Word Sung Show in Florianópolis

The duo Sandra Peres and Paulo Tatit presented on Saturday (21) the show Musical Adventures. Last Saturday, I went with my daughter Alice to watch the show by the duo Palavra Cantada. We were very excited about the show, as Palavra Cantada has been acclaimed by the public and critics from all over the country for presenting a differentiated work within the musical culture, with organic songs and playful games. Six of the thirteen CDs released by the duo have already been awarded.

Palavra Cantada

The opening of the gates was scheduled for 15h, but it only happened 45min after the scheduled time. The choice of location was cause for complaint by the parents. The entrance doors were not signposted and there was confusion in the division of sectors. Tickets were divided by sector: gold, the most expensive and closest to the stage; silver, intermediate price and location; and bronze, cheaper and located further from the stage. The gold sector was bigger than the other two combined. There was no separation between the silver and bronze sectors, that is, there was no reason for the ticket prices of these two sectors to be different. The chairs were all on the same level, the auditorium was small and unstructured to host a show like this. This, combined with the extremely low stage, which hampered or made it impossible for any child or adult who was not in the front rows to be seen. On the part of the children, speaking for my daughter and the other children who were close by, there were no complaints, on the contrary. The duo took the stage punctually at 17 pm to cheer up the kids and present the beautiful work they've been doing. They managed to involve the children's audience in a joyful journey into the musical and theatrical universe. Sandreca and Pauleco sang, danced and interacted with the stage projections and their players Daniel Ayres, Julia Pittier, Marina Pittier, Estevão Marques, drummer Michelle Abu and guitarist Wen. In the repertoire there were novelties such as the re-reading of the songs O Vira do Secos e Molhados and O Leãzinho by Caetano Veloso, in addition to the unpublished Músicos e Dançarinos. The duo did not stop singing their great hits like Rato, Vem Dançar com a Gente and Sopa.   Joyce Taú joice.tau@hotmail.com Photos: Renato Di Giorgio


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