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World Music Festival

The “Festival Outros Sons” is a new bet by the Municipality of Campo Maior to bring music from other places of the world to the community!

In 2023, Outros Sons will take place on June 16th, 17th and 18th, in several places in Campo Maior and includes 4 different concerts.

He was born in Beja.

He is a singer, composer and Middle Eastern lute player (Oud), self-taught musician and multi-instrumentalist, also playing viola, flute, Moroccan Gambry, Tunisian Zukra and African instruments.

He has recorded 11 discs and performed Concerts in Portugal, Belgium, Malta, Germany, Bulgaria, Italy, Spain – Otôno Sefardi Festival and International Sefardi Music Festival in Córdoba, Festival de Musica Sefardi Tajo Internacional in Valencia de Alcantara and in Morocco in the “Festival Internacional Des Cordes Pincées” in Rabat and in the “Festival Internacional das Músicas Sagradas do Mundo de Fez”.

In Portugal at the Guitar Festival of Lagoa, Faro and Fundão, Festival of Ancient Music Castelo Novo, Dias Da Música at the Centro Cultural de Belém, Museu do Fado, Fundação Oriente among others. He accompanied with the lute the great Palestinian Poet Mahmoud Darwich reciting poetry at Mosteiro da Arrábida and Centro Cultural de Cascais.

Presently he plays Medieval Galician-Portuguese Music, Arabic Music, Sephardic Music and Traditional Portuguese Songs and sings some of the great Portuguese Poets with his own music.

The best of Cuban and Latin American music, in a Cuban duo of excellent musicians.
Boleros, Cha-Cha-Cha, Son, Bachata, Mambo… in the wonderful voice of José Debray who accompanies her brilliantly on guitar, to the contagious rhythm and percussion of Osvaldo Pegudo.
Musicians of reference in their area in our country, make this concert a show to enjoy the Latin rhythms, taking us to travel in time and space, without leaving Portugal.

Acetre is a Spanish folk music group from Extremadura.
It was formed in 1976 in the town of Olivença, Badajoz, a meeting point between Portuguese and Extremaduran culture. Combining influences from perantonis, arvolás, pindongos, verde-gaios, fados and corridinhos in the same project, Acetre have become a reference in traditional music from Extremadura. They made their recording debut nine years later, in 1985, with the album “Extremadura en la frontera”.

They took part in numerous festivals and traditional music meetings, as well as in radio and television programmes. They were also part of the soundtrack of the animated film “La leyenda del unicornio” and the short film “Cualquier tiempo pasado”.

Os Luzia was born in 2023 with a deep desire to bring joy, emotion and good feelings to the public.

This project respects and seeks to value the music of the Traditional Portuguese Songbook, drawing inspiration from this legacy that past generations have left us, to create new harmonies in new songs.

It is through the mixture of traditional and modern instruments that her musicians incorporate their various musical influences into their compositions, so that Luzia can share her art and her passion.