Zona 0 is the name of Remna Schwarz’s new album. The Guinea Bissauan-Cape Verdean singer and guitarist will present his newest work to the public this Thursday, February 28, at the Portuguese Cultural Center auditorium in Praia.
Carman Souza and her guitarist Theo Pas’cal will perform this Friday, January 18 at the Green Note in British capital London. The Portuguese-born artist of Cape Verdean descent will present Londoners with the swing of her sounds.
This Friday is not to be missed at the Bola 8 bar in Praia’s Palmarejo district, where US-based Djim Djob, considered one of Cape Verde’s best bassists, will take advantage of his vacation in his native land to give a taste of his musical voyages to the Praia pubic.
The voice and guitar of Tchida Africano will resound beginning at 10:30 tonight at Café Palkus, located in the Palace of Culture in Praia’s central Plateau district. Bossa nova, morna and jazz will be on the menu of this artist, one of the most eclectic to perform in the Cape Verdean capital.
Singer Jennifer Soledade returns to Sal to heat up the Caldeira Preta club once more. Soledade will be back on the stage at the new cultural space in the city of Espargos alongside the house band made up of Dany Pires, Palim, Ti Gil, Dani Santoz and host Mirri Lobo beginning at 11:00 pm.
Ká, Ulisses and Zé Rui will perform a traditional “tocatina” tonight at cultural space and restaurante Divin’Art, located on the road to Coculi just outside Povoação, Ribeira Grande, on the island of Santo Antão.
The auditorium at the administration building of the University of Cape Verde (UniCV) in Praia will host a lecture this Friday, November 2, entitled “Conversing with Kiki Lima about his career in the arts.” The event, in which the painter will discuss his career, is a part of the Global Entrepreneurship
São Vicente-based artista Zizi Vaz will perform this Friday, November 2, at the Divin’Art cultural space in João Dias, in Ribeira Grande valley, on the island of Santo Antão. The performance is scheduled to begin at 8:00 pm.
The Institute of Cultural Investigation and Patrimony (IIPC) will open a temporary exhibition this Thursday, National Culture Day, on “the corn cycle in Cape Verde.” The exhibition may be visited at the Praia Ethnographic Museum in the central Plateau district beginning at 10:30 am Thursday,