MUSIVUS -

IN MEMORIAM

JORGE

PEIXINHO

ISABEL

SOVERAL

/JORGE

MACHADO

/JOÃO

COUTINHO

/EVGUENI 

ZOUDILKINE

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mūsīvus, a, um, adj. musa, de ou da pertença das musas, artístico
—Como subst.: mūsīvum, i, n., = μουσεῖον, trabalho em mosaico, mosaico

 

In the next session of the MUSIVUS project, which will take place on the 03rd of March, we start a new segment entitled MUSIVUS in memoriam. The MUSIVUS Project maintains its format where, in an informal context, the work of a composer will be presented in a conversation open to the public. However, this segment focuses on a late 20th / 21st century composer, with a conversation between a guest composer and a performer who have directly contacted the composer in focus.

The second segment in memoriam will be about Composer Jorge Peixinho, with the guests of this session being Composer Isabel Soveral, Cellist Jorge Machado, Flutist João Coutinho and Composer Evgueni Zoudilkine. The session will take place in the Maestro Frederico de Freitas Auditorium, at the Sociedade Portuguesa de Autores, at Av. Duque de Loulé, 31, in Lisbon, at 9pm.

 

As an activity promoted by the Portuguese Association of Composers (APC), project MUSIVUS proposes to divulge contemporary vanguard music, both in its compositional and interpretative component, focusing particularly on Portuguese music. In this sense, the project offers to a broad public the possibility to contact with the intimate reality both of the creation process of vanguard music and the multiplicity of processes involved in the interpretation of recently created works.

The second session of the fifth cycle of this project will be held next 03rd March with the presence of Composer Isabel Soveral, who will be talking with the Cellist Jorge Machado, Flutist João Coutinho and Composer Evgueni Zoudilkine about the work and importance of Composer Jorge Peixinho.

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