Ana Moura

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With her soulful and riveting interpretation of her land’s captivating fado style, Portuguese singer Ana Moura has become a leading exponent of this poetic, deeply expressive idiom which personifies the Portuguese psyche as it explores such universal themes as lost love, separation, and longing.  In Portugal she is revered as THE fado voice of her generation.                                                                                              

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Visions of Sound (April 2021)

Every month, we bring you a collection of the best world music-related videos. That’s our way to give value to too often overlooked, rich and diverse artistic expressions. Listen with your eyes! Watch the full playlist:

Artists: Adekunle Gold , Alsarah And Nubatones , Ana Moura , Daniel Haaksman , Dj Dolores , El Remolón , Gary Bartz , ILe , Jaubi , Jupiter & Okwess , Little Simz , Lorenzo BITW , Philippe Cohen Solal , Tony Allen

Visions of Sound (March 2021)

Every month, we bring you a collection of the best world music-related videos. That’s our way to give value to too often overlooked, rich and diverse artistic expressions. Listen with your eyes! Watch the full playlist:

Artists: Alfa Mist , Ana Moura , Angelique Kidjo , Baianasystem , Balkan Taksim , Blinky Bill , BLK JKS , Branko , Dobet Gnahore , Heavy Baile , Joao Selva , Les Mamans du Congo , Magugu , Masayoshi Fujita , Matata , Natalia Lafourcade , Pascuala Ilabaca , Rrobin , Yemi Alade

Daily Discovery: Ana Moura, Branko & Conan Osíris – Vinte Vinte (Pranto) [Official Video]

‘Vinte Vinte (Pranto)’ is the new collaborative single by Portuguese musicians Ana Moura, Branko and Conan Osiris.   In the video, the three artists meet in Alfama to lead a funeral procession through the alleys of the old Lisbon neighbourhood and pay “an homage to everyone who lived through the…

Artists: Ana Moura , Branko , Conan Osiris

Preview: La Linea Festival (London, 17th – 28th April 2016)

As it’s happening since 2001, for ten days in April, London sounds and plays Latino. The responsibility rests on ¡COMO NO! which, 15 years ago, started to organise one of the most chéveres Festivals of the London music scene. La Linea has indeed brought to the British capital some of the finest,…

Artists: A Guy Called Gerald , Adanovsky & Xavi y Los Imanes , Ana Moura , Ariwo , Baloji , Calexico , Chico Trujillo , Criolo , Daymé Arocena , La Yegros


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