Afonso Dias

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Afonso Dias
Occupationmusician, singer, poet, actor

Afonso Dias is a Portuguese singer, musician, poet and actor. He was deputy of the Constitution Assembly of 1975/76 under the Popular Democratic Union (Portugal) (later, he did not exercise in other political offices).[ clarification needed ] In music, he was one of the founders of Grupo de Acção Cultural (GAC, the Cultural Group Action). He was elected in numerous presentation inside and outside Portugal, though he recorded different discs in the studio. Throughout his career, he took part in artistic shows with José Afonso, Sérgio Godinho, Francisco Fanhais, Manuel Freire, Pedro Barroso, Tino Flores, José Fanha and others, he had edited several solo studio albums. In theater, in the 1960s and the 1970s, he attended theatrical plays with Costa Ferreira, Carmen Dolores and Rogério Paulo. [1] He was the founded of Trupe Barlaventina - Jograis do Algarve in 1999, and performed numerous shows and made studio recordings. He worked as a director-actor and actor (and singer), since 2003 with the A Companhia de Teagro de Algarve (ACTA, Algarve Theatre Company). He was member of the Associação Música XXI (XXI Music Association) which had been recording several CD collections in Selecta.



As soloist

WithTrupe Barlaventina

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