(+351) 918832027/20
cesem@fcsh.unl.pt

Jorge Miguel Gonçalves Graça

RESEARCHER IN TRAINING

Jorge Miguel Gonçalves Graça

Teacher
a57907@campus.fcsh.unl.pt
Biography:

Currently working on his PhD in Musical Sciences at the Nova School of Social Sciences and Humanities. He has a Masters Degree in Music Teaching (Saxophone) by the University of Aveiro (2016). Since 2014 he’s taught Saxophone, Chamber Music and Music and Informatic Technologies at the David de Sousa Conservatory of Music in Figueira da Foz. In the field of ethnomusicology, he has collaborated in the process of inscription of the “Cantar os Reis em Ovar” in the national heritage matrix. In collaboration with INETmd researchers he was editor and producer of the 42′ documentary which resulted of the collection of documentation for that proposal. He is a saxophonist and composer. He has appeared throughout the country with the Noscalla Saxophone quartet, of which he was a founding member. Presently he dedicates himself to solo projects with the focus on electronic music and technology-enhanced performance.[:en][:pt]Currently working on his PhD in Musical Sciences at the Nova School of Social Sciences and Humanities. He has a Masters Degree in Music Teaching (Saxophone) by the University of Aveiro (2016). Since 2014 he’s taught Saxophone, Chamber Music and Music and Informatic Technologies at the David de Sousa Conservatory of Music in Figueira da Foz. In the field of ethnomusicology, he has collaborated in the process of inscription of the “Cantar os Reis em Ovar” in the national heritage matrix. In collaboration with INETmd researchers he was editor and producer of the 42′ documentary which resulted of the collection of documentation for that proposal. He is a saxophonist and composer. He has appeared throughout the country with the Noscalla Saxophone quartet, of which he was a founding member. Presently he dedicates himself to solo projects with the focus on electronic music and technology-enhanced performance.