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Vasco Pearce de Azevedo
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Sheet music for Vasco Pearce de Azevedo
— listening CD — Classical
By Trio Pangea. By Luiz Costa; Claudio Carneyro; Sergio Azevedo. Classical. Listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.8573402).
Voice — Book — Masterwork
Soprano. Composed by Charles W. Pearce and Emile Behnke. Masterworks; Vocal Method. Kalmus Edition. Masterwork. Book. 48 pages. Kalmus Classic Edition #00-K09144. Published by Kalmus Classic Edition (AP.K09144).
Piano — Book —
Book 1. Composed by Elvina Truman Pearce. Piano Collection; Piano Supplemental. Form: Prelude. Book. 16 pages. Alfred Music #00-EL03668. Published by Alfred Music (AP.EL03668).
Organ — Book Only — Classical
Composed by Charles W. Pearce. Classical. Book Only. Novello & Co Ltd. #MUSNOV580443. Published by Novello & Co Ltd. (HL.14025277).
Trombone Quintet — Score and Parts — Classical
Composed by Kenneth Pearce. Classical. Score and Parts. Cherry Classics #CC5005. Published by Cherry Classics (CY.CC5005).
Flute Choir — —
Arranged by Ann Cameron Pearce. Alry Publications #FC197. Published by Alry Publications (AY.FC197).
Piano Solo — Individual Part — Contemporary Classical,Christian,Recital
Composed by Pearce. Arranged by Gene Roberson. Contemporary Classical, Christian, Recital. Individual Part. 5 pages. Published by Gene Roberson (S0.731017).
Trombone and Brass Band — Set (Score & Parts) — Solo & Concerto
Composed by Ralph Pearce. Solo & Concerto. Set (Score & Parts). Studio Music #SM050089636. Published by Studio Music (BT.SM050089636).
Cornet and Brass Band — Set (Score & Parts) — Solo & Concerto
Composed by Ralph Pearce. Solo & Concerto. Set (Score & Parts). Studio Music #SM050090373. Published by Studio Music (BT.SM050090373).
Bach: The Six Motets; Marlow, — Graham Jackson; Richard Pearce; Cambridge Trinity College Choir; Richard Marlow
— CD —
By Graham Jackson; Richard Pearce; Cambridge Trinity College Choir; Richard Marlow. By Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). CD. Published by Naxos (NX.CON15350).
Conductor and teacher, Vasco Pearce de Azevedo is Principal Conductor and Music Director of the Lisbon Sinfonietta, an orchestra which he founded in 1995. With this orchestra, he has conducted concerts in several places of Portugal, many of which have featured world premières of pieces written especially for the Lisbon Sinfonietta. Mr. Azevedo’s career as a conductor has been developping especially after he was awarded a 3rd Prize in the IIIº Maestro Pedro de Freitas Branco International Conductors Competition (Lisbon, 1997) and a Honourable Mention in the II° Fundação Oriente International Competition for Young Conductors (Lisbon, 1996). Since then he keeps receiving invitations to conduct all of the top Portuguese orchestras such as the Portuguese Symphony Orchestra, the Lisbon Metropolitan Orchestra, the National Oporto Orchestra, the Beiras Philharmonia, the Algarve Orchestra and the Symphony Youth Orchestra. He has also been invited by the National Ballet Company to conduct several series of shows featuring Prokofiev’s "Cinderella", Stravinski’s "Agon" (Portugal première) and "Apollon Musagète", Lopes-Graça’s "Dançares" (World première), and Tchaikovski’s "The Sleeping Beauty". Mr. Azevedo made his debut at the S. Carlos National Opera in February 1999 when he was invited to conduct the revival of the opera "La Borghesina" by Portuguese composer Augusto Machado, a piece that had not been heard again since its première in 1909.
Vasco Pearce de Azevedo earned a Bachelor Degree in Composition from the Lisbon Superior School of Music where he studied with Christopher Bochmann and Constança Capdeville, and a Master’s Degree in Orchestral and Choral Conducting from the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music (CCM), where he studied with Gerhard Samuel and Christopher Zimmermann (Orchestral Conducting); and also with Elmer Thomas and John Leman (Choral Conducting). He also attended several Conducting Masterclasses in Spain, France, Belgium, and Portugal, where he studied with Jean-Sébastien Béreau, Ernst Schelle, Jenö Rehak, and Octav Calleya (Orchestral Conducting); and also with Erwin List, Josep Prats, Edgar Saramago, and José Robert (Choral Conducting).
Apart from his conducting activities, he is presently the Head of the Conducting Department at the Lisbon Superior School of Music, as well as Principal Conductor of this school’s Orchestra and Chamber Choir. He has been the Music Director and Principal Conducting Teacher of the Aveiro Orchestral Conducting Masterclasses (held yearly in Aveiro in mid-July) since the creation of these courses in 2002.