“Maré de Fado” will be broadcast online on the usual platforms
Tomorrow and Saturday, next March 26th and 27th, the Municipality of Sines organizes another weekend of the “Maré de Fado” show, taking the music home to enjoy online and on the radio.
The third “tide” weekend begins tomorrow, March 26, with Tânia Oleiro, Carolina Bila and José Geadas, who give their interpretation to the theme “A Viagem”. Maria da Saudade, Luís Saturnino, Tânia Oleiro and the Accordion Fadista project will perform the next day, Saturday, March 27, with the theme “O Trabalho” setting the tone.
With the artistic direction of Carlos Soares da Silva, the “Maré de Fado” initiative was created in 2017 and aims to recover the legacy of the nights and fado meetings, where amateurs and professionals came together for the pleasure of singing.
In this edition, with 25 names programmed, fado opens to guest projects with influences from other musical genres and the program for each night is organized around a different theme7.
“Maré de Fado” are also the places where it takes place, linked to the local heritage. In this edition, fado passes through the Museum of Sines, the old Railway Station, the Church of Nossa Senhora das Salas and the Largo Marquês de Pombal (Porto Covo).
Nuno Mascarenhas, Mayor of Sines, says that “this is an initiative in which, at this moment especially complex in the area of culture, we seek to streamline programming through the means we have at our disposal to reach the public, valuing our artists and our traditions. It is a program that combines our intangible heritage with the historic and built heritage, carried out with enormous professionalism ».
These eight nights of music, which started on March 12, last until April 3, every Friday and Saturday.
Always starting at 9:30 pm, the eight shows can be seen and heard on the networks of the Municipality of Sines (Facebook and Youtube) and on the channels of the partners Rádio Amália and Rádio Sines, including on their FM frequency.
Taking into account the pandemic situation and the State of Emergency in force, all shows are recorded without an audience and in compliance with safety standards recommended by health authorities.