The show, starring actor Vitor de Sousa and harpist Emanuela Nicoli will be broadcast on Facebook.
Tavira marks the arrival of spring, next March 20th, at 21:30, with a recital of poetry and harp by actor Vitor de Sousa and harpist Emanuela Nicoli, via Facebook of the Municipality.
The event will be an ode of exaltation to the telluric elements, beauty, love and poetry, expressed in the lyricism of this new cycle of renewal.
Vitor de Sousa finished his theater course, in 1967, at the Theater School of the National Conservatory. However, his debut as an actor occurred in 1965. He was part of several companies, namely Teatro Estúdio de Lisboa, Casa da Comédia, Teatro do Gerifalto (founding core), Grupo de Acção Teatral, Teatro Experimental de Cascais, and the São Luiz Theatre Company.
He came to television in 1974 when he was part of the RTP Theater Company based at Maria Matos Theater. Later, in 1979, he returned to comedy, where he again worked with great names of Portuguese culture, including Nicolau Breyner and Herman José, ending up having a long collaboration on television with the latter.
In the last decades he has worked mainly in television: in series, soap operas, and entertainment programs.
He has also been present in cinema and his professional activity has extended to radio. She has also participated in many shows of Portuguese poetry, having recorded some records of declamation.
Emanuela Nicoli was born in Florence (Italy) and studied harp at the Luigi Cherubini Conservatory. She has attended several courses to perfect this musical instrument, having won the Riviera della Versilla National Competition (1997) and the Rovere d' Oro International Competition (1999).
In 2006 he completed the annual Professional Qualification Course for Orchestra teacher "Progetto Palcoscenico" at the Teatro Comunale del Maggio Fiorentino.
Currently, he performs in Camera formation and in Orchestra. Between 2009 and 2015, he was harpist with the Orchestra of the North (Amarante-Portugal), collaborated with the Metropolitan Orchestra of Lisbon and the Metropolitan Academic Orchestra of Lisbon, and participated in the Angelicus Duo at the invitation of soprano Filipa Lopes.
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