Folkloric group Fajã de Baixo (Azores) is in the pedestrian street at the invitation of the Black Panthers Youth Association

Praia, Aug 29 (Inforpress) – The Folkloric Group Fajã de Baixo, from the São Miguel dos Açores Island (Portugal) announced on Tuesday at pedestrian street (Plateau) its ethnographic component, dance, music and costumes through traditional manifestation of this archipelago.

In a highly acclaimed show and in interaction with the public of the capital, in front of the Municipal Market, this group, founded in 1975, managed to spread the musical expression of each of the islands that make up the Azores, in a show that involved the community, passers-by, through the choreography of the region.

This is because the audience was inspired and invited by the performers to dance the traditional rhythms of São Miguel, in a dance that did not resist to attract figures such as the ambassador of Portugal in Cabo Verde, or even the councilor of the Culture of the City Hall of Praia and several citizens.

The president of this group from the Azores, Hermínio Miranda, expressed his satisfaction with the way this was held in the heart of the Cabo Verdean capital, noting that it was a dream coming to the country through an exchange agreement with the Black Panthers Youth Association.