Magna Terra Virtual by João Cágado
19 May 2020, 9:00pm
This performance has a popular Portuguese inspiration, with special influence from Alentejo’s tradition. It incorporates sound elements of this tradition, creating landscapes and image textures alluding to Alentejo, its rurality, in which the stories told by grandparents from an early age fascinate and populate the collective imagination.
Seeds, herds, crops, work and love are part of these stories, and seasons, four natural elements, people and customs, refer to the gone days of the plain, beautiful and rugged.
All of this is materialized in today’s reality, from an urban and more current point of view, and appears in the lyric of these songs, representing the origins of their creators.
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