Ricardo Ribeiro edits his first album in 2004 entitled “Ricardo Ribeiro” and the following year he´s awarded with the Male Award from the Amália Rodrigues Foundation. In 2008 records with the Lebanese composer Rabih Abou Khalil the CD “Em Português”, elected Top of the World Album by the british magazine Songlines. Meanwhile, appears in several movies like “Fados” from Carlos Saura, and records, while guest with various names of the portuguese music: Rui Veloso, Simone or Carlos do Carmo. In 2010 releases “Porta do Coração”, album that wins Golden Disc, and it´s elected Top of The World Album by the British magazine Songlines. The year of 2011 is marked by the distinction of Best Male Interpreter, from the Amália Rodrigues foundation. “Largo da Memória” it’s his fifth album edited in 2013, also Golden Disc and for which he gets nominated for the category of Best Artist by the World Music Songlines magazine, in 2015. In this same year, he´s graceful with the Henry the Navigator award. “Hoje é assim, amanhã não sei” edited in 2016 it’s presented for the first time at the Lisbon Coliseum and since then it’s presented in several national venues and national and foreign festivals. In February 2017, its releases in France and in May of the same year “Hoje é assim, amanhã não sei.” arrive to the English market, on an edition from Warner UK. With this work, Ricardo Ribeiro it’s nominated by the second time for the Best Artist by the Songlines magazine, reaching for the second time the finalists group. By an invitation from CCB (Centro Cultura de Belém) for the Carta Branca (White Card) 2017, Ricardo Ribeiro creates a show of tribute to José Afonso, on which the singer surrounds himself with jazz musicians and counts with the help of the pianist Filipe Raposo with the arrangements of the chosen songs and musical direction. 2017 was also the year in which Ricardo Ribeiro received the Carlos Paredes Award, attributed by the City Hall of Vila Franca de Xira and also, an Honorable Mention on the José Afonso Award, by the City Hall of Amadora. From the album “Hoje é assim, amanhã não sei.” Ricardo took of the single Fadinho Alentejano with the collaboration of the choir Os Ganhões de Castro Verde and last November the theme premiere. Ricardo Ribeiro is a usual presence in France, Belgium, Austria, Morocco, United States, Canada, England or Russia. At the beginning of 2018 premieres in Tehran, capital of Iran and goes for the first time at the Canary Islands.
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