Event Type: Music, Traditional
Nathalie proudly represents what is arguably the oldest urban folk music in the world; the soul music of Portugal, Fado.
Her intense voice and raw emotion has gained her overwhelming recognition by the media as one of today`s leading `fadistas,` a huge honor considering she was born and raised in the United States of America.
In 2011, Fado was recognized as UNESCO World Heritage and Nathalie was invited to perform for the first time in Lisbon as part of the celebration as she represented that Fado was in fact `World Heritage` all along.
At that time she was awarded with the `Amalia Rodrigues Medal of Merit` on behalf of the Amalia Rodrigues Foundation, where she was recognized as an `Ambassador of Fado` outside of Portugal.
In the spring of 2013 the Boston Globe described Nathalie as the `fresh face of fado.`
The concert of the 24th of February featuring the Soweto String Quartet will mark the beginning of a golden era of South African music.
Just not to be missed.
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Refunds And Cancellations
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Exchanges And Upgrades
Exchanges and upgrades allowed for this event. No downgrades
R750.00: Row A - N
Dinner and Show:
Venue box office open from 14h00 to 22h00 on Monday to Saturday and open from 08h00 to 16h30 on Sund ...
Box Office Ticket Sales
Box office for ticket sales and collections opens 2 hours before start of show.
Disabled patrons should book directly by phoning the venue on 011 928-1000
Important Venue Information
This is a non-smoking venue.
Secure parking on the complex grounds. Entrance fee charged.
Alcohol, weapons, illegal substances, cameras and recording equipment.
Refreshments And Meals
Contact 0119281291 for your dinner reservation, menus and more info