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Fri, 21 Feb 2020 17:15 - Updated Fri, 21 Feb 2020 17:15

Musicians perform in Carnival again

Luanda -With the official program defined, seven popular voices that renewed their commitment to deal with the music of the carnaval, five groups stand out among the main performers that will bring Entrudo 2020 to life.

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Angolan musician, Calabeto, Dom Caetano and Baló Januário

Photo: Arte Osvaldo Pedro

These are Dom Caetano, Baló Januário, Calabeto, Patrícia Faria, Acácio, Lolito and Tony do Fumo Filho who took over the singing of the carnival groups União Recreativo Kilamba, holder of the class A title, União Njinga a Mbande, União December 10 , União Kiela, União 54, União Twafundumuka and Amazona do Prenda.

Reference voices in the Angolan music scene, the artists concerned again sing the country's "malambas" on the biggest stage of traditional culture, transmitting messages about the daily lives of Angolan communities.

The Luanda Carnival, whose parades take place on the 22nd, 23rd and 24th February, will have the participation of 44 groups, 13 of which are class A, 16 of B, both adults, and 15 for children.

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