Jazz has always had the seed of protest and change at its root, a genre of music animated by the social context surrounding it and able to focus on grievances that are often inconvenient and which the eye so frequently prefers to ignore.

The revolution proclaimed at this Jazz em Agosto also extends beyond its more political dimension in a year when afternoon concerts in Auditorium 2 will once again be added to evenings in the Open-Air Amphitheatre, reminding us just how revolutionary the musical avant-garde of Ingrid Laubrock and Tom RaineyThéo CeccaldiJulien DesprezMary HalvorsonTomas FujiwaraZeena ParkinsHan-earl Park and the ToscanoPinheiroMira and Ferrandini quartet really is.

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Location: Foundation Calouste Gulbenkian