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Felipe de Almeida Ribeiro - Composition


Felipe de Almeida Ribeiro has a Doctorate in Musical Composition (Ph.D.) from the State University of New York at Buffalo (United States), where he studied composition and computer music under the guidance of Cort Lippe. In 2008, Ribeiro obtained a master's degree at the University of Victoria (Canada) studying composition with Dániel Péter Biró and Gordon Mumma, as well as computer music with Andrew Schloss. In 2019-2020 he completed a Post-Doctorate at the Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover (Germany) with a scholarship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (AvH), under the supervision of Ming Tsao. His music has been performed and awarded awards at festivals and concert halls in the United States, Canada, Germany, Spain, Hungary, Brazil, England, Mexico, Argentina, and performed by artists such as Vertixe Sonora (Spain), Ensemble Adapter (Germany ), SONOR ensemble (Spain), Ralf Ehlers (Arditti Quartet), New York New Music Ensemble (USA), Luciane Cardassi (Brazil/Canada), Norbbotten Neo (Sweden), Thresensemble (Hungary), Catarina Domenici (Brazil), Iracema de Andrade (Brazil/Mexico), Arditti Quartet (United Kingdom), Jack Quartet (USA), Bozzini Quartet (Canada), Jean Kopperud (USA), Aventa Ensemble (Canada), Nieuw Ensemble (Netherlands), Magnus Anderson, Pascal Gallois and Rohan of Saram. He is currently an Associate Professor at the School of Music and Fine Arts of Paraná, campus of the State University of Paraná, teaching composition, theory, acoustics and musical technology. He is leader of the Núcleo Música Nova Research Group, coordinator of LaMuSA (Embap music, sonology and audio laboratory), editor of Revista Vórtex (ISSN 2317-9937) and general coordinator of SiMN (International Symposium on New Music).

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