september 27 - 28 - 29 cais do sodré, lisboa


Adriano Ministro (BR)


Adriano Ministro has a degree in Social Communication (specialization in Radio and TV), works professionally in the area of production and management of shows and shows since 2001, dedicating himself to projects and actions related to music in its most varied aspects, such as booking, artistic career, artist liaison, executive production, tour management, among others, and its project partners include SESC SP, Festival Feira Preta, Municipal Secretariat for Persons with Disabilities (São Paulo), Afropunk LLC, Laboratório Fantasma, Festival Tour de Fat (USA), in addition to tours by artists such as Max B.O., Black Pantera, Emicida, Rael, Bivolt, DJ Cinara, Project46, Sr Gonzales Serenata Orquestra, Esdras Nogueira, Remobília, Titica (ANG), Féfé (FRA) and the projects Let’s Dance – A Tribute to David Bowie, The Sound of Motown, Sly & The Family Stone at Woodstock and The Dark Side of The Moon 50. In audiovisual terms, he collaborated with a series of video clips and musical documentaries, especially “Sobre Noiz” (About Us), which tells the story of production of Emicida’s second studio album “Sobre Crianças, Quadris, Pesadelos e Lições de Casa~(About Children, Hips, Nightmares and Lessons from Home…”), and the documentary “Time Will Burn”, which deals with the Brazilian rock’s missing link in the early 90s, acting as a consultant for diffusion and circulation, leading the film to be one of those selected for the SESC Exhibition de Cinema 2017 and shown at CineSESC.

Events with this Speaker

Thursday, 28 September – 11:00 – 12:30What if the cultural sector took a decolonial approach to self-reflection?Lisboa, Hub Criativo BeatoEvent Type :Cultural PoliciesPTRoundtable

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