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In less than twelve years, Mariza has risen from a local phenomenon—one of Lisbon’s hidden treasures—to one of the most widely acclaimed stars on the International Music circuit.

No Portuguese artist since Amália Rodrigues has experienced such a triumphant career, accumulating success after success on the most prestigious world stages, ...

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  • 02/12/201905/08/2019
  • Chicago, IL

Emotions of the Soul: Fado Icon Mariza Returns to North American Stages

Some artists speak across languages, defying the boundaries of style. Mariza is one of them, transforming Portugal’s beloved, bittersweet fado into pure artistry, distilled human emotion. Her remarkable skill and presence has led to command performances around the world, in some of its most prestigious concert halls. Yet this fame never stopped Mariza from continuing to push herself, as an artist, performer, torchbearer, and mentor to a new generation of striking artists.

Now, the fado...

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  • NYTimes, Listing, 04/25/2019, 13 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Text
  • WNYC Gig Alerts, Event preview, 05/01/2019, Mariza at Town Hall Text
  • 48Hills, Event preview, 04/08/2019, Contemporary fado queen Mariza comes to SFJAZZ Text
  • The Straight, Event preview, 04/02/2019, Fado sensation Mariza returns to Vancouver Text
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05/08/2019, Chicago, IL, City Winery
02/12/201905/08/2019, Emotions of the Soul: Fado Icon Mariza Returns to North American Stages
Event
05/08/2019
Event
05/08/2019
Ticket Phone
312-733-9463
Venue Zip
60607
Venue City, State
Chicago, IL
Venue St. Address
1200 W Randolph St
Venue
City Winery
Some artists speak across languages, defying the boundaries of style. Mariza is one of them, transforming Portugal’s beloved, bittersweet fado into pure artistry, distilled human emotion. MORE» More»

Some artists speak across languages, defying the boundaries of style. Mariza is one of them, transforming Portugal’s beloved, bittersweet fado into pure artistry, distilled human emotion. Her remarkable skill and presence has led to command performances around the world, in some of its most prestigious concert halls. Yet this fame never stopped Mariza from continuing to push herself, as an artist, performer, torchbearer, and mentor to a new generation of striking artists.

Now, the fado icon is returning to the US and Canada for an extensive North American tour this spring. She will be performing pieces from her latest album, Mariza, inviting listeners into the intensity and intimacy of fado.

Though wildly successful, acclaim had not shifted the heart of Mariza’s work. “For me, the most important part of my work is to make good music. And for that, I look for good producers, musicians, composers and lyricists,” she remarks. “The transparency of my music means I sing my own truth.”

Her truth has many layers, all contributing to her unique artistic insights. Mariza was born in Mozambique, but moved with her family as a young girl to Lisbon’s Mouraria neighborhood, the cradle of fado and home turf for many of the style’s most popular singers. After singing everything from gospel to jazz, Mariza settled on fado, connecting deeply with the style born of longing and heartache.

She made it her own, paying tribute to fado legend Amália Rodrigues when the diva passed, launching her own iteration of the evergreen genre with a record-breaking debut album. She swiftly became the leading voice in New Fado and went on to release albums that sold millions worldwide. She became a hero of style at home, a symbol of Portuguese culture’s broad appeal and emotional transcendence. A darling of the international stage, she embarked on a rigorous touring schedule that took her to across Europe, Africa, Asia, and North America.

Now on her seventh full-length recording, Mariza, she has discovered new facets to her voice and her creativity, tackling songs that speak to the nuance of experience. “After almost 20 years of recording, my voice gained some maturity with all the songs that I sung so far,” muses Mariza. “On this record, the lyrics I chose are also very mature. They convey histories of life, emotions from the soul.”

She’s also proven that she never rests on what’s easy and expected, penning her first lyrics. “For the first time I was able to sing a lyric written by me. It's about an impossible love story,” she explains. “I discovered over the years that we all look for love. In many shapes and forms, that’s the truth, the truth of life for all human beings.”

