Did you know that the Museu Nacional da Música houses a cello from 1725 that was played by King Luís I of Portugal?
Even if you don’t care about that, there’s still a chance that you might enjoy a free concert by some living mere mortal locals at said museum.
This coming Tuesday, the museum welcomes a performance by the chamber musicians and soloists of the National Conservatory Artistic School of Music. Their weapons of choice will the Portuguese guitar, the saxophone, the trumpet, and the trombone.
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