The Westway Lab will take out the family silver, so to speak, on the last day of the festival. Lince, the brainchild of Guimarães native Sofia Ribeiro, will be the first on a night full of concerts in which all of the CCVF venues will be used. With Lince, the sweet and delicate voice of Sofia Ribeiro (who is also part of We Trust and There Must Be a Place) is accompanied by the classic sounds of the piano which is deftly joined by electronic instrumentals. The result is smooth, a breath of fresh air. Lince has a unique aesthetic, in form as well as in content. Each composition is keenly crafted and each melody worked out in the finest detail to produce a timeless sound. When listening to Lince, we get the hint of a fragrance, we see colors, we breathe in the sea air. We are absorbed into these ethereal sounds as if the celestial space itself could make music.