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Miso Music Portugal

Loudspeaker Orchestra

The Miso Music Portugal Loudspeaker Orchestra is a sound projection system designed for performing electroacoustic music, with and without the participation of instrumentalists.

The main aim is to introduce an element of interpretation into the performance of electroacoustic music and also to ritualize the act of performance, allowing for an expressive communication with audiences.

 

The system comprises a total of 50 loudspeakers, placed all round the concert hall, distributed both horizontally and vertically, in order to provide a wide range of sound plans and perspectives. A maximum of 32-distribution channels, especially configured for each work. All these parameters may be pre-programmed and saved in memory. In addition to the real-time intervention by a performer / conductor, it is also possible to automate the spatial variations and movements through computer software.

 

Jazz trio

Luís Filipe Martins (bass) | Luís Barrigas (keyboard) | Jorge Moniz (drums)

Jorge Moniz has worked, throughout his career as a professional musician, with ensembles that range from classical music to rock, blues, bossa nova, samba (namely with musicians Sílvia Názaro and Cláudio Kumar with the "Bossa e outras novas" project) and, mainly, Jazz. Luís Filipe Martins, double-bass player in several projects. Graduated in Jazz and created a free course in this genre at Luísa Todi Academy. Luís Barrigas, after graduating in Musical Education, begins several Jazz projects in 2006, particularly his trio with original compositions. Graduated in Jazz at ESML with João Paulo Esteves da Silva in 2013.

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Trio Jazz
 

Saturnia

Luís Simões

Saturnia is a Psychedelic Rock Artist from Lisbon, Portugal, a creation of multi instrumentalist producer Luís Simões on guitar, sitar, bass pedals, theremin, gong, organ, synthesizer, electric piano, mellotron and vocals.

Formed in the mid nineties by Luís Simões, originally intended to be a communal band, Saturnia ended up as a one-man album band, making extremely rare live appearances of Luís Simões, plus a guest musician.

 

Saturnia's stoned trance spiritual music is dominated by layers of synthesizers, organ, guitars or sitar that weave warm ambiences, alluring effects and drifting melodies around Cool grooves, toped by Simões's soft and haunting vocals.

 

Space Ensemble

An organic and mutant body of musicians based on exploration and complicities between its members, testing and adjusting instrumental and style approaches, according to the performances’ places and contexts.

A process of exploration which has developed throughout several editions of the “Space Festival” (dedicated to improvised music, taking place between 1999 and 2005), ending up as basis for several projects that since have visited all main venues in Portugal.

 

Crossing several artistic genres, focusing particularly on the film-concert format. Venturing on family-friendly and educational productions, having dealt with areas like mathematics, the environment or the collective memory of a specific territory.

 

Caterina Palazzi

Caterina Palazzi was born in Roma. She was the guitarist for the punk rock group the Barbie Killers. Beginning in 2000, she moved closer to jazz while attending the DAMS University (Arts, Music, and Show). From 2002 she attended the professional course at Saint Louis College of Music of Rome. She is also the composer and lider of the banda Sudoku Killer with rythms like jazz/noise/psychedelic. Caterina won the Jazzit Award in 2010, for best italian composer, and the Sudoku Killer recognized with the second best italian album. Between 2010 and 2015, she was tributed as best “New Talent” and rewarded with “TOP JAZZ” prize by popular italian magazine Musica Jazz.

 
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Gonçalo Simões

Born in Setúbal, initiated musical studies at Luísa Todi Academy of Music and Fine Arts.

 

Studied with António Menéres Barbosa before being admitted at the Lisbon Superior School of Music, studying piano, having graduated under the guidance of Jorge Moyano (piano), Olga Prats and Fernando Fontes (chamber music).

 

Gonçalo Simões was invited, after graduating, to work as accompanying pianist at the same school until 2010.

Participated in several piano and chamber music master classes and courses with Irina Vinogradova, Jörg Dëmus, Vitaly Margulis, Jura Margulis, Luiz de Moura Castro, Manuela Gouveia, Helena Sá e Costa, Ralf Nattkemper, Avedis Kouyoumdjian, Agne Stepina, Jiri Tomasek, Jeanette Fávaro-Reuter and Walter Moore.

In 2019 was invited to compose the soundtrack for the film “Shoes” and performed it live on the first edition of Film Fest.

 
Bruno Teixeira Trio

Bruno Teixeira Trio

Bruno Teixeira (handpan) | Sunil Pariyar (bamboo flute) Cheong Li (erhu)

Bruno Teixeira

Composer | Multi-instrumentalist | Music therapist

At twenty years of age Bruno started playing didgeridoo and percussion as well as practicing mantra, experiencing personal transformation through sound and music. In 2004 founds “PazPazes”, Multidisciplinary Organism of Human Cooperation, Formation and Development. Developed the Didgeridoo Triboo Club School, in 2006, and the Handpan House Club School, in 2015, the first of their kind in Portugal. Through PazPazes, Bruno has created projects connected with spirituality, education, sound therapy, music, arts and culture, etc. Promotes solo concerts as multi-instrumentalist. Co-created and participated in different projects using educational, ludic, therapeutic and meditative musical experiences.

Sunil Pariyar

Instrumentalist | Bamboo Flutes

At twenty years of age Bruno started playing didgeridoo and percussion as well as practicing mantra, experiencing personal transformation through sound and music. In 2004 founds “PazPazes”, Multidisciplinary Organism of Human Cooperation, Formation and Development. Developed the Didgeridoo Triboo Club School, in 2006, and the Handpan House Club School, in 2015, the first of their kind in Portugal. Through PazPazes, Bruno has created projects connected with spirituality, education, sound therapy, music, arts and culture, etc. Promotes solo concerts as multi-instrumentalist. Co-created and participated in different projects using educational, ludic, therapeutic and meditative musical experiences.

Cheong Li

Instrumentalist | Erhu

Cheong Li was born in Macau and grew up in Hong Kong. He graduated from the Chinese University, in Hong Kong, with a BA, in 2002, and a Master of Music (Composition), in 2004. He learned erhu (Chinese violin with two strings) from Hsin Hsiao-ling. After working as a music teacher and freelance composer for a few years, he deepened his studies at York University and obtained a doctorate in Music (Composition), in 2014, under the supervision of Professor Roger Marsh. His compositions were performed by the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Windpipe Chinese Music Ensemble, among others. As an erhu artist, he is particularly interested in improvisation and world music, performing in recent years in Portugal, the United Kingdom, Italy and Cyprus.

 
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