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Evolution of the trombone in Portugal in the last 20 years (2017)

Ricardo Manuel Pinheiro Almeida
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Name: Ricardo Manuel Pinheiro Almeida Main Subject: Classical Bass Trombone Research Supervisor: Pete Saunders Title of Research: Evolution of the trombone in Portugal in the last 20 years Research Question: How did this happen? Positive and negative points Summary of Results: This paper looks at the situation concerning Portuguese trombone players who have left their home country to study or work abroad and is written by a member of that growing community. It looks at the circumstances in Portugal over the last 20 years that have led to this exodus, and studies through interviews and a questionnaire what the consequences, both good and bad, have been for those who have taken this step. In this research certain aspects will be approached such as the importance of the bands in the development of the musician, the incentives created so that there were a growing number of students of music or analysis made to the number of music schools created in this space of time. Biography: Ricardo Almeida was born on May 21, 1990. He began his musical studies at the age of 15 in the Band of his city Seia Band. At the age of 16 he joined the music conservatory of Seia. In 2010 he started his career at ESART (Escola Superior de Artes Aplicadas) - Castelo Branco, where he graduated in 2013 and joined the Master's Degree in Education that same year. In the year of 2015 he entered the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague in the Master in Performance. He was a member of JOP - Young Portuguese Orchestra in the year 2014. In 2016 he was part of the IFFR - International Film Festival Rotterdam project. He also collaborated with Orquestra XXI in the year 2016 and with the ESART Orchestra as a student of this institution.
typeresearch exposition
date24/09/2015
published11/09/2017
last modified11/09/2017
statuslimited publication
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/216658/299738
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