Felipe de Almeida Ribeiro

Clarinet, Guitar, Computer (BRA)

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Born in Curitiba, Brazil, Felipe de Almeida Ribeiro (1980) is a composer of instrumental and electroacoustic music. He began studying composition in 2002 at the Universidade Federal do Paraná (Brazil) with composer Rodolfo Coelho de Souza. After writing compositional studies for instruments and for computer, he began a masters program in 2006 under the guidance of Dániel Péter Biró at the University of Victoria (Canada). Still in Victoria, British Columbia, he studied electronic music in diverse courses with radio-drum performer Andrew Schloss. During his masters, he had also the chance to work with American composer Gordon Mumma, and in 2008 moved to Buffalo NY in order to start a PhD at the State University of New York at Buffalo (USA) with Cort Lippe. He concentrated his research on writing music for ensemble and computer, resulting in works for live-electronics, acousmatics, as well as with computer-assisted-composition software. During his study years, he had the opportunity to participate in different workshops/summer courses with great composers that deeply contributed to develop his aesthetic and poetics, such as Roger Reynolds, Matthias Pintscher, Helmut Lachenmann, Steve Reich, Hilda Paredes, Brian Ferneyhough, Philippe Manoury, Charles Wuorinen, Murray Schaefer, Chaya Czernowin, Georges Aperghis, Wolfgang Rihm, Manos Tsangaris, Klaus Lang, Jon Appleton, and many more. As an academic and artist, Dr. Ribeiro has received several Prizes and Grants, such as the Funarte Composition Prize (2019, 2016 and 2012), the Presidential Fellowship at SUNY Buffalo (2008-2011), the Graduate Study Award and Fellowship Master Level - School of Music Nominee (University of Victoria, Canada, 2007), the NE/BAM Brazilian Composer's Competition (finalist, Netherlands), and selected as a composer for diverse festivals, such as the ExperimentalStudio des SWR matrix13 (Germany, 2013) and at the Goethe-Institut Buenos Aires, Bienal de Munich/Festival Internacional de Novo Teatro Musical (Argentina, 2015). His music has been performed in South America, North America and Europe, such as June in Buffalo (USA), Matrix10 ExperimentalStudio (Germany), Bartók Festival (Hungary), Going North (England, Canada), SiMN (Brazil), Bienal Música Hoje (Brazil), Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik Darmstadt (Germany), Banff Center (Canada), VI Festival Contemporâneo Pelotas (Brazil), Ignite! (Canada), Goethe Institut Porto Alegre (Brazil), and performed by artists such as Tsilumos Ensemble (Canada), the New York New Music Ensemble (USA), Luciane Cardassi (Canada), Norbbotten Neo (Sweden), THReNSeMBle (Hungary), Catarina Domenici (Brazil), Ralf Ehlers / Arditti Quartet (UK), Jack Quartet (USA), Bozzini Quartet (Canada), Jean Kopperud (USA), Aventa Ensemble (Canada), Nieuw Ensemble (Netherlands), Magnus Anderson, Pascal Gallois, and Rohan de Saram. Dr. Ribeiro is currently part of the Universidade Estadual do Paraná faculty (Brazil), teaching courses on Composition, Electroacoustic Music, and Musical Acoustics, and part-time instructor at the Graduate Studies Program of the Universidade Federal do Paraná (Brazil). He is also member of the LaMuSA (Laboratory of Music, Sonology, and Audio), a laboratory dedicated to the research and study of music and technology, and director of the new music research group Núcleo Música Nova. As an academic, he is editor-in-chief of the Vortex Music Journal (ISSN 2317-9937) – an open-access journal dedicated to diverse music topics –, director of the SiMN (International Symposium of New Music), and member of the Ensemble Móbile, a group dedicated to new music performance in Brazil. E-mail: felipe.ribeiro@unespar.edu.br. Website: www.Almeida-Ribeiro.com