The CAPA – Center for Performative Arts of the Algarve, in Faro, starts tomorrow, Friday, 5, with the concert of Noiserv, a new programming cycle, which precedes the 5th edition of the DeVIR meetings.
Noiserv, who has been called "the man-orchestra" or "one-man band", is considered one of the most creative and stimulating musical projects of the last decade in Portugal.
"His journey has been marked by the creation of songs capable of reaching each individual in his intimacy, reminding him of intricate experiences, moments and memories between reality and dream," says the CAPa.
The concert cycle continues with the Migna Mala, who present their album "Ni Noderidá" on October 26. The group debuted at the CAPa in February 2009 and their work refers to the music of the world and their universe to a fantasy imaginary.
Catarina Miranda, known as Emmy Curl, performs solo on the farense association stage on December 1st. After his participation in the Song Festival, with "To smile I do not need anything", theme composed by Júlio Resende, will launch his next work, "Dance of the Moon and the Sun".
The programming in the CAPa in the month of November will be marked by the theater. Marco Martins, filmmaker and director, will be in residence at the CAPa for the start of his new creation, with an interpretation of Beatriz Batarda and Romeu Runa, to debut at the Teatro de São Luís in Lisbon, within a year. On November 17, they will present a rehearsed reading.
On December 7, the piece "Välute" will appear on the stage of the Center for Performative Arts of the Algarve. "An imaginary place, a frontier territory, invisible. Everything is possible in Him. The dream is confused with reality, "says the CAPa about a show created by Rui Neto and which has the interpretation of Margarida Cardeal, Cristina Milho, Drica Gomes, Martyn Gama and Roger Madureira and with the Voices In Repair (Sandra D 'Andrade as a soloist).
All presentations will begin at 9:30 p.m. The ticket price is 6 euros, with the exception of the reading staged by Marco Martins, who will have free admission.
Reservations can be made through the electronic address [email protected], numbers 289828784 and 961173034 or the DeVIR-CAPa Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/devir.capa.