One of the most significant vocals in the world, the greatest Portuguese star Dulce Pontes will have a big concert for the first time on the 20th March in Sava Center in Belgrade within the XIX Guitar Art Festival.
At the Belgrade concert, Dulce Pontes will be celebrating 30 years long and fruitful career and she will perform, besides the well-known hits, some of the new songs from the current album “Peregrinacao”. The tickets are on sale at Sava Center and all other sale places of the Eventim.rs network.
Dulce Pontes is one of the most acknowledged Portuguese artist with 9 recorded albums sold in over million copies and many compilation editions. The audience all around the world recognizes her by her famous cover of the song ‘’Canção do mar’’ – that has become the most covered Portuguese song of all time. During her career, she has collaborated with Cesária Évora, José Carreras, Carlos Núñez, Georgios Daralas, Andrea Bocelli, Ennio Morricone and many other.
With her album "Lagrimas" Dulce Pontes reveals fado once again in the moment when everyone forgot about it and the new generation of musicians are not taking interest for it. This album remained as one of the most selling albums of all time in Portugal. The newly acquired popularity of fado cannot be imagined without the contribution of the great Portuguese diva Dulce Pontes. She connects the traditional fado with the contemporary styles and searches for new forms. Her music is inspired not only by Iberian musical tradition but also Arabic, African and Brazilian sound.
The collaboration with the legendary composer Ennio Morricone is rounded up on the album” Focus” - a joint album signed by both authors. The album has become a major success as well as the next double CD ’’A brisa do coração’’ recorded live in the Colosseum in Porto. Dulce releases the new and current album in 2017 “Peregrinacao”, the song “Meu Amor sem Aranjuez” has stood up from it.
Dulce Pontes is the winner of many international awards, such as “Amigo” award for the best performer of Latino music and the international award “Tenco”, following the prestigious award “Maria Carta” and “Microfono de oro’’.