The Gaiteiros de Lisboa have strong connections to an important part of the history of Portuguese music, having played with people as diverse as José Afonso, José Mário Branco, Sérgio Godinho, Fausto or even Trovante and Sétima Legião. When they emerged with the now classic Invasões Barbaras, in 1995, Gaiteiros de Lisboa revolutionized Portuguese popular music, respecting the roots, but daring to look to the future.
Since then, they have edited a series of works highly applauded by the specialized critics: Bocas do Inferno (1997), Macaréu (2002), Sátiro (2005), Avis Rara (2012) and Bestiário (2019) have always won prominent places in the lists of best works. of their respective years, a sign of a high degree of quality that runs through all their work. And this is exactly the starting point for the new show, a creative journey through some of the most remarkable moments of a work that extends beyond the official discography – Os Demônios do Meu Avô is a stop motion film that is inspired by figures by one of the masters of figuration from Barcelos, Rosa Ramalho, for which the Gaiteiros created the soundtrack, from which material will also be produced for a concert that is, in equal measure, intense, effusive, magical and exciting. And unmissable, of course.