Students from three music schools in Portugal will participate in a 6-month training and creation project entitled “Poor Music,” directed by Filipa Francisco (choreographer), Pedro Tudela (visual and sound artist), Paulo Raposo and Filipe Reis (anthropologists), José Luís Bento Coelho (acoustic engineer), and Vera Mantero (choreographer).

 

Artistic Diretion Filipa Francisco, Pedro Tudela
Trainers Filipa Francisco, Filipe Reis, José Luís Bento Coelho, Paulo Raposo, Pedro Tudela, Vera Mantero
Studentes Adriana Martins Fernandes, Cíntia Filomena Paiva, Francisco Alpoim, Francisca Bonacho, Gonçalo Filipe da Luz Fernandes, Henrique Laurett, João Vicente, Leonie Asamoah, Liliyana Toma, Lucas Rei Ramos, Rúben Borges, Solange Miranda Azevedo, Vigdis Hansa Elst
Partners Escola de Música do Conservatório Nacional (Lisboa), Escola Superior de Música e Artes do Espectáculo (Porto), Escola Superior de Artes Aplicadas (Castelo Branco)
Production  BoCA
Co-production Cine-Teatro Avenida, Teatro Nacional D. Maria II, Teatro Nacional São João
Support  Fundação GDA

 

Fundação Millennium BCP is exclusive sponsor of the BoCA educational programme

 
 

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  • ECOTEMPORÂNEOS: Mamadou Ba

    10 April 2021
    JARDIM DO MUSEU DE LISBOA (CAMPO GRANDE 245, 1700-091 LISBOA)

    ECOTEMPORÂNEOS

    Ecotemporaries is a project that links literature with the green spaces of the city of Lisbon. Open, inclusive and accessible, in each session a new guest chooses a book and connects it to the green space where the public gathers. It has the presence of a sign language interpreter and the free distribution of the books printed in braille.

    Guest: Mamadou Ba (activist, translator, SOS Racism leader)
    Chosen book: "Erosão” by Gisela Casimiro
    Green space: Jardim do Museu de Lisboa

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  • ECOTEMPORÂNEOS: Beatriz Batarda

    24 April 2021
    JARDIM DO MUSEU DE LISBOA (CAMPO GRANDE 245, 1700-091 LISBOA)

    ECOTEMPORÂNEOS

    Ecotemporaries is a project that links literature with the green spaces of the city of Lisbon. Open, inclusive and accessible, in each session a new guest chooses a book and connects it to the green space where the public gathers. It has the presence of a sign language interpreter and the free distribution of the books printed in braille.

    Guest: Beatriz Batarda (actress)
    Chosen book: "Caderno de Memórias Coloniais" by Isabela Figueiredo
    Green space: Jardim do Museu de Lisboa

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