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Luzia Aurora Rocha

INTEGRATED RESEARCHER

Luzia Aurora Rocha

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Researcher
luzia.rocha@fcsh.unl.pt
Biography:

Luzia Aurora Rocha studied Musicology in Lisbon (Portugal) and Innsbruck (Austria), earning a PhD in Musicology from the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa in 2012 with a dissertation on Portuguese Baroque Musical Iconography. She is currently a research fellow at the Centre for the Study of the Sociology and Aesthetics of Music (CESEM), with part-time teaching duties at the Department of Musicology of the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa (NOVA FCSH); she also coordinates the Musical Iconography Thematic Line at CESEM. Her work spans the fields of Musicology, Musical Iconography, Organology, Semiotics and Cultural Studies with a focus on issues of production, reception, cataloguing of sources and cultural transfer. She has taught at several higher education and university institutions (Instituto Piaget, INUAF, Metropolitan Orchestra and Universidade Lusíada de Lisboa) in the areas of Music History, Musical Iconography, Organology, Pedagogy and Didactics. Luzia Aurora Rocha holds a Merit Prize from NOVA University (1999) and benefited from a PhD grant (FCT, 2006) and two post-doctoral research grants (The Orient Foundation, 2015; CESEM, 2017) before she applied successfully for a contract as a researcher (2019-). Rocha is the author of Cantate Dominum – Música e Espiritualidade no Azulejo Barroco (Colibri, 2015), Opera & Caricatura – o Teatro de S. Carlos na obra de Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro (Colibri, 2010), co-author of Musical Images: Iconographic-Musical Itinerary (Althum, 2019), editor of Iconografia Musical: Autores de Países Ibero-Americanos e das Caraíbas (2015) and co-editor of Iconografia Musical: Organologia, Construtores e Prática Musical em Diálogo (2017), Iconografia Musical: Temas Portugueses (2020). Her work has appeared in peer-reviewed and web-of-science indexed journals such as Acta Musicologica, Studia Musicologica, Journal of Musicological Research and Musica Hodie. She presented her work abroad, by invitation and as a keynote speaker in Mexico, Brazil, Cuba, USA, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Russia, China and Japan.

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Publications:

ROCHA, Luzia. Cegos, Sociedade e Música no Barroco Português in Cuadernos de Iconografia, Universidad Autónoma de México, vol. IV, número 1, Julho de 2017, (publicação em livro e electrónica). http://www.cuadernosdeiconografia.posgrado.unam.mx/musica/cuadernos/index.php/CIM/article/view/58/58

ROCHA, Luzia. Música, Arte e Sociedade: os Anões Músicos no Século XVIII em Portugal in Acta Musicologica, International Musicological Society, LXXXVIII/1 (2016) Baerenreiter: Basel, Kassel, London, New York, Praha. ISSN: 001-6241.

ROCHA, Luzia. (2015) Cantate Dominum – Música e Espiritualidade no Azulejo Barroco, Lisboa, CESEM/Edições Colibri  (ISBN: 978-989-689-483-2).

ROCHA, Luzia (2010). Ópera & Caricatura: O Teatro de S. Carlos na obra de Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro. Lisboa, Edições Colibri/Centro de Estudos de Sociologia e Estética Musical, vol. 1 e 2, pp. 1-122. (ISBN: 978-989-689-044-5 e 978-989-689-067-4).

ROCHA, Luzia. Música, Arte e Sociedade: os Anões Músicos no Século XVIII em Portugal in Acta Musicologica, International Musicological Society, LXXXVIII/1 (2016) Baerenreiter: Basel, Kassel, London, New York, Praha. ISSN: 001-6241.

ROCHA, Luzia. (2015) Cantate Dominum – Música e Espiritualidade no Azulejo Barroco, Lisboa, CESEM/Edições Colibri  (ISBN: 978-989-689-483-2).

ROCHA, Luzia (2010). Ópera & Caricatura: O Teatro de S. Carlos na obra de Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro. Lisboa, Edições Colibri/Centro de Estudos de Sociologia e Estética Musical, vol. 1 e 2, pp. 1-122. (ISBN: 978-989-689-044-5 e 978-989-689-067-4).

ROCHA, Luzia. (2006). “Caricature in Portugal during the nineteenth century: the production and reception of Wagner’s work in the S. Carlos theatre depicted in Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro’s caricatures” in Imago Musicae – International Yearbook of Musical Iconography. s.l.: Libreria Musicale Italiana, pp. 171-192. (ISBN: 88-7096-438-8).

Thematic Lines and Research Nucleuses:

Musical Iconography NIM

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