Mariza’s soulful voice is coupled with razor-sharp sense of style and stage presence. “I never wanted the visual aspect of the show to be more important than the music itself. The music for me is the most important aspect when I’m on stage. But I also believe that the visual aspect, the scenario, plays a big part for concert goers.”

North American concert goers will get to savor the sights and lush sounds this spring. “It's been a while since I did a coast to coast tour in the US,” smiles Mariza. “I’m very happy to come back to places that I missed and I’m very happy to show to all of you my new record live.”

“Mariza brings a modern sensibility to the form” — The New York Times

"Her voice is a gorgeous, evocative instrument, and she sings with bravura and power. …[H]er performance is nothing short of a genuine revelation." — Billboard

“The New Diva of Fado” — NPR

“She draws her listeners to her with a beckoning finger, addressing the audience with the hushed intimacy one might use toward a lover” —  Los Angeles Times

“The Mozambican-born Portuguese singer Mariza has spent ten years turning Portugal’s melancholy, yearning national song, “Fado”, on its head.” —  Financial Times

“Since the release of her debut album 15 years ago, the singer has inarguably been Portugal’s greatest musical export, enlivening the country’s traditional fado music for a global audience.”  — The National

Mariza 2019 North American Tour Dates

 

April 6, 2019

Royce Hall

Los Angeles, California

 

April 10, 2019

Rio Theatre

Santa Cruz, California

 

April 12, 2019

SFJAZZ

San Francisco, California

 

April 13, 2019

SFJAZZ

San Francisco, California

 

April 14, 2019

SFJAZZ

San Francisco, California

 

April 17, 2019

Chan Center

Vancouver, Canada

 

April 20, 2019

University of Massachusetts, Lowell Auditorium

Lowell, Massachusetts

 

April 27, 2019

Koerner Hall, Royal Conservatory of Music

Toronto, Canada

 

April 28, 2019

Maison Symphonique, Place Des Arts

Montreal, Canada

 

May 1, 2019

Town Hall

New York City

 

May 3, 2019

Arsht Center, James L. Knight Concert Hall

Miami, Florida

 

May 5, 2019

Wortham Center, Cullen Teather

Houston, TX

 

May 7, 2019

City Winery

Atlanta, GA

 

May 8th, 2019

City Winery

Chicago, IL

 

 

 

 

Event
05/08/2019

05/07/2019, Atlanta, GA, City Winery
02/12/201905/07/2019, Emotions of the Soul: Fado Icon Mariza Returns to North American Stages
Event
05/07/2019
Event
05/07/2019
Venue Zip
30308
Venue City, State
Atlanta, GA
Venue St. Address
650 North Avenue NE
Venue
City Winery
Some artists speak across languages, defying the boundaries of style. Mariza is one of them, transforming Portugal’s beloved, bittersweet fado into pure artistry, distilled human emotion. MORE» More»

Some artists speak across languages, defying the boundaries of style. Mariza is one of them, transforming Portugal’s beloved, bittersweet fado into pure artistry, distilled human emotion. Her remarkable skill and presence has led to command performances around the world, in some of its most prestigious concert halls. Yet this fame never stopped Mariza from continuing to push herself, as an artist, performer, torchbearer, and mentor to a new generation of striking artists.

Now, the fado icon is returning to the US and Canada for an extensive North American tour this spring. She will be performing pieces from her latest album, Mariza, inviting listeners into the intensity and intimacy of fado.

Though wildly successful, acclaim had not shifted the heart of Mariza’s work. “For me, the most important part of my work is to make good music. And for that, I look for good producers, musicians, composers and lyricists,” she remarks. “The transparency of my music means I sing my own truth.”

