Luís Tinoco

“Lídia” premières in November

CNB_LidiaFollowing a commission from the National Dance Company, Paulo Ribeiro (choreography) and Luís Tinoco (music) worked together to create a new ballet. “Lídia” will soon have its World première, at the Teatro Camões, in Lisbon, on the 7th of November9.00 p.m.

Performed by the Companhia Nacional de Bailado and the Lisbon Metropolitan Orchestra soloists conducted by Pedro Neves, this new production with costume design by José António Tenente and light design by Nuno Meira will then repeat on the following dates: 8, 9 13, 14, 15 and 16th November.

Teatro Camões

Teatro Camões

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Quarteto Vintage performs “Short Cuts”

Quarteto Vintage

Quarteto Vintage

On the 23rd of september, 01.00 p.m., at the FDUL / Lisbon University Law Faculty, the Vintage Quartet will perform Short Cuts – for clarinet quartet. – click here to know more and here to watch a video.

This score was originally written for saxophone quartet, following a commission from the Apollo Saxophone Quartet. Since then Luís Tinoco has produced a series of transcriptions for various instrumental combinations, including this one – for 1 percussion and clarinet quartet - available on CD by the Vintage Quartet and Pedro Carneiro.

“Descubro a Voz” @ Capuchos Music Cycle

On the 26th of July @ 09.30 p.m., the Choir Ecce Ensemble conducted by Paulo Vassalo Lourenço will perform a recital as part of the Capuchos Monastery Music Cycle, featuring a collection of works setting Iberian poetry and written by various composers. ciclo_de_musica_no_convento_dos_capuchos_2014
This program includes a work for mixed choir a capella - Descubro a Voz – composed by Luís Tinoco setting a poem by his father José Luís Tinoco.

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Seattle Symphony premières “Frisland”

frisland2On the 6th of June, 8:00 pm, at the Benaroya Hall in Seattle, Ludovic Morlot will lead the Seattle Symphony Orchestra in the world première of Frisland, a symphonic work commissioned to Luís Tinoco as part of  the Sonic Evolution project that celebrates the past and future of Seattle’s music scene. Morlot_SeattleSymphony

Inspired by and dedicated to the composer and jazz guitarist Bill Frisell, Frisland will be joined by another two premières of works written by Gabriel Prokofiev and Du Yun, both also commissioned by Ludovic Morlot and the Seattle Symphony for the Sonic Evolution scheme.

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Tinoco on Youtube

Click on the following links to watch and hear some fragments of chamber, stage and orchestral music: