Musicians Rodrigo Amado, Angélica Salvi and João Pais Filipe will perform “an immersive concert behind closed doors” on Saturday at Planetário do Porto, which will be broadcast ‘online’, the production revealed.
The performance inside the Planetarium will be done by the three musicians improvised, following the spatial images that will be projected on the dome of the room, and everything will be transmitted live on the Internet.
According to the production, in charge of the Cão Danado structure, this concert will be marked “by a multiplicity of influences”, from ‘free jazz’ to classical music, in a free, but disciplined discourse ”.
The performance will bring together, for the first time, saxophonist Rodrigo Amado, percussionist João Pais Filipe and Spanish harpist Angélica Salvi.
Rodrigo Amado is one of the most international Portuguese saxophonists, leads the Motion Trio, integrates the Humanization Quartet and released in 2018 an album, “A history of nothing” with musicians Joe McPhee, Kent Kessler and Chris Corsano.
João Pais Filipe released in April the solo album “Sun Oddly Quiet”, apart from the work he develops with the projects HHY & The Macumbas, CZN and Paisiel.
Angélica Salvi, based in Porto, has developed work as a soloist in the Casa da Música Symphony Orchestra or with the Remix Ensemble, having edited in 2019 the album in her own name “Phantone”.
Saturday’s concert at the Planetário do Porto will be broadcast on caodanado.bol.pt/live and tickets cost two euros.