Maria Isabel Amaro da Silva Pina

Maria Isabel Amaro da Silva Pina

Biography:

Isabel Pina holds a PhD in Musicology from NOVA University of Lisbon, School of Social Sciences and Humanities, having benefited from an FCT PhD grant (SRFH/BD/131591/2017). She is mainly interested in the research on history of music in Portugal in the 19th and 20th centuries, music and ideology, nationalism, neoclassicism, musical analysis, periodical press and musical criticism, themes around which she has published and participated in several national and international congresses. In July 2022 she defended her doctoral thesis entitled “Towards a genealogy of musical creation in Portugal in the 20th century: the posterity of Luís de Freitas Branco and the concept of school of composition”. Isabel Pina is a researcher at the Centre for the Study of the Sociology and Aesthetics of Music, where she is a member of the Research Group in Critical Theory and Communication, a collaborator of SociMus: Advanced Studies in the Sociology of Music, and one of the founders and coordinators of the Study Group for Music in the Periodical Press.

Publications and other outputs:

Pina, Isabel. “Companheira, mensageira e apaziguadora de ânimos: Maria Helena de Freitas e o «mestre», através da sua correspondência com Fernando Lopes-Graça”. In Musical Trouble: after Buttler…, 69-83. Vila Nova de Famalicão, Portugal: Húmus, 2021.

Pina, Isabel. “O crepúsculo do velho Teatro de S. João: Wagner, Puccini e a chegada da modernidade”. In O Velho Teatro de S. João (1798-1908): Teatro e Música no Porto do Longo Século XIX, 451-474. Porto, Portugal: Edições Afrontamento, 2020.

Pina, Isabel. “«O que representa a música para nós como forma de cultura, em que medida a prezamos, como a conseguimos valorizar»: a crítica musical enquanto crítica nacional na imprensa periódica do século XX”. In Para uma história do jornalismo em Portugal, 511-527. Lisboa, Portugal: Livros ICNOVA, 2020.

Pina, Isabel. “O integralismo musical de Luís de Freitas Branco: de Viriato a Camões”. Revista Portuguesa de Musicologia 5 2 (2018): 357-387. http://rpm-ns. pt/index.php/rpm/article/view/356.