Another weekend is approaching! Get your plans done with AtWill’s help!
If you’ll be in Porto for the next days you should, first of all, join us in a tour! :) After discovering the city in the best company, enjoy the rest of your time in one of this great events that will happen! Check our suggestions and you’ll have the best time in the best city:
Casa da Música, a great cultural spot and an architectural icon in Porto, will be holding in the next few days a special program called “Open House“, in which it will be possible to see rehearsals, visit the stages – and back stages! – of concert halls and enrol in different workshops! All this will happen between January 19th to 22th and is free of charge! Don’ts miss the chance to truly discover one of the most important places in Porto!
Porto’s favourite theater, Rivoli, will be celebrating it’s 85th anniversary this Saturday! The celebration will count with 7 performances, 4 concerts, 2 installations, 1 exhibition and 1 party – all that in 9 difference venues and with 115 artists! Surely it will be great and it’s an awesome opportunity to discover Porto’s contemporary artistic production and the amazing Rivoli Theater.
On Saturday night you can enjoy a great music concert that will happen at Coliseu, another iconic concert hall in Porto: Black Mamba‘s digression arrives in town to present their second album. The band, formed by Pedro Tatanka and Miguel Casais, invited to this concert a lot of special guests, like Miguel Zambujo, Diana Martinez, Diogo Brito e Faro, Miguel Araújo and Rui Veloso. This is an unique opportunity to discover the newest and coolest Portuguese music – and they sing in English so you’ll get the lyrics! :D
And to complete a great cultural weekend, pay a visit to Serralves Museum – the most important contemporary art museum in Portugal – for a guided visit at the exhibition Joan Miró: Materialidade e Metamorfose. The visit will be in English and is organised by the Educational Sector of the museum. The exhibition is dedicated to the transformation of Miró’s work between 1924 to 1981, when he experimented with different artistic mediums like drawings, painting, collage and tapestry. The show is curated by Robert Lubar Messeri and the exhibition design was made by Álvaro Siza Vieira.
To see time schedules and prices check the museum’s page here.