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Revista Portuguesa de Musicologia | Call for papers 2023

The Portuguese Journal of Musicology (RPM) new series is a peer-reviewed academic journal jointly published by SPIM (Portuguese Society for Music Research) and the research centres: CESEM (Centre for the Study of Sociology and Aesthetics of Music) and INET-md (Institute of Ethnomusicology – Centre for Studies in Music and Dance). The RPM new series is...
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18 Oct 2022

Camber opera NÃO HÁ MACHADO QUE CORTE

AREPO – Contemporary Opera and Arts, presents the camber opera NÃO HÁ MACHADO QUE CORTE, with music by Luís Soldado, libretto by Rui Zink and staged by Linda Valadas. NÃO HÁ MACHADO QUE CORTE premieres September 30, at CAC – Centro de Artes e Criatividade de Torres Vedras with four more presetations on October 1,...
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18 Oct 2022

Camber opera NÃO HÁ MACHADO QUE CORTE

AREPO – Contemporary Opera and Arts, presents the camber opera NÃO HÁ MACHADO QUE CORTE, with music by Luís Soldado, libretto by Rui Zink and staged by Linda Valadas. NÃO HÁ MACHADO QUE CORTE premieres September 30, at CAC – Centro de Artes e Criatividade de Torres Vedras with four more presetations on October 1,...
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Filipa Magalhães publishes new article

The article “Musicological Archaeology and Constança Capdeville” by Filipa Magalhães has been published in TDR: The Drama Review! The article is available at https://www.doi.org/10.1017/S1054204322000302. It includes an experiment carried out by two pianists: João Paulo Santos e Filipe Manzano Tordo!
13 Oct 2022

Project “Salve Regina revisitada” – Ensemble Kantika

Ensemble Kantika is thrilled to be presenting two very special concerts in Portugal, at the Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa (Small auditorium, 15 October) and at the magnificent gothic church of the Monastery of Batalha (16 October). We will be singing our brand new programme (a heritage premiere!) “Salve regina revisitada”: Chants for the...
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13 Oct 2022

Project “Salve Regina revisitada” – Ensemble Kantika

Ensemble Kantika is thrilled to be presenting two very special concerts in Portugal, at the Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa (Small auditorium, 15 October) and at the magnificent gothic church of the Monastery of Batalha (16 October). We will be singing our brand new programme (a heritage premiere!) “Salve regina revisitada”: Chants for the...
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13 Oct 2022

THE BLUE KNIGHT: CHARLES ROSEN 1927-2012

The title of the colloquium refers to the title of a magazine of exceptional historical importance, Der blaue Reiter. Published during the first decade of the 20th Century, the magazine became an important vehicle for spreading new and radical ideas about art, a place for sharing experiences between Schönberg e Kandinskij, which was rich in...
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6 Oct 2022

XII International Colloquium Arts for Childhood and Social and Human Development

A story. In 2010, celebrating the creation of CESEM’s Laboratory of Music and Communication in Childhood at the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of the NOVA University of Lisbon, the International Colloquium on Music, Communication and Human Development took place at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foudation. Joining professionals with different backgrounds, united by the sharing...
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