After her maternity leave,
Inês Simões is happy to announce her 2020-2021 season return.
Here is the season so far:
Ah! Perfido - Beethoven - Orquestra Clássica do Sul
Saturday 31 October 2020 at Teatro Municipal de Faro
Inês Simões sings Beethoven's dramatic concert aria. Part of the Orquestra do Sul Beethoven cycle, conductor Rui Pinheiro presents a program to include Fidelio Ouverture and Symphony N.5.
Christmas Concert - Orquestra de Câmara de Cascais e Oeiras
Friday 18 December 2020, 7pm at Auditório da Boa Nova
An invitation from conductor Nikolay Lalov to celebrate Christmas in times of restriction with the OCCO in a smaller orchestral version, performing two Salve Regina - by Domenico Scarlatti and Franz Schubert.
Recital - Beethoven Lieder - Centro Cultural de Belém - cancelled due to COVID
Thursday 21 January 2021, 7pm at Centro Cultural de Belém
A Beleza salvará o Mundo - Beauty will save the world - sets the tone to an evening of Beethoven Lieder with baritone José Corvelo and pianista Melissa Fontoura. The program includes Sacred Songs Op. 48 andAn die Ferne Geliebte Op. 98.
Opera "Canção do Bandido - Côrte-Real - Moscow - cancelled due to COVID
Thursday 28 and Friday 29 January 2021, Moscow
The Ensemble Darcos and Nuno Côrte-Real will present to the Russian audience a chamber version of his hilghy successful 2018 opera Canção do Bandido. The performances are included in the celebrations of Portugal's UE presidency for the first semestre of 2021.
Wesendonck Lieder - Wagner
February and March 2021, company to announce its season.
Opera "Flores do Mal" - Luis Soldado
Saturday 13 March 2021, Centro Cultural Olga Cadaval
After a year of interruption due the pandemic scenario, Inês will return to her creation of Delphine in a performance and CD launch that will mark the beginning of a future national tour.
Recital - Wagner and Berg - Duo Tágide - Concerto Antena 2
Thursday 25 March 2021, Museu do Oriente
Duo Tágide starts its 2021 season approaching two of their most beloved composers. Daniel and Inês will perform Wagner's Wesendonck Lieder and Berg's Sieben frühe Lieder - in a recital recorded and broadcast live for the national classical radio Antena 2.