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It's much more than just listening to live Fado. It's an opportunity to really get to know this living cultural heritage, so precious to the Portuguese people.
The Fado na Baixa small and intimate auditorium was built specifically for a truthful and premium acoustic Fado experience. It holds simultaneous translation technology which allows the live show to contain some multimedia content translated in English and French.
Don't miss the surprise for all our customers in the end of the show: passion or tradition?...
Meet a collective of professional Fado artists who share a passion for Traditional Fado. This style, considered the art of Fado, combines all the aesthetics and authenticity of this music genre.
Before the concert, at 17:30, you will have the opportunity to talk with the musicians. They will explain you the different styles that are usually played in Fado concerts with musical examples and why the traditional style is the most artistic one.
Before the concert, you'll be offered a Port or sparkling wine, as you prefer.
At the concert you won't hear mainstream setlists or any other styles like "Marchas de Lisboa" or Folk Music, often called as Fado for tourists or comercial Fado. It's the only concert in Porto fully dedicated to authentic and artistic Fado.
Silence at the concert is required.
Music will be played by a typical trio: a "Fadista" (term for Fado singer), a classical guitar player and a Portuguese guitar player.
You will hear 9-10 Fados and 2 instrumentals songs.
Sample Port wine where it is made with this tour and tasting at Porto Calem Cellars. Learn about Port production from the vineyard to the glass through a museum, winery tour, and guided tasting of white Port and Tawny Port. Hear stories about how wine traditions and new technologies are balanced in local winemaking.
Alto Douro Wine Region is certainly one of the oldest demarcated regions in the world. In 1756, Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo, Secretary General of the Kingdom, created the Alto Douro Vineyard Agriculture Company, thus demarcating the best vineyards in the region, certifying them as suitable for the production of the much appreciated wines abroad, ensuring thus its exceptional quality and protecting our exports, common practice in an enlightened and mercantilist Europe like that of the 17th and 18th centuries.
We are therefore talking about a journey through local and national history that stimulates the senses through unique landscapes, unforgettable flavors, and local traditions that are lost in time.
Tour included in the Laurus Nobilis Music festival, with access to the restaurant and leisure area (Does not include admission to paid concerts).
Visit the Camilo Castelo Branco museum house in a minivan.
Visit to a farm producing green wines with wine tasting.