The third Seminar of the second cycle of the IpC Project will take place on the 25th of January, with the guidance of Saxophonist Henrique Portovedo.
This project consists of a set of five seminars dedicated to young composers, performers and conductors, focusing on the writing and interpretation of contemporary instrumental music. The Seminars will be guided by professional interpreters, having as main thematic object the detail of the relationship between writing and contemporary music interpretation techniques, with a practical component of experimenting with materials to be carried out with the interpreters who will guide each session.
10h-13h: Presentation of techniques on the instrument
13h-14.30h: Lunch (included in the registration fee)
14.30h-16h: Presentation of techniques and repertoire
16.30h-20h: Reading and Experimenting with Participants
8.30 pm: Dinner (included in the registration fee)
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Note: there is a limit of 20 registrations per session. In these 20 registrations, there is also a limit of 5 Participants - category that provides for sending materials for experimentation and reading. If the number of entries exceeds this number, the materials to be worked will be at the discretion of the invited Interpreter.
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