The «Serões de Outono» are back in the House of the People of Santo Estêvão (CPSE), in the small village of the barrocal of the county of Tavira, with five nights of music until the end of the year.
"After the success of previous years, this year, there are several musical proposals to warm the nights in our House," the association said in a statement.
This edition of "Autumn Awards" includes a commitment to partnerships with two important national structures, the Misty Fest and the Outonalidades.
The agenda starts on November 2, with a concert by Fernando Cunha, founder musician of the Delfins and Resistance, integrated in the Misty Fest.
The musician will announce "The guitar to play", with his new repertoire and revisiting the classics of the Dolphins.
The next day, November 3, and still under the Misty Fest, the House of the People of Santo Estêvão will feature the performance of Francisco Sales, one of the most prestigious and international Portuguese guitarists, and singer Beatriz Nunes, who will present his album "Canto Primer", in a journey between classical singing and jazz.
Rita Redshoes will perform in the intimate, duo-shaped Algarve village, alongside the well-known guitarist Bruno Santos, on November 17th.
Born in Outonalidades 2018, a national live music circuit promoted by the D'Orfeu Association of Águeda, the Guinean musician Kimi Djabaté will show his recent work "Kanamalu" on December 1st.
The "Autumn Sessions" will end on December 15 with virtuoso guitarist T Trips, co-founder of the Dead Combo, which in Santo Estêvão will perform "Makaka Guitar – Dances to an Unknown God" in the company of renowned percussionist Angolan musician João Doce.
The shows always take place by 10:00 p.m., opening the doors an hour earlier.