This site is my most recent attempt at collecting materials in one place. There are lists of projects/works and publications/writing which link to either more details or to actual materials. Some projects link to dedicated websites and some are fully documented here. The works section in include performance materials, scores, audio and video documentation as well as descriptions and sometimes programme notes and details of performances and public presentations. The writing section consists of references or links to papers published in academic journals such as Organized Sound, Contemporary Music Review, Performance Research, Leonardo or conferences such as NIME, ICMC, SMC, Mobile Music Workshop, ISEA amongst others.
SONS DA CIDADE – BELFAST | SOUNDS OF THE CITY – BELFAST (BRASÍLIA)
Pedro Rebelo, Rui Chaves, Matilde Meireles and Aonghus McEvoy.
Talk on notation at “Crossing the Great Divide” event at the Onassis Cultural Centre, Athens in November 2012.
Unfortunately the audio for the piano is not really there which I guess adds another notational layer?…
A collective directed by Evan Parker at the Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music 2010.
An Instrument of Dissection
Pedro Rebelo, 2006
“An Instrument of Dissection” is an attempt at breaking up conventional articulation in order to give room to the accident, the cut, the residue, the parasitical, the awkward… the instrument…
Concerto X is a commission from the Guimarães European involving 7 composers, an instrumental ensemble, a group of improvisors, graphics and a robotic gamelan.
Monday 1st October 2012, 10pm
Centro Cultural Vila Flor
Conductor: Jean-Marc Burfin
Violin: Carlos Zíngaro
Percussão: Nuno Aroso
Piano: Pedro Rebelo
Percussion and Objects: Gustavo Costa
Electronics: Carlos Guides, Filipe Lopes, José Alberto Gomes, Rui Dias
Continuum: Rui Penha
Ensemble: Fundação Orquestra Estúdio
Graphics: Kirk Woolford
Music by: Carlos Guedes, Filipe Lopes, Gustavo Costa, José Alberto Gomes, Pedro Rebelo, Rui Dias e Rui Penha
12th September, 20:45
FAINT (Rebelo, Schroeder, Davis) is delighted to contribute to this event addressing the ins and outs of improvisation theory and practice. Join us in Oxford if you can!