João Casimiro Almeida

João Casimiro Almeida João Casimiro Almeida is one of the most renowned Portuguese pianists of his generation, with a vast and recognized musical experience. He has an extensive and versatile repertoire, frequently playing solo, chamber music and with orchestra. João regularly performs in the most prestigious concert halls in the country, and also maintaining an […]

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Katharine Rawdon

Katharine Rawdon The American Flutist enjoys a multifacted career as performer, teacher, and composer. Originally from California, she resides in Portugal since 1988, performing as a soloist in recitals and concerti, as a chamber musician with a special interest in contemporary music. She was Principal Flute of the Orquestra Sinfónica Portuguesa during 25 years.She has

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Francisco Cipriano

Francisco Cipriano Francisco Cipriano [b.1998] attended the Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa, where he studied with Pedro Carneiro, Jeffrey David and Richard Buckley and where he obtained his degree. He is currently studying at the Hochschule fur Kunst Bern with Brian Archinal. In 2019, Francisco won a scholarship offered by the Hochschule fur Kunst

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Catherine Strynckx

Catherine Strynckx Catherine Strynckx, a highly accomplished French cellist, has pursued an impressive musical journey with diverse influences and achievements. Her extensive education took her to prominent musical hubs like Paris, Prague, Basel, and the Menuhin Academy in Switzerland. Along the way, she had the privilege of learning from renowned musicians such as G. Kurtag,

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Elizabeth Davis

Elizabeth Davis Elizabeth Davis is a renowned musician, celebrated for her expertise in percussion and timpani. She graduated in music from Nottingham University and obtained distinctions in percussion and timpani from the Royal Academy of Music in London. Her mentors included musicians like James Blades, Alan Cumberland, and Robert Hinze. Notably, she became the first

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