Win Tickets ($70): Lucibela @ The Old Church Concert Hall | Morna, coladera
We are giving away a pair of tickets to Lucibela @ The Old Church Concert Hall on September 8. To win, comment below on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed September 6.
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September 8, 2022
Doors 7PM, Show 8PM | $30-$35 | All Ages
More info: events.humanitix.com
The Old Church Concert Hall
1422 SW 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97201
After all the creative process, the contact with the composers and the analysis of their repertoire, Lucibela was sure that The Woman would be the main subject of her second album.
AMDJER is a tribute to Cape Verdean women, but also to women in general. Here are depicted the facts of daily life, which reflect not only their sorrows, their anxieties and their challenges, but also their strength and their determination to overcome, the joy of living and the theme of love, universal to all.
Composed mostly of unreleased songs, this album brings together 12 songs by composers and authors from Cape Verde of different generations such as Nhelas Spencer, Luis Lima, Toy Vieira, Tibau Tavares, Miquinha, Elida Almeida, Ary Duarte, Daya, a former popular theme of Cape Verdean music and an unpublished bolero by Cuban composer and artist Emilio Moret.
In this second album, Lucibela makes her debut as a composer and presents two titles that were created during the pandemic.
“Ilha Formose”, is the morna written by Miquinha where the artist pays tribute to São Nicolau, the island where she was born and where she spent her childhood until the age of 6, a place of origin that she shares with the exceptional music producer Toy Vieira who had already taken over the production of her first album.
Recorded and mixed between Mindelo, Paris and the Netherlands, AMDJER presents today a different formation from the one she used in her first work based on strings. In this new production we now have piano, saxophone and bass which bring us the sound of mornas and coladeiras, mazurca, slow batuku and bolero. In her second album, Lucibela is the voice that rises breaking all the boundaries that delight the saudade.
I love their music. I want to attend a concert!
My friend, an admirer of women’s strength and promoter of women’s voices, will be visiting & I would love to take him to my favorite Portland venue!
What a powerful thing to experience. Would love to take part.
This would be such a great night 🙂