Flavoring a Port Wine and hearing the sounds of guest musicians, the Unicepe - Cooperativa Livreira do Porto, a bookstore in Carlos Alberto Square, opens the pages of its books and records, showing and exposing their authors souls, between 21h30 and 24h.
The Oporto Crying Circle is a "regular meeting place for musicians of all ages and backgrounds who share the effervescence of a crying. Oporto Crying Circle is not a concert, is not an essay, is not a jam session. It is a celebration and a sharing of a refined popular music, its content and its way of feeling, effervescent and generous. " In Unicepe, celebrating 50 years, "culture and freedom go hand in hand." Founded in full dictatorial regime, opposition movements found there a shelter.
Who goes there breathes freedom in the emancipated and differentiated search on its shelves. Old walls sustain and enshrine its memories in painted art, guided by Portuguese music of the new/old composers of the free song.