Ferragudo welcomes the 3rd Charity Christmas Choral Concert this November featuring ‘Adágio’ and ‘Ideias do Levante’ choral groups

The event will bring quality choral music to Ferragudo and contribute to the local Support Centre for the Elderly and to Fábrica da Igreja

– November 10, 2023 | Photo Getty Images Signature

The 3rd Charity Christmas Choral Concert, organised by Ideias do Levante Cultural Association and Ferragudo’s parish council, will bring the true Christmas spirit to Ferragudo’s Igreja Matriz Church this November 26 (Sunday) at 5pm.

In support of those in need, entries to the show will be made through a donation to Ferragudo’s Support Centre for the Elderly, and Ferragudo’s Fábrica da Igreja.

Both choral groups have been contributing to the local cultural scene, with events such as Portimão Choir Meeting and Lagoa Choral Week.

The Ideias do Levante Choir was founded in 1996 as part of the Ideias do Levante Association and is currently directed by Maria Saramago. The choir has performed in various parts of the Iberian Peninsula and organises various events throughout the year, including the Lagoa Choral Week. Every Wednesday, it rehearses in CEFLA, in Lagoa, from 8pm to 10pm.

The Adágio choral group was founded in Portimão in September 1989 and currently has around 30 members under the artistic direction of António Alves Alferes Pereira. Its main objective has always been to promote quality choral music, through a very varied repertoire. The group has been organising the Portimão Choir Meeting, in collaboration with the City Council, since 1994.

The concert is recommended for people aged six and over and is limited to the existing capacity.

To reserve your place in advance, fill in an online form at www.ideiasdolevante.info/reservas

On the day of the concert, donations – cash or essential goods – can be delivered to the church.

For more information, contact Ideias do Levante on 282 380 053, from Monday to Friday (except public holidays), from 9.30am to 12.30pm and from 2.30pm to 5.30pm.

Article originally published on Portugal Resident.

Author: Inside Magazines

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