Mozambican musicians: Costa Neto

The musician was captured by the lenses of Ouri Pota, a photographer and admirer of Mozambican music. His work presents a snapshot
of regional musical performances, highlighting the culture and audiovisual
productions of Mozambican artists and musicians.

Photo of the presentation of the artist Costa Neto in 2017 (21th Century) by Ouri PotaVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Costa Neto is a Mozambican musician and composer. In 1981, he and his companions founded the musical group M'bila, which revolutionized Mozambican urban music.

Photo of the presentation of the artist Costa Neto in 2017 (21th Century) by Ouri PotaVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Photo of the presentation of the artist Costa Neto in 2017 (21th Century) by Ouri PotaVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Photo of the presentation of the artist Costa Neto in 2017 (21th Century) by Ouri PotaVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Photo of the presentation of the artist Costa Neto in 2017 (21th Century) by Ouri PotaVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Costa Neto has lived in Portugal for over 30 years, and is considered one of the biggest drivers of Mozambican culture in Europe.

Photo of the presentation of the artist Costa Neto in 2017 (21th Century) by Ouri PotaVirtual Museum of Lusophony

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REFERENCES:
Rinaldi, B. (n.d.). Costa Neto canta Moçambique, a terra que o viu nascer. Conexão Lusófona. Retrieved from https://www.conexaolusofona.org/costa-neto-canta-mocambique-a-terra-que-o-viu-nascer/

Link:
Costa Neto - Conexão Lusófona

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