Ferreira do Alentejo welcomes on Saturday, 11th, a name that weighs heavily on the music of the 21st century, as well as proposals to get to know the local heritage, within the scope of the Terras sem Sombra festival.
The program features classical music, contemporary creation and jazz side by side, with an unusual building: the Lagar do Marmelo by Sovena.
Designed by Ricardo Bak Gordon, this factory was recently considered the most beautiful of the genre, in world terms. The brilliant acoustics of its engine room enhance the exceptionality of the place.
The Hungarian composer and guitarist Ferenc Snétberger will be accompanied by some of the most talented soloists of the young generations of his country.
To the artistic excellence of this show, on the same days, proposals for the knowledge of remarkable aspects of the local patrimony are united.
On Saturday afternoon (3:00 p.m.), Terras sem Sombra travels to the Roman villa of Monte da Chaminé, where the Camino de Santiago also passed, for a visit guided by the museologist Maria João Pina and archaeologist Sara Ramos.
The morning of Sunday, 12, from 9:30 hours, explores a little known aspect of biodiversity in the fields of Ferreira: the life of insects.
The activities of Lands without Shadow in the Alentejo county result from the partnership with the local municipality and are supported by the Embassy of Hungary, EDIA, Ecology Center of the University of Lisbon, ELAIA and the Portuguese Society of Entomology.