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António Baptista


António Baptista


A finalist in the BA in Music Sciences at NOVA / FCSH, he is a fellow in the project The Anatomy of Late 15th- and Early 16th-Century Iberian Polyphonic Music: An Overall Analysis, Philology and Critical Editing of Surviving Repertories, from the Nucleus of Studies in Ancient Music of CESEM. He collaborated in the project of the catalog of the Historical Collection of the Monastery of Arouca between June 2016 and July 2017.
He presented the communications “O acervo histórico do Mosteiro de Arouca: recuperação e catalogação” with Zuelma Chaves and Cátia Silva in the Interdisciplinary Conference on Iberian Manuscripts (Lisbon, 19-21 October 2017) and “The (en)chanted words in Australian aborigines and Chinese traditional religious songs “at the International Conference on Music and Human Mobility (Lisbon, 7-9 June 2016).
He entered this degree after attending the Integrated Master in Civil Engineering at IST-UTL between 2008 and 2012 and the Integrated Master in Theology of the Faculty of Theology of the UCP between 2013 and 2015. In this last course, which studied in the context of attendance at the Major Seminary Patriarchal of Lisbon, studied the classical languages ​​Latin (I and II), Greek and Biblical Greek, Hebrew and published for the journal Fundamentum the article “Fenomenologia do corpo sexuado” (Lisbon, 2015).
With a great experience of Catholic liturgical choir singing for three years at the Patriarchal Seminary of Lisbon, several collaborations in the Coro Diocesano de Lisboa in various pontifical and for the current frequency in the course of Sacred Music in the Diocesan School of Sacred Music of the same diocese. He was part of the group of singers of the parish of S. Nicolau of the Diocese of Lisbon, now participating in various liturgical choirs of the parish of Nossa Senhora do Cabo de Linda-a-Velha sometimes as a leader.
He also has the musical projects: Romance group Sanct’Irene Ensemble, where he composes, interprets and investigates; and the group Samba da Calçada, where he is instrumentalist and singer.


Baptista, A. (2017). “A obra de Palestrina e Bartolucci nos Concílios Ecuménicos”, DaCapo, 12 Janeiro.

Baptista, A. (2016). “The (en)chanted words in Australian aborigenes and Chinese traditional religious songs”, Brasov, vol. 5, n. 1, 79-84.

Scholarship Reference: BIC #1 - PTDC/CPC-MMU/0314/20​14
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