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Centro Cultural de Belém

Gulbenkian Orchestra, Katia Guerreiro, David Alan Miller, Evelyn Glennie

Fantastic Voyage

31 July 2015 

Schedule: 9PM


Main Auditorium

Age: +6
Duration: 1 hour 35 mins with an interval


    Orchestra Seats 27,5 €
    1st Stalls  25 €
    2nd Stalls 22,5 €
    Laterals  20 €
    Reduced Mobility 20 €
    Central Boxes 25 €
    Lateral Boxes 22,5 €
    Lateral Circle  15 €
    1st Circle 17,5 €
    2nd Circle  12,5 €
    Balconies  10 €

    discount for under 25 years and over 65 (only for tickets comprising 2nd Stalls and Lateral Circle)


The closing concert of the 41st edition of the Estoril Lisboa Festival brings together the Gulbenkian Orchestra, the fado singer Katia Guerreiro and three winners of the Grammy awards, the conductor David Alan Miller, the percussionist Evelyn Glennie (both of whom were awarded Grammies in 2014), and the American composer Michael Daugherty, who won his award in 2013.

The première in Portugal of Dreamachine for percussion and orchestra (a work composed by Michael Daugherty, 2014), is joined by the fado of Katia Guerreiro and the majestic work The Fall of Constantinople by the Turkish-American composer Kamran Ince. A fantastic voyage through worlds and histories that intersect in time, performed on the CCB stage by the Gulbenkian Orchestra.

David Alan Miller conductor
Evelyn Glennie percussion
Katia Guerreiro vocals

Michael Dauhherty
Dreamachine para percussão e orquestra
Kamran Ince The Fall of Constantinopla (A Queda de Constantinopla)

Production | UAU

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