In Bahia, Angola, Brazil and Portugal formed "one family"

Portuguese singer Ana Moura and Angolan musician Paulo Flores, in Salvador da Bahia, at the Portuguese Language Festival (FELPO).

António Zambujo and Ana Moura were the Portuguese representatives at the Portuguese Language Festival (FELPO) in which there were unexpected partnerships, friendships and political messages, with Daniela Mercury in charge.

to celebrate the 470 years of the city of Salvador. If the objective of the concert at the Farol da Barra in Salvador was to honor and celebrate the Portuguese language and the culture of the Portuguese speaking countries, the mission was fulfilled. For almost three hours, atop the stage set up for the Portuguese Language Festival (FELPO), artists such as Daniela Mercury, António Zambujo, Ana Moura, Paulo Flores, Saulo, Magary Lord or Márcia Short gave prominence to the Portuguese word and language and entertained thousands of people who, after a day when the rain threatened to ruin the plans, were greeted with a night of warm temperatures. As for the rain, it only appeared very close to the end of the show.

"It is an honor to be here in Salvador celebrating the Portuguese language," said António Zambujo, who returned to Bahia and presented to the audience the themes "Zorro," "Flagrante" and "O Meu Amor," written by Chico Buarque and performed in a duet with the Bahian Saulo.

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