Ars Luminae is a Portuguese company focused on the promotion and valorisation of Performing Arts, centred in the artistic direction, programming, production and execution of musical projects. We are developing, simultaneously, an activity as cultural consultants and advisors, and as career managers of important national and international artists.
We are invested in a diversity of musical genres, with differentiating offers in the areas of Classical Music, Jazz, World Music and Fado.
The programming, promotion and production of unique and distinctive cultural events are some of the excellent services which enrich our offer, with the availability of integrated solutions where each detail is thought in an innovative, creative and memorable way. Because each creative manifestation, each fair, each festival, each concert are exclusive and unrepeatable, we propose to employ the best operational methodologies, establishing a culture of quality and reliability with our partners and building in this way the credibility and solidity of our offers as a way of guaranteeing customer loyalty and the conquest of new opportunities.
Based on a policy of internationalisation that aims to advertise on a global scale our artists and projects, we have been establishing strategic agreements and developing a network of partnerships with entities and cultural agents which are strongly rooted in the market. We are therefore opening new paths and exploring new ways of dissemination, affirmation and effective implementation of the artistic projects we produce, with special emphasis on booking tours relevant to the musicians we represent. As part of this strategy of consultancy and partnership, we are developing ambitious projects, including the conception and production of cultural events on a world scale such as festivals, concerts, fairs and exhibitions, workshops and masterclasses.
Our team is formed by highly experienced individuals, thus guaranteeing the utmost efficiency and professionalism in the services we offer.
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