Her truth has many layers, all contributing to her unique artistic insights. Mariza was born in Mozambique, but moved with her family as a young girl to Lisbon’s Mouraria neighborhood, the cradle of fado and home turf for many of the style’s most popular singers. After singing everything from gospel to jazz, Mariza settled on fado, connecting deeply with the style born of longing and heartache.

She made it her own, paying tribute to fado legend Amália Rodrigues when the diva passed, launching her own iteration of the evergreen genre with a record-breaking debut album. She swiftly became the leading voice in New Fado and went on to release albums that sold millions worldwide. She became a hero of style at home, a symbol of Portuguese culture’s broad appeal and emotional transcendence. A darling of the international stage, she embarked on a rigorous touring schedule that took her to across Europe, Africa, Asia, and North America.

Now on her seventh full-length recording, Mariza, she has discovered new facets to her voice and her creativity, tackling songs that speak to the nuance of experience. “After almost 20 years of recording, my voice gained some maturity with all the songs that I sung so far,” muses Mariza. “On this record, the lyrics I chose are also very mature. They convey histories of life, emotions from the soul.”

She’s also proven that she never rests on what’s easy and expected, penning her first lyrics. “For the first time I was able to sing a lyric written by me. It's about an impossible love story,” she explains. “I discovered over the years that we all look for love. In many shapes and forms, that’s the truth, the truth of life for all human beings.”

Mariza’s soulful voice is coupled with razor-sharp sense of style and stage presence. “I never wanted the visual aspect of the show to be more important than the music itself. The music for me is the most important aspect when I’m on stage. But I also believe that the visual aspect, the scenario, plays a big part for concert goers.”

North American concert goers will get to savor the sights and lush sounds this spring. “It's been a while since I did a coast to coast tour in the US,” smiles Mariza. “I’m very happy to come back to places that I missed and I’m very happy to show to all of you my new record live.”

“Mariza brings a modern sensibility to the form” — The New York Times

"Her voice is a gorgeous, evocative instrument, and she sings with bravura and power. …[H]er performance is nothing short of a genuine revelation." — Billboard

“The New Diva of Fado” — NPR

“She draws her listeners to her with a beckoning finger, addressing the audience with the hushed intimacy one might use toward a lover” —  Los Angeles Times

“The Mozambican-born Portuguese singer Mariza has spent ten years turning Portugal’s melancholy, yearning national song, “Fado”, on its head.” —  Financial Times

“Since the release of her debut album 15 years ago, the singer has inarguably been Portugal’s greatest musical export, enlivening the country’s traditional fado music for a global audience.”  — The National

Mariza 2019 North American Tour Dates

 

April 6, 2019

Royce Hall

Los Angeles, California

 

April 10, 2019

Rio Theatre

Santa Cruz, California

 

April 12, 2019

SFJAZZ

San Francisco, California

 

April 13, 2019

SFJAZZ

San Francisco, California

 

April 14, 2019

SFJAZZ

San Francisco, California

 

April 17, 2019

Chan Center

Vancouver, Canada

 

April 20, 2019

University of Massachusetts, Lowell Auditorium

Lowell, Massachusetts

 

April 27, 2019

Koerner Hall, Royal Conservatory of Music

Toronto, Canada

 

April 28, 2019

Maison Symphonique, Place Des Arts

Montreal, Canada

 

May 1, 2019

Town Hall

New York City

 

May 3, 2019

Arsht Center, James L. Knight Concert Hall

Miami, Florida

 

May 5, 2019

Wortham Center, Cullen Teather

Houston, TX

 

May 7, 2019

City Winery

Atlanta, GA

 

May 8th, 2019

City Winery

Chicago, IL

 

 

 

 

