Rua Das Pretas is a Lusophone musical gathering born in Lisbon at Pierre Aderne's house. Music, storytelling, wine; friends, chefs, winemakers and writers would show up on these nights which gradually became the dream of many Lisboners. There are came the fine flower of Portuguese language music, such as Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Ana Moura, Carminho, Tito Paris, Camané, Salvador Sobral, among many others, as well as jazz and bossa nova singers like Madeleine Peyroux, Melody Gardot, Jesse Harris or Anna Maria Jopek. Two years ago, Rua das Pretas moved to a private 18th century mansion in Lisbon's Principe Real square, where the audience may now enjoy an astonishing view over the Tagus river. More than 3.000 people from around the world, including 140 artists from the so-called World Music have been in Rua das Pretas. Meanwhile, Rua das Pretas went to New York to record their "Wine Album", their debut album, produced by Hector Castillo. Soon after, he performed at Coliseu dos Recreios and toured around the world: Madrid, Paris, Berlin and New York. It quickly became a success with the national and internation press, collecting compliments from international publications like Forbes or Mojo. In November, you can see them in Casa do Alentejo, at the EDP Room.