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14
JUL 2024
"Porto | XI International Festival of Portuguese Polyphony"
Church of Santa Clara, Porto
19:00
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7:00 PM Concert Cupertinos
The Cupertino de Miranda Foundation launched the International Festival of Portuguese Polyphony in 2011 and it is now part of its annual programme. So, in 2024, we’ll be at the eleventh edition of the Festival, with the aims of promoting polyphonic music from the 16th and 17th centuries, but also publicising the history and architecture of the places it passes through, linked to the Baroque period.
In 2024, the Festival will be held in the cities of Coimbra (Church of the Monastery of Santa Cruz), Porto (Church of São Lourenço (Grilos) and Church of Santa Clara), Amarante (Church of São Gonçalo), Vila Nova de Famalicão (Church of the Monastery of Santa Maria de Landim) and Braga (Basilica of Bom Jesus do Monte). The full programme includes concerts by the vocal group Cupertinos and organist Yves Rechsteiner, in two concerts (Porto and Amarante, which are a reason to promote national culture.
Admission free
Find out the locations and times at www.cupertino.pt
13
JUL 2024
"Braga | XI International Festival of Portuguese Polyphony"
Bom Jesus do Monte Basilica, Braga
21:30
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9:30 PM– Concert Cupertinos
The Cupertino de Miranda Foundation launched the International Festival of Portuguese Polyphony in 2011 and it is now part of its annual programme. So, in 2024, we’ll be at the eleventh edition of the Festival, with the aims of promoting polyphonic music from the 16th and 17th centuries, but also publicising the history and architecture of the places it passes through, linked to the Baroque period.
In 2024, the Festival will be held in the cities of Coimbra (Church of the Monastery of Santa Cruz), Porto (Church of São Lourenço (Grilos) and Church of Santa Clara), Amarante (Church of São Gonçalo), Vila Nova de Famalicão (Church of the Monastery of Santa Maria de Landim) and Braga (Basilica of Bom Jesus do Monte). The full programme includes concerts by the vocal group Cupertinos and organist Yves Rechsteiner, in two concerts (Porto and Amarante, which are a reason to promote national culture.
Admission free
Find out the locations and times at www.cupertino.pt
12
JUL 2024
"Vila Nova de Famalicão | XI International Festival of Portuguese Polyphony"
Church of the Monastery of Santa Maria de Landim, Vila Nova de Famalicão
21:30
Information
7:30 PM– Concert Cupertinos
The Cupertino de Miranda Foundation launched the International Festival of Portuguese Polyphony in 2011 and it is now part of its annual programme. So, in 2024, we’ll be at the eleventh edition of the Festival, with the aims of promoting polyphonic music from the 16th and 17th centuries, but also publicising the history and architecture of the places it passes through, linked to the Baroque period.
In 2024, the Festival will be held in the cities of Coimbra (Church of the Monastery of Santa Cruz), Porto (Church of São Lourenço (Grilos) and Church of Santa Clara), Amarante (Church of São Gonçalo), Vila Nova de Famalicão (Church of the Monastery of Santa Maria de Landim) and Braga (Basilica of Bom Jesus do Monte). The full programme includes concerts by the vocal group Cupertinos and organist Yves Rechsteiner, in two concerts (Porto and Amarante, which are a reason to promote national culture.
Admission free
Find out the locations and times at www.cupertino.pt
06
JUL 2024
"Amarante | XI International Festival of Portuguese Polyphony"
São Gonçalo de Amarante Church
22:00
Information
10:00 PM– Concert Cupertinos and Yves Rechsteiner
The Cupertino de Miranda Foundation launched the International Festival of Portuguese Polyphony in 2011 and it is now part of its annual programme. So, in 2024, we’ll be at the eleventh edition of the Festival, with the aims of promoting polyphonic music from the 16th and 17th centuries, but also publicising the history and architecture of the places it passes through, linked to the Baroque period.
In 2024, the Festival will be held in the cities of Coimbra (Church of the Monastery of Santa Cruz), Porto (Church of São Lourenço (Grilos) and Church of Santa Clara), Amarante (Church of São Gonçalo), Vila Nova de Famalicão (Church of the Monastery of Santa Maria de Landim) and Braga (Basilica of Bom Jesus do Monte). The full programme includes concerts by the vocal group Cupertinos and organist Yves Rechsteiner, in two concerts (Porto and Amarante, which are a reason to promote national culture.
Admission free
Find out the locations and times at www.cupertino.pt
05
JUL 2024
"Porto | XI International Festival of Portuguese Polyphony"
São Lourenço (Grilos) Church, Porto
19:00
Information

7:00 PM– Concert Cupertinos and Yves Rechsteiner

 

The Cupertino de Miranda Foundation launched the International Festival of Portuguese Polyphony in 2011 and it is now part of its annual programme. So, in 2024, we’ll be at the eleventh edition of the Festival, with the aims of promoting polyphonic music from the 16th and 17th centuries, but also publicising the history and architecture of the places it passes through, linked to the Baroque period.

In 2024, the Festival will be held in the cities of Coimbra (Church of the Monastery of Santa Cruz), Porto (Church of São Lourenço (Grilos) and Church of Santa Clara), Amarante (Church of São Gonçalo), Vila Nova de Famalicão (Church of the Monastery of Santa Maria de Landim) and Braga (Basilica of Bom Jesus do Monte). The full programme includes concerts by the vocal group Cupertinos and organist Yves Rechsteiner, in two concerts (Porto and Amarante, which are a reason to promote national culture.

 

Admission free

Find out the locations and times at www.cupertino.pt

04
JUL 2024
"Coimbra | XI International Festival of Portuguese Polyphony"
Church of the Monastery of Santa Cruz, Coimbra
19:30
Information

7:30 PM– Concert Cupertinos 

 

The Cupertino de Miranda Foundation launched the International Festival of Portuguese Polyphony in 2011 and it is now part of its annual programme. So, in 2024, we’ll be at the eleventh edition of the Festival, with the aims of promoting polyphonic music from the 16th and 17th centuries, but also publicising the history and architecture of the places it passes through, linked to the Baroque period.

In 2024, the Festival will be held in the cities of Coimbra (Church of the Monastery of Santa Cruz), Porto (Church of São Lourenço (Grilos) and Church of Santa Clara), Amarante (Church of São Gonçalo), Vila Nova de Famalicão (Church of the Monastery of Santa Maria de Landim) and Braga (Basilica of Bom Jesus do Monte). The full programme includes concerts by the vocal group Cupertinos and organist Yves Rechsteiner, in two concerts (Porto and Amarante, which are a reason to promote national culture.

 

Admission free

Find out the locations and times at www.cupertino.pt