culture. Le Petit-Paris presents an evening dedicated to Portugal, Saturday, January 27, from 6:30 p.m. The program of this event consists of two parts, a Fado concert with Biveinda, then a screening of a film related to the theme and in his presence. Author Frédéric Tochard. A writer, director, and lover of Portugal, he was the first to think of presenting his latest novel, “Lisbon Andante.” One thing led to another and the idea of organizing a Portuguese Fado evening came up. So, it will be around seven in the evening, with the screening of a 52-minute film made in 1997 called “Novo Fado”, which sparks new interest in this musical genre, and then with a Biveinda concert that will pay tribute to this musical genre. Major musical instrument in secondary mode. In the meantime, the writer will present some excerpts from his novel “Lisbon, Andante.” Like the “Lisboet Fado” night, Biveinda will take breaks during her party, taking the time to have a drink and talk about Portugal in general, and Fado in particular. “Bemvindos a todos!”
Bfinda was born in Portugal but has lived in France since she was two years old. She sang first in French, then in Portuguese from the 1990s, inspired by fado, but also by the music she encountered during her travels in Asia or North Africa. She calls herself an “international fado” singer.