Belquior Guerrero (1988, Brazil) holds a Master's Degree in Musical Performance from the University of Aveiro (Portugal) and a Bachelor's Degree in Classical Guitar from the State University of Maringá. Acting solo or in chamber music, the musician performed at festivals such as the 3rd Festival Internacional de Violão Léo Brouwer (São Paulo), I Festival de Guitarra de Braga, III Ponto de Guitarra (Vila Real), aveiro_síntese (2018), Festival DME 60 and 61, among others. During the years 2014 and 2015 Belquior was a professor at the State University of Maringá. He is responsible for the premiere of works by Portuguese and Brazilian composers. At the moment, Belquior is developing his PhD research on guitar and mixed electroacoustic music at the University of Aveiro (CAPES scholarship) under the guidance of Pedro Rodrigues.
Repertoire for Guitar and Electronics: Historical Narratives, Representation, Permanence, and Performance.
The present work approaches music for Guitar and electronics. At first I investigate how the academic production conceives the history and the interactive processes in the mixed music. In sequence, I propose narratives about the history of the repertoire for guitar and electronics using, in a convergent way, different discursive axes. After this stage, I analyze the different ways of representing the synchrony between instrumental and electroacoustic sounds and investigate the sustainability condition of the works and the actions necessary for their permanence. Finally, I discuss the performance of the investigated repertoire through interviews, reviews of the literature and my practical experience with some works.