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Caixa de Pandora – from the album Teias de Sed


Caixa de Pandora – from the album Teias de Sed

Malcolm D B Munro
Thursday 9 February, 2017

The music of Pandora’s Box begins by eliciting recondite and timid emotions and then makes us travel.

Rui Filipe on the piano, Cindy Gonçalves on the violin and Sandra Martins on the cello. The members of this Pandorical trio, already with a solid musical relationship of 10 years, inspire and conspire between cinephile landscapes and a sonority of neoclassical aesthetics.

Pandora’s Box was publicly presented in 2013, with several performances in Portugal and abroad, but it was a year after that it was definitely affirmed with the launch of his first album Teias de Seda, composed entirely of original music.

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