JUL 25
JUL 25
Tuesday

MARTIN MITTERRUTZNER, TENOR
MARTIN WESELY, GUITAR

 

FRANZ SCHUBERT
“Die Schöne Müllerin” D 795

 

 

 

Supported by

 

BPI | Fundação

 

 

 

JULIANE BANSE, SOPRANO
ARMIDA QUARTETT

MARTIN FUNDA, VIOLIN
JOHANNA STAEMMLER, VIOLIN
TERESA SCHWAMM-BISKAMP, VIOLA
PETER-PHILIPP STAEMMLER, CELLO

 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
String Quartet d minor, K 428

OTTORINO RESPIGHI
“Il Tramonto” for soprano and string quartet

FRANZ SCHUBERT
String Quartet a minor, D 804 “Rosamunde”

 

 

 

Supported by

 

 

 

 

 

“Cidade Lúcida”

ADRIAN STÖLZLE, DIRECTION
BENVINDO FONSECA, DANCE

 

 

The film Cidade Lúcida, by the German director Adrian Stölzle, begins by presenting Benvindo Fonseca, aged 57, as a “magical” being. And many who have seen him dance say the same. Ballet Gulbenkian’s first dancer, the Mozambican boy displayed body, talent, passion, technique and genius, all mixed up without any restraint, leaving those who saw him in a limbo between the real and the transcendent, dazed in such exuberance.

Amid the applause in Portugal and abroad, the dancer struggled with an injury that left him in permanent pain, making a superhuman effort to live up to expectations. These achievements, weaknesses, joys and disappointments are now told in this biographical film, sometimes in the first person or in the voices of friends and family who have accompanied Benvindo throughout his journey.

 

 

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