see this Thursday’s schedule

see this Thursday’s schedule
see this Thursday’s schedule

The artists from Pará were the main attractions of the musical performances, on the second night of the 1st Bienal de Artes de Belém, held yesterday at Aldeia Cabana David Miguel, in the Pedreira neighborhood. Among them, the singer Dona Onete and the sound system Crocodilo stirred the audience, who also cheered with the singer Gretchen, who adopted Pará as her new home.

The event, which is organized by the Municipality of Belém (PMB), continues until next Sunday (25), with cultural programming available in 28 places in the city such as Ver-O-Rio, Praças da República and Waldemar Henrique, Centur, between others.

The first major attraction of the night at Aldeia Cabana was the artist Dona Onete. Sitting in a sumptuous armchair in the middle of the stage, she stirred the large audience present with her mix of regional rhythms. “There’s no way not to like Dona Onete, because she represents a lot of our popular culture in Pará. I moved here from work, and I don’t regret this great show,” said Cibelle Ribeiro, 34, a teacher.

The excitement of the second night of the Bienal de Artes de Belém was also due to the singer Gretchen, who, despite not being from Pará, considers herself as a native of the land, since she has been based in the city since she married the saxophonist Esdras de Souza. “I am already a Paraense at heart, not only because I am married to Esdras, but because I embrace the culture of Pará. Therefore, it will be a pleasure to stir up this audience that also embraced me with affection”, declared the artist.

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CROCO

One of the great attractions, including one of the reasons for the capacity of Aldeia Cabana, was the presentation of the Crocodile sound system, which recently participated in Rock In Rio. “There is nothing that represents the culture of Pará more than the sound systems, which have been successful even internationally. I’m a regular at the sound system parties in Belém, and when I found out I was going to have Crocodile, I got organized to come because I know it’s going to stir the crowd,” said Patrick Lemos, 36, a painter.

Present at the event, Mayor Edmilson Rodrigues highlighted the importance of the 1st Bienal de Artes de Belém, which is not limited to musical performances in Aldeia Cabana, but with cultural programs in other parts of the city, such as the Festa Literária de Belém (Flibe) held at the Centur, from 9 am to 9 pm.

“There was a lack of cultural events in our city, even before the pandemic. Now, with the resumption of activities, management is committed to promoting art and culture, as it values ​​our artists and promotes citizenship. So, that people can enjoy all the Bienal programming that is spread out in various parts of the city until the next 25th”, declared the mayor.

The Bienal’s musical program continues, on Thursday night (22), at Aldeia Cabana David Miguel, starting at 7pm. Among the attractions, there are the singer Nelson Chaves, the band Mastodontes and national artists such as the mandolinist Hamilton Holanda and the Maranhão Zeca Baleiro, who performs the final show of the night.


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