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Omiri close the Mural 18 cultural program developed by the municipality of Montijo

On Saturday, November 27, the municipality of Montijo is presenting a visual and musical show with Omiri, which will mark the end of the cultural program developed locally as part of this project.

Extending until December 2021, the program is being materialized in a series of events in different artistic areas, primarily outdoors, and in spaces that enhance the cultural heritage and landscape of our territory.

November 27th, 9:30pm

Omiri (music and video)

Teatro Joaquim d'Almeida, Montijo (free)

Multimedia show to close the cultural program promoted by the municipality of Montijo as part of Mural 18.

Omiri is a project by Vasco Ribeiro Casais (Dazkarieh) and Tiago Pereira (video jockey), where traditional Portuguese music is reinvented in an immersive and visual show that is also a tribute to our roots and ethnicities.

Tiago Pereira puts together videos of musicians and soundscapes that, in turn, inspire Vasco Ribeiro Casais' musical composition and improvisation.

Traditional musical practices merge here with more urban culture, mixing malhões and corridinhos, with break beat and drum'n'bass, in a kind of "electronic dance".

Free entry. The box office will open at 7.30pm on the day of the show to distribute tickets. For more information, e-mail ailopes@mun-montijo.pt and telephone 212 327 883. Organization: Montijo Town Hall.

See the full program here.  

It should be remembered that through Mural 18, which has a financial contribution of 1.5 million euros from the European Regional Development Fund - the result of an application submitted by the Lisbon Metropolitan Area and its 18 municipalities under the Lisbon 2020 Regional Operational Program - a vast cultural program is being developed, uniting cultural agents, municipalities and citizens, in defense of the artistic community and our intangible and material cultural heritage.

This initiative, which comes at a particularly delicate time for the entire cultural sector, is the result of the clear will of the Lisbon Metropolitan Area and its 18 municipalities to create a program that underlines the importance of culture in the lives of communities, and that is a clear mark of support for those who make culture their life and livelihood. 

For all these reasons, we remain wall-to-wall in our support for culture.

Updated on 26/11/2021
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