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Highlights

Pedro Burmester plays Schubert, Chopin and Beethoven at Bairro da Pasteleira

18th of June - Pedro Burmester with Luís Duarte and Pedro Borges, choreography by Mónica Baptista – pieces by Schubert, Chopin and Beethoven - Associação de Moradores do Bairro Social da Pasteleira - Previdência/Torres, Porto – 5:00pm

As part of the program "Cultura em Expansão", developed by Porto city hall, pianist Pedro Burmester along with two of his students Luís Duarte and Pedro Borges, will play pieces of three great composers Schubert, Chopin and Beethoven.

Orquestra Jazz de Matosinhos (re)view on Sério Godinho’s music

19th of June - Orquestra Jazz de Matosinhos invites Sérgio Godinho - Sala Suggia da Casa da Música, Porto – 9:00pm

Sérgio Godinho’s songs are a rare phenomenon on Portuguese folk music due to their quality and the symbolism that lies behind them. The singer-composer has managed to bring together different generations with his brilliant songs: politically charged in some cases, beautiful love songs in others. With arrangements by Orquestra Jazz de Matosinhos this will be a concert not to be missed.

Laginha and Burmester – two pianos concert at Auditório de Espinho

25th of June - Mário Laginha and Pedro Burmester, concerto for two pianos - Festival Internacional de Música de Espinho, Auditório da Academia de Música de Espinho – 10:00pm

More than 20 years ago, Mário Laginha and Pedro Burmester brought together their musical preferences, experiences and mutual love for taking risks and began a collaboration that has lasted to this day, with an album edited (Duetos, 1994) and many concerts both in Portugal as abroad. The repertoire of this concert in Espinho includes a new piece by pianist and composer João Paulo Esteves da Silva, a piano Sonata for two pianos by Mário Laginha and pieces by Claude Debussy, Aaron Copland, Bach, Pixinguinha and Maurice Ravel. Bernardo Sassetti’s music will also feature in the program.