Antonio Zambujo Tickets
The Judy & Arthur Zankel Hall at the Carnegie facility is welcoming one of Fado genre’s rising stars. Antonio Zambujo, who has expanded the scope of this musical genre from the early nineteenth century, has been able to successfully establish a male stronghold in what used to be a female-dominated genre. Listen to some of his signature musical styles that constitute of the Canto Alentejano, a genre of his hometown Beja that can be heard in all his sounds. With this performance audiences are provided with the opportunity to offer their listening palette with something different and intriguing. If this showcase has sparked your interest, then you are advised to purchase Antonio Zambujo tickets as soon as you can
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Born in the small town of Beja, located in Portugal, Zambujo grew up around Alentejo music, where he was able to capture the harmonies of the singers created through the tempo of the process and sentences. Influencing him since he was only eight, Zambujo started learning how to play the clarinet soon after which he was able to make his debut at Baixo Alentejo Regional Conservatory while still in his teenage years. During this time, musicians at the conservatory exposed him to melodious voices of Fado singers such as Maria Teresa de Noronha, Amalia Rodrigues, Joao Ferreira Rosa and Alfredo Joiner. With this exposure, Zambujo developed a keen liking for Fado music and started studying this particular genre, which comprises of tunes that follow a certain structure mainly linked with symbolizing longing or saudade, meaning loss.
Initially singing for his family and close friends, Zambujo decided he wanted to establish a professional career in music and with his luggage and clarinet made his way to Lisbon. Here Zambujo was able to join Mario Pacheco’s Clube do Fado located in the Alfama district. Spending substantial amount of time playing instruments such as the Portuguese guitar and his clarinet, the artist also started working on creating his debut release. The year 2002 marked the release of Zambujo’s debut studio album named "O mesmo Fado" which became an instant hit, playing incessantly on all the local radios. During this time, the artist was also seen making his way to theatre, working in Filipe La Feria’s musical Amalia. Playing the lead role of Amalia’s husband from 2002 to 2006, Zambujo was first seen performing locally at the Politeama Theatre with the cast after which he travelled throughout the country.
While on these tours, Zambujo decided to perfect the art of playing Ocarina, a German vessel flute that comprises of an enclosed space attached with a mouthpiece and four to twelve holes, after being inspired from the musical releases of singers Mario Rainho and Jose Luis Gordo. Later on in 2003, Zambujo went on to winning the award presented by Radio Nova FM for Best New Voice of Fado after which the artist was seen performing seamlessly throughout Portugal, Paris, Toronto, Santander, Zagreb and Sarajevo.
The year 2004 saw the artist’s sophomore studio release named "Por meu Cante" which showcased the artist going back to his original Alentejo roots. The themes that the singer picked for his songs were recovered from the Songbook Beja which he was successfully able to blend with modern Fado music. The result of such experimentation was massively positive as he received an invitation by the Foundation Calouste Gulbenkian to perform at London’s Atlantic Waves Festival. This invitation was followed by two more, which led to the artist making his way to the Festa do Fado in Castelo Sao Jorge and Avante, a tribute concert held in the honor of Alain Oulman. During this time, Zambujo was also presented with the 2006 award for Best Male Performer of Fado given by the Amalia Rodrigues Foundation.
The following years saw three more releases; "Outro Sentido" in 2007, "Guia" in 2010 and his most recent album "Quinto" released in 2012. Touring throughout Europe, Sweden, France, Norway, Holland and Austria, the artist embarked on his first Canadian and American tour in 2011. Becoming a part of some of the most renowned music festivals throughout the world that include World Music Sines, Festival Med Festival, Feast of Fado, Festival Nuits de Fourvier and Festival dos Oceanos amongst countless others, Antonio Zambujo’s music is appreciated throughout the globe’s four corners.
Avail the opportunity of witnessing this legendary Fado singer perform some of his sounds influenced by Brazilian and Southern Portugal music by buying Antonio Zambujo tickets today.
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