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The musician Bruno Chaveiro, one of the most promising Portuguese guitarists, will present two concerts in Croatia, in Zagreb, on January 17th (7:30 pm), at the Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall and in Šibenik, on January 19th (7:30 pm) at the National Croatian Theatre.

He will be accompanied by João Domingos on acoustic guitar.

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Graduated in Portuguese guitar, at 30 years old Bruno Chaveiro is one of the most promising Portuguese guitarists. After several years following some of the biggest names in fado, a journey through composition began in 2017, culminating, two years later, in the release of his first solo album – #desatino – presented live at the Fado Museum and a little by the whole country. A fresh album in terms of repertoire and arrangements, evoking some of the greatest Portuguese guitarists, and also with their own repertoire and compositions.

Bruno Chaveiro: says «This album is 'simply' a record of my compositions, my music... It is, in fact, an autobiography expressed through music, thanking everyone who was crucial to my musical and personal learning. I chose or composed each of the themes thinking about certain moments/people to whom I owe what I am».

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A concert by the charismatic Portuguese singer Ana Laíns will take place this Friday, June 4, 2021, at 9 pm, in front of the Croatian National Theater in Zagreb (Trg Republike Hrvatske 15).

This event, promoted by the Embassy of Portugal in Zagreb, in collaboration with the National Theater of Croatia, aims to commemorate the Day of Portugal, Camões and the Portuguese Communities, as well as to mark the final chapter of the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

'Mátria Lingua' is the name of an intimate performance in which the artist will be accompanied by the talented Paulo Loureiro (piano), Carlos Lopes (accordion) and Bruno Chaveiro (Portuguese guitar), taking us on a musical and poetic journey through Portugal, introducing to Fado the greatest poets of the Portuguese language.

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The Ambassador of Portugal in Croatia, Paula Leal da Silva, visited Zadar, with the purpose of, together with the Rector of the University of Zadar, Professor Doctor Dijana Vican, inaugurating an exhibition about José Saramago, the Portuguese Nobel Prize of Literature.

The exhibition will be on display at the Student Club "Božo Lerotić", from 17 to 28 May 2021 (weekdays, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.).


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