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Research Team - Equipa

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Project team

 

Paulo Ferreira Lopes (Principal Investigator)

 

Between 1988 and 1991 studied in Lisbon composition with Constança Capdeville.
In 1994 Paulo Ferreira-Lopes  moved to Paris. Between 1995 and 1997 studied in Paris composition with Emmanuel Nunes, Antoine Bonnet and Computer Music with Curtis Roads. In 1996 he received a Master in  Composition at the University of Paris VIII  under the advice of Horacio Vaggione.
In 1996 further studies in composition with Karlheinz Stockhausen at the  "Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik", Darmstadt. Also in 1996, distinguished as Researcher with a scholarship of the French Government by the "Ministere de la Recherche" at the  "Departement d’Esthétique et Technologies des Arts" of  University of Paris VIII . In 1997, composition-prize at the exhibition "Documenta X" in Kassel, Germany. 
Founder and Director (between 1992/95) of the Electronic Music Studio C.C.I.M. 
Founder and Director (2000) of the Summer Workshops - olhAres de Outono at  Univesity Catholic Porto.
Since 1998, artist in residence and researcher at ZKM - Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie - Karlsruhe  Germany. 
Since 2002, member from the European Parlament of Culture .  In 2004 he received the Doctor  degree from the University of Paris VIII.
Since June 2004,  Director from the Research Centre for Science and Technology in Art CITAR  and Professor  at Portuguese Catholic University
Since 2007 invited Professor at Karlsruhe Music University - Music Informatic Departement.
In 2004 his work was selected by the International Society for Contemporary Music to represent Portugal in the World Music Days 2004.
Paulo Ferreira-Lopes works has been produced in international festivals - Musica STRASBOURG, MUSICAVIVA, Estoril Summer Festival, documenta X - Essen, Biennal S. Paulo, ZKM-Karlsruhe, World Music Day’s,  Gulbenkian Fondation, Expo 98 Portugal , through  important ensembles of the contemporary artistic scnene as AccrocheNote, OrchestrUtopica , Ensemble Modern Frankfurt, etc.

 

 

 

 

Carlos Caires

Compositor e professor da Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa.

Doutorado pela Universidade de Paris VIII em 2006, como bolseiro da Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia/MCES. DEA pela Universidade de Paris VIII (2001). Bacharelato em Composição na ESML, orientado por C. Capdeville e C. Bochmann.

Responsável pelo departamento de composição da Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa. 

Co-fundador da Ricercare-Associação Musical (1995) e da OrchestrUtopica (2001).

 

 

Antonio de Sousa Dias

Compositor e investigador.

Doutorado em Musicologia (Paris 8) e diplomado com o Curso Superior de Composição (Conservatório Nacional de Lisboa). Foi professor na Escola Superior de Música Lisboa, no Conservatório Nacional de Lisboa e na Universidade de Paris 8. Membro do grupo ColecViva, colabora desde 1992 com o Grupo Música Nova e, presentemente, participa, com o grupo Les Phonogénistes, nos projectos Vertiges de l’Espace e Vertiges de l’image.

Na sua produção musical a composição de música para cinema e televisão possui particular importância, tendo-o levado a iniciar um trabalho de investigação no sector da criação musical e ambientes virtuais conduzindo actualmente aos domínios do multimédia e da instalação, como Natureza Morta – Stillife ou a série Tonnetz, onde os instrumentos digitais que concebe ou transcreve encontram as suas aplicações no seu trabalho como compositor e investigador.

 

 

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