Capicua

Madrepérola

Capicua

© André Tentúgal

October

2421.00hSat

Teatro RivoliRIVOLI Grand Auditorium

Music
Price 12€ 
Duration 1.15h 
Age >6
After intense years of concerts, with repertoire of previous albums, Capicua makes a reset and begins a new tour, with a new album, new formation and new scenario. Madrepérola comes to renew the repertoire, but above all the spirit of the rapper's performance. The idea is to play the full record, talking about each theme carefully, like a guided tour of a new home. Being an album of songs with many guest voices and much more danceiness, it requires that this energy be realized on stage. Thus, in addition to the musicians who usually accompany her (D-One, Virtus, Luís Montenegro and Sérgio Alves), Capicua will be flanked by two singing voices (Inês Pereira and Joana Raquel), to do justice to the musicality of the new themes and open new possibilities for discovering the old repertoire, with the reinvention of old themes. Visually, the performance gains a new identity, with lots of light, textures and brightness, alluding to the iridescence of mother of pearl and the polychrome of underwater charms. It is undoubtedly a new era that begins, full of vital energy and poetry converted to music.


CAPICUA was born in Porto in the 80's, discovers Hip Hop culture in the 90's (first by graffiti and then by music), from mere listener to rapper's apprentice in the 00's. A sociologist with training, she considers herself a militant rapper and is known for her expert, emotional and politically engaged writing. With a vast discography, already has a solid track in the panorama of Lusophone music: two mixtapes - Capicua Goes Preemo (2008) and Capicua Goes West (2013) -, two albums in their own name and a remix album Capicua (2012), Sereia Louca (2014) and Medusa (2015), a children's book-book in partnership with Pedro Geraldes, Mão Verde (2016), and a Portuguese-Brazilian album shared with Emicida, Rael and Valete, Lingua Franca (2017). An apologist for spontaneity and cultivating a clear feminist attitude, she has accumulated collaborations with various artists (from Sérgio Godinho to Sara Tavares), as well as several conferences, workshops and social projects (such as OUPA, where she worked for four consecutive years at the invitation of the Porto City Hall).

October

2421.00hSat

Teatro RivoliRIVOLI Grand Auditorium

Music
Price 12€ 
Duration 1.15h 
Age >6
Voice Capicua
Choir Joana Raquel, Inês Pereira
DJ D-One
MPC Virtus
Assistant Maria Fontes
Bass and guitar Luís Montenegro
Keywords Sérgio Alves
Live sound engineer Eduardo Maltez
Stage sound engineer Carlos Casaleiro 
Lighting Virgínia Esteves
Road manager Mário Castro
Roadies Emanuel Rocha, Jorge Jacinto
Executive production and booking Radar dos Sons