She began her career in Holland, with Cristina Branco in Holland (1997), which became a success in that country. In the following years, Cristina’s name exploded, with sold-out dates in countless cities. Her following works, Murmúrios (1998) and Post-Scriptum (2000) reinforced this momentum.
It was only at the turn of the millennium, with albums like Sensus (2003), that Cristina Branco began to be discovered by the Portuguese public. These were followed by Abril (2007), an album with cover versions of songs by José Afonso, and the iconic Fado Tango (International Version) (2011), which features collaborations with renowned portuguese authors. The album foreshadows Cristina’s artistic rebirth that would arrive with Menina.
Considered Best Album of the Year by the Portuguese Author Society, Menina (2016) is part of a trilogy that includes the jovial Branco (2018) and Eva (2020). In these, Cristina brings together unusual collaborations which result in an innovative interpretation of Fado. Eva reveals Cristina Branco’s intimate depth in ten songs. Since its release, the album has sold-out shows in countries all over Europe.
Friday 29 September ( Additional dates: )
Admission19:00 On stage19:30
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This is a picnic event, or as we like to call is: Picnic theater. That means that you may bring your own food and drinks to the event.
It doesn’t matter what you bring – take-away pizza at one table is followed by oysters and caviar at the next. Bring what you feel like, and don't forget to bring glasses and cuttlery!
Please note that you may not bring food if you have tickets for the balcony, only drinks and snacks.
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