UPCOMING & RECENT PROJECTS / EVENTS
Júlia Coelho is the new editor of the Journal Harmonia for the 2021-22 edition (Musicology, Ethnomusicology, and Music Theory Journal, University of North Texas).
Previous editions can be seen here
HARMONIA JOURNAL EDITOR
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RESEARCH ARTICLE PUBLICATION & AWARD
Júlia Coelho received the "Graham H. Phipps Paper Award" for her recent research peer-reviewed article "Joachim Burmeister, Wolfgang Schonsleder, and Christian Bernhard: Theory or Theories of Musical-Rhetorical Figures?" (17th century German Musica Poetica)
Article in Journal Harmonia, n. 18, 2020-21 edition here
PERFORMANCE IN EARLY OPERA: WITCH I ROLE IN PURCELL'S DIDO & AENEAS (1689)
Júlia Coelho will be performing the complete role of Witch I in the staged Early Opera Dido and Aeneas, written by Henry Purcell in 1689.
The opera will be directed by Prof. Molly Fillmore at the University of North Texas.
Friday 13th, August 2021, 8PM
University of North Texas, College of Music's Courtyard
AMERICAN PRIZE COMPETITION, 2021:
OPERA and ART SONG & ORATORIO
Júlia Coelho won the third prize in the Opera category and and was named semi-finalist in the Art Song and Oratorio category (university division) of the 2021 competition "The American Prize: Celebrating American Excellence in the Arts."
FORTHCOMING CO-AUTHORED BOOK CHAPTER
"THE ART OF LIMINALITY: SEA, SAUDADE, AND LIMINALITY," IN THE LIMINAL LOOP (2001)
Book Chapter (co-authored, forthcoming)
“The Art of Liminality,” The Liminal Loop, ed. Timothy Carson. Cambridge: Lutterworth Press, 2021
Sub-chapter on 13th-century Galician-Portuguese cantigas d'amigo (Galician-Portuguese medieval love songs from the female perspective) related to the sea, saudade (longing), and how they express liminal concepts.
Recording of project Codex Praxis, composed by Kory Reeder.
Music project inspired in medieval music, with period instruments (medieval to baroque).
Kory Reeder: Viola de Gamba, Composer
Júlia Coelho: Voice and Gothic Harp
Hector Torres: Theorbo
Diego Villamil: Baroque Violin
Andrew Smith: Voice (Throat Singing) and Percussion.