Event
05/07/2019

05/05/2019, Houston, TX, Wortham Theater Center, 7:00pm
02/12/201905/05/2019, Emotions of the Soul: Fado Icon Mariza Returns to North American Stages
Event
05/05/2019
Event
05/05/2019
Ticket URL
https://tickets.houstonfirsttheaters.com/single/eventDetail.aspx?p=2571
Ticket Phone
832-487-7041
Ticket Price(s)
$69-$120
Venue Zip
77002
Venue City, State
Houston, TX
Venue St. Address
501 Texas Ave
Venue
Wortham Theater Center
Concert Start Time
7:00pm
Some artists speak across languages, defying the boundaries of style. Mariza is one of them, transforming Portugal’s beloved, bittersweet fado into pure artistry, distilled human emotion. MORE» More»

Some artists speak across languages, defying the boundaries of style. Mariza is one of them, transforming Portugal’s beloved, bittersweet fado into pure artistry, distilled human emotion. Her remarkable skill and presence has led to command performances around the world, in some of its most prestigious concert halls. Yet this fame never stopped Mariza from continuing to push herself, as an artist, performer, torchbearer, and mentor to a new generation of striking artists.

Now, the fado icon is returning to the US and Canada for an extensive North American tour this spring. She will be performing pieces from her latest album, Mariza, inviting listeners into the intensity and intimacy of fado.

Though wildly successful, acclaim had not shifted the heart of Mariza’s work. “For me, the most important part of my work is to make good music. And for that, I look for good producers, musicians, composers and lyricists,” she remarks. “The transparency of my music means I sing my own truth.”

Her truth has many layers, all contributing to her unique artistic insights. Mariza was born in Mozambique, but moved with her family as a young girl to Lisbon’s Mouraria neighborhood, the cradle of fado and home turf for many of the style’s most popular singers. After singing everything from gospel to jazz, Mariza settled on fado, connecting deeply with the style born of longing and heartache.

She made it her own, paying tribute to fado legend Amália Rodrigues when the diva passed, launching her own iteration of the evergreen genre with a record-breaking debut album. She swiftly became the leading voice in New Fado and went on to release albums that sold millions worldwide. She became a hero of style at home, a symbol of Portuguese culture’s broad appeal and emotional transcendence. A darling of the international stage, she embarked on a rigorous touring schedule that took her to across Europe, Africa, Asia, and North America.

Now on her seventh full-length recording, Mariza, she has discovered new facets to her voice and her creativity, tackling songs that speak to the nuance of experience. “After almost 20 years of recording, my voice gained some maturity with all the songs that I sung so far,” muses Mariza. “On this record, the lyrics I chose are also very mature. They convey histories of life, emotions from the soul.”

She’s also proven that she never rests on what’s easy and expected, penning her first lyrics. “For the first time I was able to sing a lyric written by me. It's about an impossible love story,” she explains. “I discovered over the years that we all look for love. In many shapes and forms, that’s the truth, the truth of life for all human beings.”

Mariza’s soulful voice is coupled with razor-sharp sense of style and stage presence. “I never wanted the visual aspect of the show to be more important than the music itself. The music for me is the most important aspect when I’m on stage. But I also believe that the visual aspect, the scenario, plays a big part for concert goers.”

North American concert goers will get to savor the sights and lush sounds this spring. “It's been a while since I did a coast to coast tour in the US,” smiles Mariza. “I’m very happy to come back to places that I missed and I’m very happy to show to all of you my new record live.”

“Mariza brings a modern sensibility to the form” — The New York Times

"Her voice is a gorgeous, evocative instrument, and she sings with bravura and power. …[H]er performance is nothing short of a genuine revelation." — Billboard

“The New Diva of Fado” — NPR

“She draws her listeners to her with a beckoning finger, addressing the audience with the hushed intimacy one might use toward a lover” —  Los Angeles Times

“The Mozambican-born Portuguese singer Mariza has spent ten years turning Portugal’s melancholy, yearning national song, “Fado”, on its head.” —  Financial Times

“Since the release of her debut album 15 years ago, the singer has inarguably been Portugal’s greatest musical export, enlivening the country’s traditional fado music for a global audience.”  — The National

Mariza 2019 North American Tour Dates

 

