Rita Faleiro is a PhD student in Musicology at the University of Évora, Master in Music Teaching (Piano) at ISEIT – Almada, under the guidance of Professor Paulo Oliveira, and holds a degree in Piano and History – Archeology at the University of Évora. She has worked as a piano teacher in several institutions and conservatories. She has also organized several Masterclasses and competitions (such as the First Music Competition of Bemposta and the 1st Piano Masterclass of Bemposta with pianist Miguel Sousa). He also participated in several editions of the “Sé de Évora School of Music”, as well as several workshops and masterclasses in the areas of Gregorian chant (integrated in the Gregorian Studies Weeks promoted by the Ward Center of Lisbon), Choral Conducting (with conducters as Paulo Lourenço and Paulo Brandão) and piano, with renowned pianists such as Filipe Pinto Ribeiro, Sequeira Costa and Liudmila Roschina. Currently, her academic work focuses mainly on the investigation of Portuguese sacred music from the end of the late XVIIIth century and early 19th century. The subject of her doctoral thesis is the study, transcription and analysis of the concerted psalms produced and used in the service of the cathedral in Évora, with the perspective of being able to critically insert this musical genre in the Portuguese musical scene. She is currently part of the team from the project “Música Sacra in Évora in the XVIIIth century, belonging to the University of Évora and in partnership with CESEM – Évora, under the coordination of Dr. Filipe Mesquita de Oliveira.