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A violin in the Fado

In March 2010, invited by the Macau Chinese Orchestra, the project “Um Violino no Fado” had the honor to travel to Macau to participate in the program “Charm of Portugal”, a concert commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Portuguese presence in the Orient.

The fado “Com que Voz” one of the pieces from "Um Violino no Fado” had the honor as well of being part of the Book/CD “FADO PORTUGAL, 200 YEARS OF FADO”, released in September 2011 by the publisher SevenMuses.

In November 2011, Natalia joined Camané, Maria Amelia Proença and Ricardo Ribeiro, a cast of great singers who performed at the 6th Gala Amália, it was on this very day that Fado was added to Unesco’s list of World’s Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Natalia’s album was officially released in December 2011, in the Museum of Fado in Lisbon and is now available in stores and on-line. The feedback of the public was so good, that she was invited to perform in many concerts and major events such as her recent solo concert for the President of Poland, during his last official visit to Portugal.

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