April 6, 2019

Royce Hall

Los Angeles, California

 

April 10, 2019

Rio Theatre

Santa Cruz, California

 

April 12, 2019

SFJAZZ

San Francisco, California

 

April 13, 2019

SFJAZZ

San Francisco, California

 

April 14, 2019

SFJAZZ

San Francisco, California

 

April 17, 2019

Chan Center

Vancouver, Canada

 

April 20, 2019

University of Massachusetts, Lowell Auditorium

Lowell, Massachusetts

 

April 27, 2019

Koerner Hall, Royal Conservatory of Music

Toronto, Canada

 

April 28, 2019

Maison Symphonique, Place Des Arts

Montreal, Canada

 

May 1, 2019

Town Hall

New York City

 

May 3, 2019

Arsht Center, James L. Knight Concert Hall

Miami, Florida

 

May 5, 2019

Wortham Center, Cullen Teather

Houston, TX

 

May 7, 2019

City Winery

Atlanta, GA

 

May 8th, 2019

City Winery

Chicago, IL

 

 

 

 

Event
05/05/2019

05/03/2019, Miami, FL, Arsht Center, James L. Knight Concert Hall, 8:00pm
02/12/201905/03/2019, Emotions of the Soul: Fado Icon Mariza Returns to North American Stages
Event
05/03/2019
Event
05/03/2019
Ticket URL
https://www.arshtcenter.org/reserve/index.aspx?performanceNumber=27520
Ticket Phone
305-949-6722
Ticket Price(s)
$35-$95
Venue Zip
33132
Venue City, State
Miami, FL
Venue St. Address
1300 Biscayne Blvd
Venue
Arsht Center, James L. Knight Concert Hall
Concert Start Time
8:00pm
Some artists speak across languages, defying the boundaries of style. Mariza is one of them, transforming Portugal’s beloved, bittersweet fado into pure artistry, distilled human emotion. MORE» More»

Some artists speak across languages, defying the boundaries of style. Mariza is one of them, transforming Portugal’s beloved, bittersweet fado into pure artistry, distilled human emotion. Her remarkable skill and presence has led to command performances around the world, in some of its most prestigious concert halls. Yet this fame never stopped Mariza from continuing to push herself, as an artist, performer, torchbearer, and mentor to a new generation of striking artists.

Now, the fado icon is returning to the US and Canada for an extensive North American tour this spring. She will be performing pieces from her latest album, Mariza, inviting listeners into the intensity and intimacy of fado.

Though wildly successful, acclaim had not shifted the heart of Mariza’s work. “For me, the most important part of my work is to make good music. And for that, I look for good producers, musicians, composers and lyricists,” she remarks. “The transparency of my music means I sing my own truth.”

Her truth has many layers, all contributing to her unique artistic insights. Mariza was born in Mozambique, but moved with her family as a young girl to Lisbon’s Mouraria neighborhood, the cradle of fado and home turf for many of the style’s most popular singers. After singing everything from gospel to jazz, Mariza settled on fado, connecting deeply with the style born of longing and heartache.

She made it her own, paying tribute to fado legend Amália Rodrigues when the diva passed, launching her own iteration of the evergreen genre with a record-breaking debut album. She swiftly became the leading voice in New Fado and went on to release albums that sold millions worldwide. She became a hero of style at home, a symbol of Portuguese culture’s broad appeal and emotional transcendence. A darling of the international stage, she embarked on a rigorous touring schedule that took her to across Europe, Africa, Asia, and North America.

Now on her seventh full-length recording, Mariza, she has discovered new facets to her voice and her creativity, tackling songs that speak to the nuance of experience. “After almost 20 years of recording, my voice gained some maturity with all the songs that I sung so far,” muses Mariza. “On this record, the lyrics I chose are also very mature. They convey histories of life, emotions from the soul.”

