Arte no Tempo Talks

Isabel Soveral on EAW

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One of Portugal’s most illustrious composers, Isabel Soveral has been a lecturer in Composition, Music Theory and Music Analysis at the Department of Communication and Arts of the University of Aveiro (UA) since 1995, where she also coordinates the group of Composition, Theory and Technology of Music at INET-MD (Institute of Ethnomusicology – Centre for Studies in Music and Dance). As Director of CIME (Research Centre for Electroacoustic Music at UA), Soveral created the Electroacoustic Winds platform (EAW) in 2014, through which she envisages a range of activities, both in Portugal and abroad.
It is on the scope of EAW that the Electroacoustic Winds 2015 | I International Conference of Electroacoustic Music of Aveiro emerges, which is organized by CIME, INET-md and Arte no Tempo.

 

Nuria Schönberg-Nono: around music

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Music has always been part of her life. At her parent's house, Nuria Schönberg Nono (Barcelona, 1932) realized that her future wouldn't involve a career as a musician or as a composer. With Luigi Nono, she remained connected with the circle of musical creation and sharing. Her connection with the world has worked, throughout the years, has a demystifying link to the the art of music.  
On occasion of the UK Première of Prometeo - tragedia dell'ascolto, which concluded the festival Luigi Nono: Fragments of Venice (held at the Southbank Centre), Arte no Tempo talked to the founder of the Archivio Luigi Nono.
The 2013 edition of Música & Revolução at Casa da Música made us revisit our archive and bring this conversation to daylight.

Christophe Desjardins, or the inventive interpreter

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christophedesjardinsChristophe Desjardins (Caen, 1962) is a French violist with an impressive curriculum. He's soloist in one of the most prestigious ensembles dedicated to Contemporary Music - the Ensemble Intercontemporain (EIC) -, makes numerous premières, and there are several pieces dedicated to him by the composers he meets on his relentless mission as a New Music interpreter and promoter. Arte no Tempo (AnT) had the opportunity to talk with him on his last visit to Portugal (in November 2005).
On occasion of his return to Lisbon, for the 19th of January recital at Gulbenkian Foundation, AnT publishes this interview, initiating a cycle of discussions that we intend to publish on this site on a quarterly bases.