Shows, workshops or Peddy Paper: in June, the Academia de Música de Portimão (AMP) presents several proposals so that its students can demonstrate the acquired skills, while having direct contact with audiences of different musical tastes.
The first proposal takes place on the 2nd of June, when AMP students and the children's choir of the Grupo Coral Adágio perform in the Grande Auditorium of TEMPO – Teatro Municipal de Portimão the children's opera "Let's build a city", signed by Paul Hindemith (Hanau, 1895 – Frankfurt, 1963), which educates for civics and sustainability. Two recitals are scheduled (14:30 pm and 19:30 pm) with free admission.
On the 2nd, 3rd and 4th of June, there will be a contemporary music workshop, led by Professor Carina Antunes, which will take place at the premises of Clube União Portimonense, between 10 am and 00 pm. This activity will allow the discovery of musical improvisation techniques, using electro acoustic production tools and is aimed at secondary school music students, culminating the workshop in a final presentation, to be held on the 18th of June at Clube União Portimonense, from 00 pm .
On June 7th, starting at 18:30 pm, the final audition of the AMP ensemble classes is scheduled, which will take place at TEMPO with free admission, allowing the public to learn about the work developed by the Academy throughout the 2022-2023 school year.
On the 9th of June, it will be the turn of the concert performed by the final year students of Basic and Secondary Education, with free admission, which will take place from 21:00 pm in the auditorium of the Higher School of Management, Hospitality and Tourism (ESGHT) of the local center of the University do Algarve, celebrating with the Portimon community the journey of the finalist students in the AMP.
On the 10th of June, Portugal Day, the Academy will mark the date with a concert dedicated to children scheduled for 19 pm at Alameda da República. The concert will feature the “Projecto à'Corda”, promoted by teacher Filipa Soares and composed of children between 00 and 3 years old, in an original and affective musical moment.
The month of June also features the Peddy Paper Musical scheduled for the 14th, at Quinta Pedagógica de Portimão, between 9 am and 30 pm.
In this Peddy Paper, students who attend the 5th grade of education will be able to put into practice, in a fun way, their musical knowledge, acquired in the musical training classes. 282 426 / 290 966 642.
On the 17th, at 21 pm, the Coral Adágio Group will perform in yet another concert in the auditorium of the Higher School of Management, Hospitality and Tourism (ESGHT) of the University of Algarve, this time with the group Coral Atlântico de Silves as guest.
Between the 19th and 21st of June, the Holidays at the Academy initiative will take place, where young people will have the opportunity to join the AMP Wind and Percussion Orchestra, providing moments of learning, sharing and conviviality.
This project is aimed at young musicians from specialized art schools, as well as musicians from philharmonic bands, and will take place at the AMP facilities and at Casa das Artes, between 10 am and 00 pm, ending with a concert on the 18st. , at 00:21, scheduled for the auditorium of the Museum of Portimão.
The activity is subject to prior registration, which will be free for AMP students, costing 10 euros for external music students.
The month's program will end on the 24th of June with the concert 'A Flauta no Tempo by Ernesto Vieira', scheduled for 19 pm in the ESGHT auditorium and admission is free.
In this recital, in charge of flutist Maria João Cerol and pianist João Rosa, the musical habits of Lisbon in the late 1848th and early 1915th centuries will be evoked, with the musicographer, flutist, teacher and composer Ernesto Vieira (1851-1923) as a link. and Manuel Ferreira Cardoso (XNUMX-XNUMX), a physician by profession and an amateur flutist, to whom Vieira dedicated several works.
In the month of July, between the 12th and 16th, the AMP Recorder Consort will pack their bags, heading to the Dutch city of Amsterdam to join the students of the Musiekpakhuis school, in an exchange with the flute class of teacher Teresa Mathias.
The music program prepared by AMP is part of its strategy to disseminate classical music in the municipality and has the support of the Municipality of Portimão.