She’s also proven that she never rests on what’s easy and expected, penning her first lyrics. “For the first time I was able to sing a lyric written by me. It's about an impossible love story,” she explains. “I discovered over the years that we all look for love. In many shapes and forms, that’s the truth, the truth of life for all human beings.”

Mariza’s soulful voice is coupled with razor-sharp sense of style and stage presence. “I never wanted the visual aspect of the show to be more important than the music itself. The music for me is the most important aspect when I’m on stage. But I also believe that the visual aspect, the scenario, plays a big part for concert goers.”

North American concert goers will get to savor the sights and lush sounds this spring. “It's been a while since I did a coast to coast tour in the US,” smiles Mariza. “I’m very happy to come back to places that I missed and I’m very happy to show to all of you my new record live.”

“Mariza brings a modern sensibility to the form” — The New York Times

"Her voice is a gorgeous, evocative instrument, and she sings with bravura and power. …[H]er performance is nothing short of a genuine revelation." — Billboard

“The New Diva of Fado” — NPR

“She draws her listeners to her with a beckoning finger, addressing the audience with the hushed intimacy one might use toward a lover” —  Los Angeles Times

“The Mozambican-born Portuguese singer Mariza has spent ten years turning Portugal’s melancholy, yearning national song, “Fado”, on its head.” —  Financial Times

“Since the release of her debut album 15 years ago, the singer has inarguably been Portugal’s greatest musical export, enlivening the country’s traditional fado music for a global audience.”  — The National

Mariza 2019 North American Tour Dates

 

April 6, 2019

Royce Hall

Los Angeles, California

 

April 10, 2019

Rio Theatre

Santa Cruz, California

 

April 12, 2019

SFJAZZ

San Francisco, California

 

April 13, 2019

SFJAZZ

San Francisco, California

 

April 14, 2019

SFJAZZ

San Francisco, California

 

April 17, 2019

Chan Center

Vancouver, Canada

 

April 20, 2019

University of Massachusetts, Lowell Auditorium

Lowell, Massachusetts

 

April 27, 2019

Koerner Hall, Royal Conservatory of Music

Toronto, Canada

 

April 28, 2019

Maison Symphonique, Place Des Arts

Montreal, Canada

 

May 1, 2019

Town Hall

New York City

 

May 3, 2019

Arsht Center, James L. Knight Concert Hall

Miami, Florida

 

May 5, 2019

Wortham Center, Cullen Teather

Houston, TX

 

May 7, 2019

City Winery

Atlanta, GA

 

May 8th, 2019

City Winery

Chicago, IL

 

 

 

 

Event
05/03/2019

05/01/2019, New York, NY, Town Hall, 8:00pm
02/12/201905/01/2019, Emotions of the Soul: Fado Icon Mariza Returns to North American Stages
Event
05/01/2019
Event
05/01/2019
Ticket URL
https://www1.ticketmaster.com/event/0300555E5C2D0A13
Ticket Phone
212-997-6661
Ticket Price(s)
$71-$151
Venue Zip
10036
Venue City, State
New York, NY
Venue St. Address
123 W 43rd St
Venue
Town Hall
Concert Start Time
8:00pm
Some artists speak across languages, defying the boundaries of style. Mariza is one of them, transforming Portugal’s beloved, bittersweet fado into pure artistry, distilled human emotion. MORE» More»

Some artists speak across languages, defying the boundaries of style. Mariza is one of them, transforming Portugal’s beloved, bittersweet fado into pure artistry, distilled human emotion. Her remarkable skill and presence has led to command performances around the world, in some of its most prestigious concert halls. Yet this fame never stopped Mariza from continuing to push herself, as an artist, performer, torchbearer, and mentor to a new generation of striking artists.

Now, the fado icon is returning to the US and Canada for an extensive North American tour this spring. She will be performing pieces from her latest album, Mariza, inviting listeners into the intensity and intimacy of fado.

