“It’s not one, it’s two,” an original idea by Fernando Alvim, represents no small thing – two concerts in one night with a difference: one of the performances will always be a risk; new blood, something fresh and vibrant that possibly a lot of people have never heard of. The other the audience will know already, has already sang in the bathtub, but will never cease to have that freshness that we pursue so much and that we want to be dominant.
Samuel Úria is well known in Portugal and presents his solo show to kick off the double bill of music. Face-to-face, word-for-word with the audience, his concert is based on the songs of “The Great Fear of the Little World” Which will also evolve some of the most important themes of his previous albums – “Stubborn,” “Do not Bark My Coffin,” or “Barbarella and Barba Rala,” will coexist with the latest “Espasha Brasas,” “In Case of Fire,” or “Lenço Enxuto”. And although he’s solo, he’s never alone. Because whoever brings us songs like those that Samuel Úria composes, he will never be alone.