Andre Vaz Pereira is a PHd in Music and Master in Piano Performance in the University of Aveiro and is currently a researcher of INET-MD (University of Aveiro) in the project "Euterpe Unveild: women in composition and musical interpretation in Portugal in the 20th and 21st century" (Helena Marinho coord.). He has dedicated a large part of his research to Portuguese composers such as Frederico de Freitas, Manuel Faria and Elvira de Freitas. He was a researcher in the projects "Images of land and sea: Frederico de Freitas and music in Portuguese culture. XX" (Helena Marinho coord.) and "Música no meio: the singing in the context of the orfeonismo (1880-1912)" (Maria do Rosário Pestana coord.). He has also participated in conferences such as N.E.M. (Athens), E.N.I.M. (2011, 2017 and 2018), Guimaruamus (2012 and 2018), Performa 2009 (Aveiro). As a teacher he is currently Professor Adjunto Convidado at Escola Superior de Educação de Coimbra (2002-2015 and 2018-2019) and was also teacher at the Conservatory of Music of Jobra. He is also graduated in Piano Performance by E.S.A.R.T. with a Merit Scholarship.