Interview with Ana Taglianetti, Daniel Souza and Fernando Bustamante about the Teatro Musical Project at UFMG



Theatre, Musicals, Popular music, Singing, Belting, Broadway, Disney




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Author Biography

Fausto Borém, University Federal of Minas Gerais (UFMG) (Brazil)

Full Professor at the School of Music at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), where he created the Master's in Music and the Per Musi Magazine. He is a CNPq researcher since 1994 and his research results include a book, three book chapters, dozens of articles on performance practices and their interfaces (composition, analysis, musicology, ethnomusicology and music education) in national and international journals, dozens of score editions and recital presentations in major national and international double bass events. He has received several awards in Brazil and abroad as a soloist, theorist, composer and teacher. He has played with classical musicians such as Yo-Yo Ma, Midori, Menahen Pressler, Yoel Levi, Fábio Mechetti, Luiz Otávio Santos, Arnaldo Cohen, Antônio Menezes and popular musicians such as Hermeto Pascoal, Egberto Gismonti, Henry Mancini, Bill Mays, Kristin Korb, Grupo UAKTI, Toninho Horta, Juarez Moreira, Tavinho Moura, Roberto Corrêa, Maurício Tizumba and Túlio Mourão. His recordings include the CD Brazilian Music for the Double Bass, the CD and DVD O Aleph by Fabiano Araújo Costa, the CDs of the Baroque Orchestra of the Juiz de Fora International Festival from 2005 to 2009 (with Luiz Otávio Santos), Claude Bolling's Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano (with Maurício Freire, Tânia Mara and Eduardo Campos) and No Sertão (with guitarist Roberto Corrêa) and Cidades Invisíveis (with saxophonist Daniel d ́Olivier).





How to Cite

Borém, Fausto. 2010. “Interview With Ana Taglianetti, Daniel Souza and Fernando Bustamante about the Teatro Musical Project at UFMG”. Per Musi, no. 22 (July):1-8.