C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Patriarca, Eduardo Luís 




Eduardo Luís Patriarca was born at Oporto in 1970. He began his musical studies in 1974. In 1990 was admitted at the Composition Class at the ESMAE (Superior School of Music, Arts and Performance in Portio), where he studied with Cândido Lima, Filipe Pires, Amílcar Vasques Dias and António Pinho Vargas. In the areas as Electronic Music and Analysis he had as teachers Álvaro Salazar, Gunther Arglebe e José Luís Borges Coelho. Later at the Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa (Superior School of Music in Lisbon) he studied with António Pinho Vargas and Christopher Bochmann. At the same time he attended private classes wtih Jorge Peixinho, as well as seminars with Emmanuel Nunes, Wilfred Jenstchz, Gherard Staebler, António de Sousa Dias, Leo Brouwer and Philippe Hurel. In 2006 gave a conference on fractals and spectral music, and used the same subject for his master's degree at the Aveiro University, under the supervision of Isabel Soveral. Since 1991 he has taught Composition in Vila do Conde.
His music has been performed regulary in Portugal and abroad, and his works are published by the Portuguese Music Research & Information Centre (, AvA musical editions and MPMP.  In 2011 one should highlight the commission and performance of such Eduardo Patriarca's pieces as Ensō by the Harmos Festival Orchestra, Ixchel by the guitarist Margarita Escarpa and Zazen by percussionist Nuno Aroso; in 2012 – Processione for the Matosinhos String Quartet, Auat 4 by the flutist Nuno Inácio and the pianist Paulo Pacheco, Auat 1 by the pianist Raul da Costa. In August 2012 he participated with lectures on his work at the Temp'ora’s Meeting, Bordeaux 2012. 2013 brought the recording of Processione by the Matosinhos String Quartet, as well as Songs of Lemuria by the soprano Marina Pacheco and the pianist Olga Amaro. Currently Eduardo Patriarca has several projects with some of the young Portuguese musicians such as Frederic Cardoso, Jorge Lima or Black and White Sextet. For 2014 and 2015 he has scheduled the composition of Kōan, concerto for flute and orchestra, for Nuno Inácio, and he has also completed the Mayaana cycle for the Drumming – Percussion Group.




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