About

Portuguese-Azorean musicologist. Works in 16th- and 17th-century Iberian polyphony and plainchant, and music in the Azores archipelago from the settlement to late 19th century. Director of Ensemble Eborensis.

Education

2015- 

PhD in Musicology, University of Évora.

2012-2015 Master Degree in Musicology, Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, NOVA University of Lisbon

2007-2011 Licenciate Degree in Musicology, University of Évora

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Projects


  • PhD Project “Late Portuguese Polyphony: The problem of continuity in the sacred work of Diogo Dias Melgaz and Pedro Vaz Rego” (FCT SFRH/BD/131505/2017)

  • The Angra do Heroísmo Historical Soundscape Project

  • CANTVS AZORICVS – Plainchant Books in the Azores

  • Évora Historical Soundscapes (1540-1910), CESEM/University of Évora

  • Sacred Music in Évora during the Eighteenth Century, CESEM/University of Évora

  • ORFEUS – The Tridentine Reformation and Music in the Silence of the Cloister – The Monastery of S. Bento de Cástris (FCT EXPL/EPH-PAT/2253/2013)

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