He’s a PhD candidate in Musicology at the University of Évora. He holds a Master’s Degree in Musical Sciences from the FCSH of the Nova University of Lisbon and Licenciate’s Degree in Musicology from the University of Évora. He is a member of the University of Évora branch of CESEM- Sociology and Musical Aesthetics Research Centre and the MPMP – Patrimonial Movement for the Portuguese Music, in the MPMP Editions and the Glosas magazine, and is also a consultant for ACROARTE conservation and restoration studio. From 2011 to 2012 he was awarded a grant for the cataloguing of the musical fund o the Capitular Archive of Angra Cathedral and, from 2014 to 2015, was a scholarship holder in the ORFEUS FCT project. He founded the Ensemble da Sé de Angra in 2012 and, in 2013, the Ensemble Eborensis recording a CD of Cistercian plainchant in 2015 for project ORFEUS with concerts in Portugal, Azores and France. His research interests focus on sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Portuguese vocal polyphony and plainchant sources, mostly related to the city of Évora, and on music in the Azores archipelago since the settlement to late-nineteenth century.
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