© José Feitor


20 of May to 03 of June of 2022

Luca Argel will be at the Aljube Museum to present a series of musical conferences on the political history of samba. There will be three meetings open to the public, where the course of resistance to slavery, racism and inequality in Brazil over the last two centuries – a struggle to which samba is both witness and vehicle – will be on the agenda. Each day will have the participation of a special guest.


20 MAY – FRI, 19H00
Karla da Silva

27 MAY – FRI, 19H00
Nega Jaci

3 JUN – FRI, 19H00
Julio Brechó

Free entry, subject to seat availability.
Booking: inscricoes@museudoaljube.pt

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