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September 26, 2021

Ana Moura, queen of fado music, returns to Romania with two concerts

Ana Moura, one of the most talented Portuguese singers, returns to Romania after her sold-out performance two years ago. She will perform in Bucharest on February 27, at the Palace Hall, and in Cluj, on February 28, at the Polyvalent Hall. The events are part of the promoting tour of the artist’s latest album named “Moura”, launched in 2015, at the end of November. Ana Moura enjoys the reputation of a genuine queen of fado music.

“Her impressive vocal abilities seduced audiennces worldwide, and her pure voice represents a genuine reason to see her live.
Her concerts are able to create complete harmony between music and the overwhelming stage presence of the beautiful artist. Ana Moura is the youngest fado singer ever to be nominated for the Dutch music distinction Edison Award. Born in the city Santarem in Portugal, in the year 1979, Ana grew in a family of musicians that encouraged her to follow a music career. At the age of six, she performed her first fado recital”, the organizers of the concert in Cluj declared.

The artist’s portfolio includes dozens of awards, including two Golden Globes, and two Amali Awards won in 2008, when she won the “Best Female Singer” and “Best Album” trophies for “Desfado”. She performed by the side of artists such as Prince, Rolling Stones, Caetano Veloso or Herbie Hancock.
Ana Moura will perform in our country songs of her latest release “Moura”, as well as compositions well-known to the Romanian audience, such as Leva-me aos Fados, Até ao Verão or O Fado da Procura.

The world tour promoting Moura’s self titled album, already sold in over 500,000 copies solely in Portugal, will include some of the most prestigious locations in the world, such as the Olympia Hall in Paris or the Carnegie Hall in New York.

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