Marisa sings Amalia

Marisa sings Amalia
Photo: Miguel Angelo

Marisa is undoubtedly the greatest Portuguese singer of recent decades and is rightfully considered the heiress of the legendary Amalia Rodriguez. He visits us these days to present to the Israeli public his new show, a love song to the Queen of Fado and the cultural and national symbol of Portugal. In Israel, Marisa will join the Opera Chamber Orchestra, which will perform Amalia Rodriguez's songs with arrangements by Brazilian cellist and music producer Jacques Morlenbaum. Which, according to the production, “will surround the singer's unique voice as she emotionally performs Amalia's classics.” The baton is in the hands of Maestro Doron Solomon. It will be presented in one show on June 27.6 at Hegal Hattarbut in Tel Aviv.

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Mariza's musical career includes dozens of titles and achievements, including Grammy nominations, winning the title of “Best European World Music Artist”, sales of over one million albums, cross-continental collaborations and performances in the world's most prestigious venues. world. His unique biography influenced his hair color. Born in Mozambique to a Portuguese father and a local mother who moved to Portugal at the age of three, he grew up in neighborhoods steeped in the traditions and atmosphere of Lisbon. From a young age, her father introduced her to the Fado style to connect her to her Portuguese origins as well as other musical styles such as blues, soul, jazz, and others. Remember that “Fado” (fate in Portuguese) is Portuguese “soul” music that evokes human pain and desire. It is sad, poignant, and tugs at hearts all over the world.

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