free log The ceramic tiles of the facade of the newly constructed MAAT building in Lisbon played as an instrument with mallets to a score designed in collaboration with local musicians with roots from Mozambique, Cabo Verde, Guinea Bissau, India, Angola and Portugal discussing the musical cross-cultural heritage within the Lusophonic sphere; the territories where Portuguese is spoken.<br><br>Gueladjo Sané and Antonio Duarte of Batatu Yetu during the opening performance at MAAT.
The ceramic tiles of the facade of the newly constructed MAAT building in Lisbon played as an instrument with mallets to a score designed in collaboration with local musicians with roots from Mozambique, Cabo Verde, Guinea Bissau, India, Angola and Portugal discussing the musical cross-cultural heritage within the Lusophonic sphere; the territories where Portuguese is spoken.<br><br>Gueladjo Sané and Antonio Duarte of Batatu Yetu during the opening performance at MAAT.
Title: The ceramic tiles of the facade of the newly constructed MAAT building in Lisbon played as an instrument with mallets to a score designed in collaboration with local musicians with roots from Mozambique, Cabo Verde, Guinea Bissau, India, Angola and Portugal discussing the musical cross-cultural heritage within the Lusophonic sphere; the territories where Portuguese is spoken.

Gueladjo Sané and Antonio Duarte of Batatu Yetu during the opening performance at MAAT.