TEMPO de Portimão brings together "great names of national jazz" in November

TEMPO will include initiatives such as a concert by the Sax@Sul project, on November 13th, or the end of “O Palco é Teu”, on the 25th

João Mortágua (Sax@South)

TEMPO – Teatro Municipal de Portimão will receive, during the month of November, «great names of national jazz», starting with the passage of the Sax@Sul project, the end of the concerts of “O Palco é Teu”, the performance of André Rosinha Trio and another edition of “Choque Frontal ao Vivo”.

The third edition of the Sax@Sul project, which was forced to reinvent itself due to the pandemic, designing a creative proposal that unites the Algarve and Alentejo in a network of shows, will be presented this Saturday, November 13th, at 21 pm, in the small auditorium of TEMPO.

Two more unusual facets of saxophone will be revealed, with HOLI, a solo project by João Mortágua, jazz saxophonist with an already vast discography and distinguished with the Play Prize for Best Jazz Album 2020, as well as the group 2_LOW, a duo of baritone saxophone (Filipe Valentim) and bass clarinet (Vasco Valente) who will interpret works by several Portuguese composers, written specifically for the duo.

Tickets cost five euros and are available at the ticket office. online and on TIME.


André Rosinha Trio


On the 20th, at 21 pm, the André Rosinha Trio, led by the Portuguese bassist and composer André Rosinha, who is part of the projects by Salvador Sobral, Júlio Resende, and João Barradas, will take the stage at the Grand Auditorium of TEMPO.

The double bass player has played with national and international jazz protagonists, such as Mário Laginha, Greg Osby, Abe Rabade or Perico Sameat and has two albums in his own name – “Pórtico” (2017) and “Árvore” (2019) - , both distinguished by the national critics, and it will be the latter who, together with João Paulo Esteves da Silva (piano) and Marcos Cavaleiro (drums), will present in Portimão.

«This is an album basically composed of simple and free music, with space for each one to leave their own musical personality. It lives from moments of interaction between members and explores the concepts of individual and collective improvisation. The pieces are captivating and innovative, featuring influences from various musical styles, such as jazz, boleros, folk and classical music», explains the Portimão municipality.

Tickets for the concert will cost 10 euros, and are already available at the box office. online and on TIME.

Regarding concerts of “O Palco é Teu”, the third direct support project created by the Portimão Chamber to support local artists whose activity was affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, come to an end this November, with a total of 39 performances.

Thus, this Thursday, the 11th, the third edition will take place, which will feature performances by Teresa Viola, «to propose on stage a musical journey through traditional fado, with some incursions into musical fado», and by Edmundo Vieira, who will present 'Mais de mim', «album that reflects his career and where the artist offers a repertoire full of successes, demonstrating all his soul as an artist», highlights the municipality.

On the 18th, the penultimate session will have as guests Volume 2, a Portuguese pop-rock band, and DJ Carlos Peregrino, who will enliven the audience with his performance of commercial house.

Finally, on the 25th of November, the last session will take place with performances by Haja Saúde, a musical group made up of eight people, created to take care of their mental health and that of others, and by Giletes d'Aço, “who have accustomed us to yours skits comedy, but this time they present an acoustic concert, with their songs literally translated into Algarve».

The concerts will take place at 19 pm, in the small auditorium of TEMPO, and it is necessary to collect a ticket the day before the concert.


The Black Teddys


On November 17, at 21 pm, the music returns to TEMPO, with another edition of Choque Frontal ao Vivo, the program on radio Alvor FM recorded once a month in the Small Auditorium, with the public watching.

This month's guests are The Black Teddys, a band iindie rock formed in 2015 and influenced by the panorama rock e pop from the 60s to the 80s, which already had the opportunity to step on stages such as Festival F, Festa do Avante, Teatro das Figuras, Festival do Marisco, and clubs such as Sabotage, Tokyo, Texas Bar, or Bafo de Baco, among others.

Tickets are free and must be collected in advance at the TEMPO ticket office.

For more information about the schedule prepared for the coming months, please consult the website of TIME or contact 282 402 475 or 961 579 917.