaquim Valente Almeida, nº 30, Águeda, Central Portugal

Author of several reference compositions of the new Portuguese music, and always in Portuguese, it was more than fifteen years ago that embarked on that which would be his first studio adventure, with the Toranja, scoring forever the Portuguese musical panorama. The richness of the simplicity of its poems and melodies quickly captured the attention of the public with the albums "Esquissos" and "Second". Unforgettable themes such as "Letter" and "Laths" are inseparable from their striking voice. The sixth album of original Tiago Bettencourt, "2019 Towards Eclipse" edited this past October will be presented live, with a national tour. The tour will pass through Viana do Castelo, Loulé, Albergaria-a-Old, Vila Nova de Famalicão, Beja, Torres New, Coimbra, Aveiro, Alcanena, Braga, Leiria, Ovar, Estarreja, Évora and Águeda.

€10

Rui Oliveira

CAA Centro de Artes de Águeda Rua Joaquim Valente Almeida, nº 30, Águeda, Central Portugal

Rui Oliveira interprets renowned authors of the Portuguese language as: Eugénio de Andrade, Miguel Torga, Ary dos Santos, Vinicius Morais, Natália Correia or José Afonso. Using the voice as the main instrument and accompaniment the Aveiro singer creates soundscapes where the poems and songs breathe. Without pre-defined alignment, the concert is a meeting of those who seek beauty and meaning in the music and words of poets.

€3