Artists João Pedro Oliveira

João Pedro Oliveira is born in 1959 in Lisbon (Portugal), he studied organ performance and composition at the Gregorian Institute of Lisbon and architecture at the Fine Arts School of Lisbon. In 1985, he moved to the United States as a Fulbright scholar with a fellowship from Gulbenkian Foundation where he completed a Master’s Degree in Theory and a Doctorate in Composition at the University of New York, Stony Brook (New York, USA). He is Senior Professor at the Universidade de Aveiro (Portugal) where he teaches compositions and electroacoustic music.

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João Pedro Oliveira

Lisbon (Portugal), 1959

Residence: Brazil

  • Composer

On the web

João Pedro Oliveira [Photo: Bea Borgers, Ohain (Belgium), October 24, 2018]
João Pedro Oliveira [Photo: Bea Borgers, Ohain (Belgium), October 24, 2018]
  • João Pedro Oliveira [Photo: Bea Borgers, Ohain (Belgium), October 24, 2018]

Selected works

Appearances

Pueblo Nuevo / PN 9789563987423 / 2019
Various artists
Musiques & Recherches / MR 2006 / 2007

Complements

Classic Concert Records / CCR 62035 / 2012
  • Not in catalogue
  • Not in catalogue
Various artists
ICMC / ICMC 09 / 2009
  • Not in catalogue
Various artists
Mnémosyne musique média / LDC 278082-83 / 2008
  • Not in catalogue
Various artists
Taukay / TAUKAY 130 / 2007
  • Not in catalogue
Various artists
Studio PANaroma / SPAN 199020737 / 2006
  • Not in catalogue
Various artists
Miso Records / MCD 013/014-04 / 2004
  • Not in catalogue
Various artists
Studio PANaroma / SPAN 199017216 / 2004
  • Not in catalogue

Blog

  • David Berezan [Photo: Irene Young, Berkeley (California, USA), December 2017]

    Yesterday at the 2nd Klang competition (Montpellier, France, 2015) Lightvessels by David Berezan was awarded the 1st prize and Hydatos by João Pedro Oliveira was awarded the 2nd prize.…

    Saturday, June 6, 2015 / General
  • The Foundation Destellos announced today the results of the 6th edition of its electroacoustic composition competition: the first prize was awarded to Daniel Judkovski for his work El exilio infinito. Three ex æquo second prizes have been a…

    Friday, July 26, 2013 / General
  • Francis Dhomont [Lisbon (Portugal), November 30, 2018]

    Ai-maako, the 11th Festival Internacional de Música Electroacústica de Chile, will take place on October 14 - 22, 2011 in Santiago and Valdivia (Chile). Works by Francis Dhomont, Federico Schumacher Ratti, Gilles Gobeil, João Pedro Oliveira…

    Saturday, October 15, 2011 / In concert

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