Ana moura

ana moura

How old is Ana Moura?

Ana Moura (born 17 September 1979) is an internationally recognized Portuguese fado singer, and the youngest fadista to be nominated for a Dutch Edison Award. Ana Cláudia Moura Pereira was born 17 September 1979, in Santarém, Portugal.

When did Ana Moura join the Rolling Stones?

In 2007, Ana Moura joined the Rolling Stones in concert at the Alvalade XXI stadium in Lisbon. She sang No Expectations with Mick Jagger. After two big concerts in coliseums of Porto and Lisbon, Moura launched her first live DVD on 24 November 2008, which has enjoyed great success with the public.

How did Moura become famous in Portugal?

Para Além da Saudade (2007), containing songs such as Os Buzios or Fado da Procura, is the album that followed Aconteceu. With this album and appearances on programs such as Family Contact and Superstar, Moura became more widely known in Portugal.

When did Moura release her first live DVD?

After two big concerts in coliseums of Porto and Lisbon, Moura launched her first live DVD on 24 November 2008, which has enjoyed great success with the public. She appeared at the World Music Institute concert.

Who is Ana Moura?

Ana Moura (born 1979) is an internationally recognized Portuguese fado singer, and the youngest fadista to be nominated for a Dutch Edison Award.

What was Ana Mouras first album?

Ana Mouras debut album was Guarda-me a Vida na Mão (2003), followed by Aconteceu (2005). She sang in various nightspots in Lisbon and became known on television, performing fado with Antonio Pinto Basto.

When did Ana Moura join the Rolling Stones?

In 2007, Ana Moura joined the Rolling Stones in concert at the Alvalade XXI stadium in Lisbon. She sang No Expectations with Mick Jagger. After two big concerts in coliseums of Porto and Lisbon, Moura launched her first live DVD on 24 November 2008, which has enjoyed great success with the public.

How did Moura become famous in Portugal?

Para Além da Saudade (2007), containing songs such as Os Buzios or Fado da Procura, is the album that followed Aconteceu. With this album and appearances on programs such as Family Contact and Superstar, Moura became more widely known in Portugal.

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Is Moura a city in Portugal?

Moura, Portugal. Moura ( Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈmowɾɐ]) is a city and a municipality in the District of Beja in Portugal. The population in 2011 was 15,167, in an area of 958.46 km². The city itself had a population of 8,459 in 2001. The current Mayor is José Pós de Mina, elected by the Unitarian Democratic Coalition.

What is Souto de Moura famous for?

Souto de Moura worked briefly with architect Noé Dinis and then for five years (1975–79) with the firm of Álvaro Siza, a leading influence (as was Ludwig Mies van der Rohe) and himself a Pritzker Prize winner.

Who is Léo Moura?

Léo Moura previously played for Flamengo, for over ten years, where he was the teams captain, and Grêmio with whom he won his biggest title, the 2017 Copa Libertadores. He is famous being one of the few players who represented all four of the big Rio de Janeiro teams, Botafogo, Vasco, Fluminense, and Flamengo.

Who were the Mouros and mouras?

According to some of these legends, the Mouros and Mouras were important spirits that inhabited the lands of Galicia, as well as North Portugal and Asturia, many millennia ago. Nobody knows from where they came, but they are famous for their mesmerizing craftsmanship in silver, gold, and precious gemstones.

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