Love unto Death: The BRAZILIAN origins of the Fado
A sarau (soirée) of the Portuguese-Brazilian modinhas and lundus, which became a craze in 18th century Lisbon, and which are held as origins of the Portuguese Fado. Part of this repertoire has recently come to light and PHOENIX is a pioneer of its performance in Israel.
Works by Joaquim Manuel da Câmara, Antonio da Silva Leite, Marcos Portugal and Xisto Bahia, and pieces transmited by oral tradition.
Macarena Lopez Lavin - soprano
Joca Perpignan (Brazil) - baritone and percussion
Omer Schonberger – baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog (Brazil) - rabeca, viola da gamba,musical direction.