• 5 September 2019

    LAGOA WINE FEST

    From June 20th to 22nd, the Algarve Wine Festival event was held. With free admission, late afternoon, in this wine region marked by gastronomy and fado: Gizela João, Maria Emília and Marco Rodrigues (from the Adega Machado / Fado & Food Group cast) performed. Fado, a genre originally from Lisbon, is gaining more and more […]

    From June 20th to 22nd, the Algarve Wine Festival event was held.

    With free admission, late afternoon, in this wine region marked by gastronomy and fado: Gizela João, Maria Emília and Marco Rodrigues (from the Adega Machado / Fado & Food Group cast) performed.

    Fado, a genre originally from Lisbon, is gaining more and more national expression.

  • 5 September 2019

    AMAR AMÁLIA – 20 YEARS OF “SAUDADE”

    Amália Rodrigues has broadened Fado’s horizons, opened paths, opened hearts that not only those here, also abroad. The name and fame of this artist considered by many to be the Diva still resonates. To honor her, in Altice Arena, Lisbon, artists from different musical areas gather: Dulce Pontes, Simone de Oliveira, Paulo de Carvalho, Amor […]

    Amália Rodrigues has broadened Fado’s horizons, opened paths, opened hearts that not only those here, also abroad. The name and fame of this artist considered by many to be the Diva still resonates.

    To honor her, in Altice Arena, Lisbon, artists from different musical areas gather:

    Dulce Pontes, Simone de Oliveira, Paulo de Carvalho, Amor Electro, Marco Rodrigues (from the Adega Machado / Fado & Food Group cast) and Vanessa da Mata.

  • 5 September 2019

    CLUBE DE FADO, NEW LIFE

    Big news, the Clube de Fado in Alfama has gained another breath. The Fado & Food Group comprises historic establishments dedicated to the universe of Lisbon’s urban song. The Clube de Fado thus joins now the other Fado Houses of the Group: Bairro Alto, Café Luso (1927) and Adega Machado (1937); in the Alcântara District, […]

    Big news, the Clube de Fado in Alfama has gained another breath.

    The Fado & Food Group comprises historic establishments dedicated to the universe of Lisbon’s urban song.

    The Clube de Fado thus joins now the other Fado Houses of the Group: Bairro Alto, Café Luso (1927) and Adega Machado (1937); in the Alcântara District, Timpanas (1961). The cultural roots of this oral tradition, Fado, have always been associated with national gastronomy. The Fado & Food Group’s mission is to preserve and innovate on the historical legacy of fado houses.

    The Fado & Food Group is therefore guardian of the future of the Clube de Fado.

    People, the strength of Fado & Food Group. You may count with the same staff welcoming at Clube de Fado.

  • 5 September 2019

    FLAMENCO HEART IN THE HEART OF LISBON

    The 12th edition of the Flamenco Festival in Lisbon is held. No wonder, so many are caught up in flamenco, music and dance. Each edition intensifies the desire for the art of flamenco. In terms of sounds, not new, it meets Fado. As for the poster (see here), a must to watch and see (stand […]

    The 12th edition of the Flamenco Festival in Lisbon is held. No wonder, so many are caught up in flamenco, music and dance.

    Each edition intensifies the desire for the art of flamenco.

    In terms of sounds, not new, it meets Fado.

    As for the poster (see here), a must to watch and see (stand out Dorantes!).

  • 14 July 2019

    GREAT FESTIVAL OF THE PORTUGUESE GUITAR IN OEIRAS

    In its history, the house of fado Café Luso recalls the innumerable performances of Edgar Nogueira. For years the press gave him the epithet “Paganini da Guitarra Portuguesa”. Many believe he deserves it. On July 27 will perform with Nélson Aleixo (viola de fado at Adega Machado), Max Ciuro (viola bass) and fado singers Isabel […]

    In its history, the house of fado Café Luso recalls the innumerable performances of Edgar Nogueira. For years the press gave him the epithet “Paganini da Guitarra Portuguesa”. Many believe he deserves it.

    On July 27 will perform with Nélson Aleixo (viola de fado at Adega Machado), Max Ciuro (viola bass) and fado singers Isabel Noronha (Adega Machado) and José da Câmara.