Projects: Music, Theatre, Cinema, etc


2016. Giosefine
A Show based on "Carta desde Casablanca"
by Antonio Tabucchi - Stage: Guillermo Heras

World Premiere at theRegio Theatre in Buenos Aires.



2014. São 3
Festival Porto Alegre em Cena, Brasil

Mísia sings three Brazilian composers: Caymmi, Lupicinio and Cartola under the guidance of Adriana Calcanhotto together with musicians Daniel Costa, Daniel Pinto and Frederico Gato.



2013. O Matadouro Invisível
by Karin Serres

Premiere: Teatro Malaposta in Lisbon.
With Mísia, Alberto Quaresma, Joana Brandão and Vera Azevedo.
Translation and stagong by José Martins.


2013. Mediterraneo
Premiere: Salle Gaveau in Paris, France

Christina Pluhar and l'Arpeggiata invite you on a musical cruise that will take you from Portugal to Turkey, following the coasts of Spain, Catalonia, Greece, Italy... The recording features the fabulous voices of Mísia, Nuria Rial, Vincenzo Capezzuto, Raquel Andueza ou Katerina Papadopoulou...



2011. Salto!
Premiere: Ruhrtriennale in Bochum, Germany

This show is a musical and dancing travel - from the compositions of southern European Baroque masters through Spanish folk tunes to the regional traditions of India and Turkey to the the Portuguese Fado. Collaboration between Christina Pluhar, l'Arpeggiata and Mísia.


2010. Passione
Film by John Turturro and International Tour

Mísia is one of the main characters of this musical adventure through the music of Naples directed by John Turturro and presented at the Venice Film Festival in 2010. International Tour with "Passione Tour".

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2010. Our Chopin Affair
Premiere: Krakow Opera, Poland

The show is part of various events organised by the prestigious Ludwig van Beethoven Festival to mark the Chopin bicentenary. Two exceptional performances at the Krakow Opera House and at the Kongresowa Hall in Warsaw.



2009. Delikatessen
Premiere: Chiesa dello Spirito Santo in Sant'Antimo/Naples, Italy

Accompanied on the piano by Maestro Fabrizio Romano, the concept of this project takes us to the "gastronomy of music". "Delikatessen" is in fact conceived as a menu of songs by composers such as Astor Piazzolla, Nino Rota, Chopin, Carlos Paredes and Kurt Weill.


2009. Brahms, Viola & Fado
Premiere: La Fenice in Venice, Italy

For this show Mísia is accompanied by the violonist Alto Miguel da Silva from Quatuor Ysaye. Performances in the legendary Italian Theatre: La Fenice.


2008. Mísia & her Poets
Premiere: Grec Festival in Barcelona, Spain

The word is the world we are; it is one of my homelands, a homeland without borders. I sing for the word; the music then follows... I ask living poets for poems expressly for my voice, and I seek in books the words of those no longer here with us. That is my work, my life and my joy.


2008. The Soldier's Tale
Premiere: Grec Festival in Barcelona, Spain

Mísia plays the narrator in stravinsky's "L'Histoire du Soldat". This 20th-century musical theatre classic is directed by Nigel Lowery and Amir Hosseinpour, guaranteeing a subtly ironic, powerful and highly visual spectacle. Ángel Pavlovsky is the soldier, and Marilu Marini appears as the Devil.


2008. Rendez-vous chez Nino Rota
Premiere: Diana Theatre in Naples, Italy

La Dolce Vita. An idyllic picture: Mísia, Catherine Ringer, Maria de Medeiros, Martirio... sing on the music of the most prestigious composer of the cinema history: Nino Rota. Musical Show by and with Mauro Gioia.


2007. Saudades Symphoniques
Première: Victoria Hall in Geneva, Switzerland

Mísia is accompanied by a string orchestra and traditional Portuguese and acoustic guitars. Some of the most beautiful Fados, Portuguese Songs and some of Mísia's favourite music from other cultures are included. The orchestral arrangements are by Bruno Fontaine.


2011. Les Fados de Mísia
Interviews with Hervé Pons

The book talks about the childhood of the singer but also of her career. The six chapters of the book are entitled: Difficult childhood, Roots and Exile, The Spanish escape, the revelation of Fado, on the road, the small and the great journeys, the fifties.



2006. Maria de Buenos Aires
Premiere: National Opera São Carlos in Lisbon, Portugal

Mísia had her stage debut in the title role of Astor Piazzolla's "Maria de Buenos Aires" closing the 2006/2007 season of the Opera São Carlos in Lisbon. This was under stage director Désiré Meiser, conductor Victor Villena and choreographer Amir Hosseinpour.


2005. The Seven Deadly Sins
Premiere: Centro Cultural de Belém in Lisbon, Portugal

Mísia interprets the roles of Anna I and II in Kurt Weill's and Bertold Brecht's "The Seven Deadly Sins". In a production of the São Carlos National Theatre at the Centro Cultural de Belém, she performs together with the Choir of São Carlos National Theatre under Léopold Hager.