Há Lobos sem ser na Serra, in February 2017 they released a self-titled debut album: Há Lobos sem ser na Serra - "Cantares do Sul e da Utopia". The album is based entirely on the live show, covering the songs that represent the idea of freedom and utopia from the south of Portugal, the southern polyphonies, Cante Alentejano, viola campaniça and percussions, between traditional and reinvented approaches, it create a fresh sound, a desire to continue to celebrate this immense south with old sounds and new ones, which are part of the collective imagination. The group has a strong visual component - the shows have live digital drawing.
Há Lobos sem ser na Serra - "Cantares do Sul e da Utopia" have three musicians from Alentejo and a visual artist in an intimate spectacle.
David Pereira (Viola Campaniça and vocals), was born on May 24, 1992. He has always been linked to the Viola Campaniça and the Cante Alentejano. He currently belongs to several projects related to Traditional Music, rehearser of choral groups, monitor of Cante Alentejo in pre-school education as well as monitor of Viola Campaniça in the schools of Castro Verde and senior university.
Bernardo Espinho (vocals, percussion), a musician from Beja. His music is based on traditional Portuguese music, more specifically Cante Alentejano and Fado. He began his career in the Coral Group "Os Bubedanas" at the age of 16. At age of 17, he joined the Grupo Adiafa and in the group A Moda Mãe (where he recorded his first album). At the moment he participates in Vozes do Alentejo as soloist, and started his solo career in 2015. He has participated in several shows with Portuguese artists of great importance like: António Zambujo, Rui Veloso, Ricardo Ribeiro, Celina da Piedade, Julio Resende, Couple Coffee, Rogério Charraz, Paulo de Carvalho, Janita Salomé, João Frade and Rão Kyao.
António Bexiga (Viola campaniça, percussions, melodica, piano, vocals), was born in Évora in 1976. He studied piano and classical guitar, and later on jazz guitar. He went through several projects from rock, experimental music, fusion and improvised music. Then he discovered the root music and the pleasure of turning it inside out. In the last years, he has been dedicated to the exploration of the traditional repertoire and of a particular instrument: viola campaniça (Alentejo), that has placed in different musical contexts. He has several works in cinema, theater, contemporary dance and puppet theater. He has regular workshops on sound exploration and musical creativity. Recent projects: music - Uxu Kalhus, No Mazurka Band, Bicho do Mato, O Cerco, O Rijo, Vozes do Alentejo, Celina da Piedade, among others. Cinema: One day in My Life, Cova do Vapor (Common Place), Theater: New Tales of Wine (Pim Theater), Contemporary Dance: Unstable (Luís Marrafa) Dance the Street and Improvizo a la dans (Cia Sara Garcia, Esp. ). Puppet Theater: Dolls & Bells with Manuel Dias. Music and Cuisine: Gourmet Bell with Cheff André Lopes.
Cristina Viana (live digital drawing), Cristina makes illustrations and paintings. Sometimes on paper with watercolors as if they were gouaches, with chinese ink, with pencils or felt-tip pens and sometimes with an unpainted pen that, attached to the computer, shows on a wall or cloth, creatina a live drawing. The themes are always invented, stolen from the life of the village tough guys and the city's sloths.