A concert by Scott Matthew in Porto and another by Danças Ocultas in Coimbra opens on Wednesday the ninth Misty Fest, a music festival that spans several cities until the end of November.
In this festival, the poster is composed by artists and bands that unfold in several concerts by the country, with the seal "Misty Fest". This year, between premieres and returns, the festival has names like Brazilians PianOrquestra, with the participation of Luísa Sobral, Angolan singer Aline Frazão, Spanish trumpeter Andrea Motis, Portuguese Beatriz Nunes and French musician Christophe Chassol.
The first concerts are by Australian musician Scott Matthew, who recently released the album "Ode to Others". On Wednesday, it will be at the Casa da Música (Oporto), followed on Thursday by the São Francisco Convent (Coimbra) on Friday, Theatro Circo (Braga) and, on Sunday, the Tivoli Theater (Lisbon).
The concerts quartet Danças Ocultas, which has just released "Dentro que mar", will perform four concerts at Misty Fest, the first of which will take place on Wednesday in Coimbra, followed by Lisbon (03), Teatro Aveirense ( day 04) and to Porto (day 21).
From the program, the British musician Will Samson, who performs on November 16 at the Espinho Academy Auditorium and, on the 18th, at Jorge's cinema in Lisbon, showing songs from the album "Welcome Oxygen" (2017), composed after one season in Portugal.
The last concerts will be carried out by the Israeli bassist Avishai Cohen, in trio format. From November 20 to 25, he will perform at the Casa da Música, the São Francisco Convent, the Belém Cultural Center (Lisbon) and the Cine-teatro Louletano.
In total, until November 25th, Misty Fest offers more than thirty concerts in Lisbon, Porto, Coimbra, Braga, Loulé, Tavira, Ponta Delgada and Espinho.