Though wildly successful, acclaim had not shifted the heart of Mariza’s work. “For me, the most important part of my work is to make good music. And for that, I look for good producers, musicians, composers and lyricists,” she remarks. “The transparency of my music means I sing my own truth.”

Her truth has many layers, all contributing to her unique artistic insights. Mariza was born in Mozambique, but moved with her family as a young girl to Lisbon’s Mouraria neighborhood, the cradle of fado and home turf for many of the style’s most popular singers. After singing everything from gospel to jazz, Mariza settled on fado, connecting deeply with the style born of longing and heartache.

She made it her own, paying tribute to fado legend Amália Rodrigues when the diva passed, launching her own iteration of the evergreen genre with a record-breaking debut album. She swiftly became the leading voice in New Fado and went on to release albums that sold millions worldwide. She became a hero of style at home, a symbol of Portuguese culture’s broad appeal and emotional transcendence. A darling of the international stage, she embarked on a rigorous touring schedule that took her to across Europe, Africa, Asia, and North America.

Now on her seventh full-length recording, Mariza, she has discovered new facets to her voice and her creativity, tackling songs that speak to the nuance of experience. “After almost 20 years of recording, my voice gained some maturity with all the songs that I sung so far,” muses Mariza. “On this record, the lyrics I chose are also very mature. They convey histories of life, emotions from the soul.”

She’s also proven that she never rests on what’s easy and expected, penning her first lyrics. “For the first time I was able to sing a lyric written by me. It's about an impossible love story,” she explains. “I discovered over the years that we all look for love. In many shapes and forms, that’s the truth, the truth of life for all human beings.”

Mariza’s soulful voice is coupled with razor-sharp sense of style and stage presence. “I never wanted the visual aspect of the show to be more important than the music itself. The music for me is the most important aspect when I’m on stage. But I also believe that the visual aspect, the scenario, plays a big part for concert goers.”

North American concert goers will get to savor the sights and lush sounds this spring. “It's been a while since I did a coast to coast tour in the US,” smiles Mariza. “I’m very happy to come back to places that I missed and I’m very happy to show to all of you my new record live.”

“Mariza brings a modern sensibility to the form” — The New York Times

"Her voice is a gorgeous, evocative instrument, and she sings with bravura and power. …[H]er performance is nothing short of a genuine revelation." — Billboard

“The New Diva of Fado” — NPR

“She draws her listeners to her with a beckoning finger, addressing the audience with the hushed intimacy one might use toward a lover” —  Los Angeles Times

“The Mozambican-born Portuguese singer Mariza has spent ten years turning Portugal’s melancholy, yearning national song, “Fado”, on its head.” —  Financial Times

“Since the release of her debut album 15 years ago, the singer has inarguably been Portugal’s greatest musical export, enlivening the country’s traditional fado music for a global audience.”  — The National

Mariza 2019 North American Tour Dates

 

April 6, 2019

Royce Hall

Los Angeles, California

 

April 10, 2019

Rio Theatre

Santa Cruz, California

 

April 12, 2019

SFJAZZ

San Francisco, California

 

April 13, 2019

SFJAZZ

San Francisco, California

 

April 14, 2019

SFJAZZ

San Francisco, California

 

April 17, 2019

Chan Center

Vancouver, Canada

 

April 20, 2019

University of Massachusetts, Lowell Auditorium

Lowell, Massachusetts

 

April 27, 2019

Koerner Hall, Royal Conservatory of Music

Toronto, Canada

 

April 28, 2019

Maison Symphonique, Place Des Arts

Montreal, Canada

 

May 1, 2019

Town Hall

New York City

 

May 3, 2019

Arsht Center, James L. Knight Concert Hall

Miami, Florida

 

May 5, 2019

Wortham Center, Cullen Teather

Houston, TX

 

May 7, 2019

City Winery

Atlanta, GA

 

May 8th, 2019

City Winery

Chicago, IL

 

 

 

 

Event
05/01/2019