Watch and listen to “Sinos de Lisboa” from the recent album release “Carlos Martins” below and in the “Video” section. The clip was directed by Paulo Seabra, joining studio and live footage with some beautiful images of Lisbon, the city that inspired this tune. Enjoy!
Carlos Martins’ new release is a very personal work that takes us on a trip to the South – not only the South as a geographical position, but the artist’s emotional South that runs through his veins.
Accompanied by his talented and trusted companions Alexandre Frazão (drums), Carlos Barretto (double bass) and Mário Delgado (guitar), Carlos Martins reveals 11 compositions that reflect his musical universe, each in its very own way and style.
The musician and composer invokes the beauty of his roots, from Alentejo in the south of Portugal to the city of Lisbon where he lives today, citing his Mediterranean, Arab and African influences and celebrating love and friendship.
Following the highly acclaimed album “Absence”, Carlos Martins’ new record could not bear any other name than his own.
“Carlos Martins” will be launched on February 12th 2016 at Culturgest in Lisbon.
You might have heard by now that the new record is going to be released soon, so here we go with the official invitation!
Please join us Friday night at 21h30 at the beautiful Culturgest in Lisbon – tickets are on sale already!
If you happen to be in Lisbon don´t miss this unique Gamelan show where traditional Indonesian themes meet jazz compositions by Bernardo Sassetti and George Gershwin at the Museu do Oriente, Saturday 12th Dec 2015, 21:30h.
Yogistragong [Artistic Director: Elizabeth Davis] | Adriano Jordão (Piano) | Carlos Martins [Saxophone] | Mark Duggan [Marimba solo]
Carlos Martins, director of Festa do Jazz and president of the Association Sons da Lusofonia, is offering an exclusive production workshop at the Conservatory in Funchal (Madeira).
The Association Sons da Lusofonia has been launching the new Portuguese jazz project “Portugal em Jazz” earlier this year, a project that aims at fostering the Portuguese jazz scene by creating a nationwide map of jazz-related institutions, schools and activities, by linking musicians and cultural actors and by creating a strong network of jazz education as well as offering workshops and masterclasses. Besides those activities, “Portugal em Jazz” is launching a composition award for outstanding composers of improvised music and is creating a new jazz ensemble. For more information on the program, please go to: