Augusto Hilário (Biographies/Musicians & Poets)
His great capacity to improvise made him a popular and sublime figure
that worked his audience into enthusiasm, having performed in a lot of places.
Beatriz da Conceição (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Like most fado singers of her generation, she began to sing in the
theatre in 1966, with special reference to songs like “Fado para esta
noite” and “John Português”.
Berta Cardoso (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Berta Cardoso is the professional name of Berta dos Santos Cardoso,
owner of professional card nº 347, in the category of ‘Dramatic Artist’.
Camané (Biographies/Fado Singers)
You may not have heard of him before, but once you've heard him sing, you'll want to hear more.
Carla Pires (Biographies/Fado Singers)
started her singing career in 1993. She
recorded several soundtracks for TV
shows and has also played roles as an
Carlos Conde (Biographies/Musicians & Poets)
A man of great talent, his pen portrayed the imaginary of Lisbon,
describing traditions, personalities, corners, dead ends, narrow
streets, festivities from the daily life of Lisbon.
Carlos do Carmo (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Carlos do Carmo was born in Lisbon. He is the son of Lucilia do Carmo,
one of the most famous female Fado singers of the XX century.
Carlos Gonçalves (Biographies/Musicians & Poets)
Nowadays, Carlos Gonçalves is a very good
interpreter as much as soloist like in accompaniment of Fado singers.
Carlos Macedo (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Carlos Macedo was born in 1946 in Lousado, Vila Nova da Famalicão, on 9
December 1946. He is a singer, musician, author, composer, as well as a
craftsman of the Portuguese guitar.
Carlos Paredes (Biographies/Musicians & Poets)
Carlos Paredes was born on February, 16th, 1925, in Coimbra. Son of Artur Paredes, an equally famous guitar player.