A notable Portuguese violinist with a brilliant international career, he was considered by Gramophone and The Strad magazines as one of the best interpreters of Fritz Kreisler’s works. He studied in Paris with Jacqueline Lefèvre and with master Ivry Gitlis. During the years in which he lived in Paris he met regularly with Yehudi Menhuin, who guided him as violinist. In Austria, Vienna, studied with Dora Shwarzberg. Carlos Damas was invited by UNESCO to promote multiculturalism through music, and participated as a soloist with the Czech National Orchestra, in the commemorating concert of UNESCO 70 years. Carlos Damas has a Master in Musical Arts and a PhD in Psychology and Pedagogy of Music. He is invited Assistant Professor at Évora University.
Damas, C. (2019). The Evaluation of Music Performance Anxiety in Portuguese Classical Musicians. GPH – Journal of Social Science and Humanities Research, 2(02), 01-12. Retrieved from http://www.gphjournal.org/index.php/ssh/article/view/184
Damas, C. (2018). A Espiritualidade e a Música. Retrieved from https://pontosj.pt/opiniao/a-espiritualidade-e-a-musica/
Damas, C. (2017). Avaliação da Prevalência da Ansiedade Relativa ao Desempenho Musical em Músicos de música Erudita. Revista de Educação Artística, 17, 51-59.