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Joana Espadinha · Ninguém nos vai tirar o Sol
Joana Espadinha · Ninguém nos vai tirar o Sol
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  • Ninguém Nos Vai Tirar O Sol is the title of Joana Espadinha's new album and also the name of one of her singles. After taking us dancing to a pop ball three years ago with O Material Tem Sempre Razão, she now returns with the same musical assertiveness – even if the irony is decipherable in a set of lyrics where elegance in detail stands out. Songs like "Astronauta", "Um Sentimento" or "Quem Me Dera Saber Que Sou Feliz" are proof of that. The premiere at Casa da Música celebrates this latest work but we never forget songs like "Leva-me A Dançar" or "Pensa Bem" and many others from previous albums. The true pop is the star of the concert – shaking our hips and activating the emotional circulation this night is mandatory. And all this to the sound of Joana Espadinha's strong, crystalline, emancipated and seductive voice.

     


    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Casa da Música implemented the following safety measures:
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    • Hand hygiene;
    • Compliance with social distancing rules.

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    We reinforced our hygiene plan, particularly in the disinfection of surfaces and objects (sanitary facilities, counters, handrails, door handles, switches), and in the ventilation of spaces with greater circulation of people.