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Adriana Lopes da Cunha Moreira


Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Escola de Comunicações e Artes (ECA)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Dr. Adriana Lopes Moreira is an Associate Professor at the Department of Music (CMU) at the School of Communications and Arts (ECA) at the University of São Paulo (USP, 2004-) and at the Graduate Program in Music at ECA-USP (2010-). She is vice-coordinator of the Graduate Music Commission (PPGMUS-ECA-USP, 2013-2017, 2021-) and a member of the Program Coordination Commission (CCP, 2013-2017, 2021-), vice-coordinator os the Undergraduate Course (2013-2015) and a member of the Coordination of the CMU Undergraduate Course (CoC, 2009-10, 2015-); representative of Associated Professors at the Council of the Department of Music (2021-) and the Congregation of ECA-USP (2021-); coordinator of the Research Group TRAMA: Musical Theory and Analysis, focused on the application of emerging theoretical concepts to the analytical practice of musical works (ECA and CNPq, 2015-); founder and co-coordinator of the PAM Laboratory of Perception, History, Aesthetics and Musical Analysis (CMU, 2008-); co-coordinator of the International Meetings on Music Theory and Analysis, EITAM (2009, 2011, 2013, 2017, 2019); member of the Fiscal Council (2021-) of the National Association for Research and Graduate Studies in Music (ANPPOM) and of the Sociedade Jundiaiense de Cultura Artística (SJCA); member of the Editorial Boards of the scientific journals OPUS (ANPPOM, 2015-) and ORFEU (UDESC, 2015-); member of the Editorial Committees of Art Research Journal, ARJ (2012-17) and Revista Música (USP, 2015-). Previously, she was: editor-in-chief of publications at ANPPOM (2011-15), which include Revista OPUS (Qualis-CAPES A1), Research in Music in Brazil series and scientific coordination of annual congresses; co-proponent of the Didactic-Musical Series (EDUSP and Ed. UNICAMP) and translator of the titles "Musical Perception: Listening Practice for Musicians" (Benward; Kolosick, 2009) and "Musical Perception: Sung Reading at First Sight" (Carr; Benward, 2011); external collaborator of Caravelas, Nucleus of Studies on the History of Luso-Brazilian Music, FCSH-UNL, Portugal (2012); of the Commission for Elaboration and Conducting of the Music Aptitude Test of CMU-ECA-USP in the Entrance Examination of FUVEST, she was a consultant (2011-13), president (2007-10) and vice-president (2005-06); she was coordinator (2017-21) and vice-coordinator (2005-10) of the CMU Graduation Committee (2005-10), coordinator of the CMU Research Committee (2012-14) and deputy head of the Department of Music at ECA (2010-11); alternate member of the Technical Administrative Council (CTA-ECA-USP, 2019-2021), representative of Professors Doctors (2009-11, 2013-17) and substitute representative of Professors Masters to the Departmental Council of CMU (2005-07); representative member of ANPPOM at the Brazilian Information and Documentation Committee, ABNT/CE-14 (2011-12), member of the ECA Library Commission (2012-13), Communication coordinator at CMU (2006-08); representative member of the CMU at the ECA-USP Academic Project Development Committee (2018) and the ECA Editions Working Group (2005). She has a PhD in Music / Music Analysis (UNICAMP, 2008); Master's in Arts-Music/Theoretical Foundations (UNICAMP, 2002) and Graduation in Music/Piano Instrument (UNICAMP, 1993). Her work emphasis is focused on studies on Musical Theory, Analysis and Perception, working mainly on the following themes: Music of the 20th and 21st Centuries; Almeida Prado; Olivier Messiaen; Piano. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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