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TOUR “EVERYTHING CHANGES”

“EVERYTHING CHANGES” IS THE NAME OF THE NEW TOUR OF ONE OF THE 

MOST RELEVANT FADO SINGERS OF OUR DAYS.

Joana Amendoeira’s new concert is made of change! Anchored in a theme from her new album – ” Pra mudar o rumo à vida”, the concert evolves into many new places in Joana’s voice, without forgetting her fado past.

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BIOGRAPHY

JOANA AMENDOEIRA is considered one of the most important singers of the “New Generation”.

In her singing, Fado wins new glow, new attitude, without deviating from tradition.

Joana Amendoeira was born in Santarém (Ribatejo), on 30th September 1982 and very soon discovered her appeal to sing Fado. In 1995, participated at the “Grande Noite do Fado do Porto”, where she won the first prize for female interpretation.

From this year started with regular performances in auditoriums and theaters around the country.

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DISCOGRAPHY

The appeal for Fado was born as a child and, at the age of 13, Joana Amendoeira became the winner of the Great Night of Porto Fado. Today, more than 20 years since living in Fado, nine recorded albums and after having stepped on some of the most prestigious stages all over the world, Joana Amendoeira stays true to the traditional sounds, adding an attitude and energy that make her a odd Fado singer.

Muito Depois

2016 ∙ CNM

“Muito Depois” reflects the more than 20 years of experience in Fado and has themes from various authors, lyricists and composers of today, such as Tiago Torres da Silva, Joaquim Pessoa, Vasco Graça Moura, Natália Correia and others.
With the production of the poet Tiago Torres da Silva, the traditional sonority of this album was enriched with the different hues of the special guests, such as Pedro Jóia, in Classical Guitar, Filipe Raposo on piano and Paulo de Carvalho, with whom she recorded the first duet of his career . These guests joined the group of wonderful musicians composed by Pedro Amendoeira, in Portuguese Guitar, Rogério Ferreira, in Viola de Fado and António Quintino, in Double bass.

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CONCERTS

  • 5 DECEMBER  |  TOUR “EVERYTHING CHANGES”  |  SOFIA |  BULGARIA

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