- PhD Candidate
Departamento de Comunicação e Arte | Universidade de Aveiro
Campus Universitário de Santiago
- Tel: (+351) 234 370 389 (ext. 23700)
Julieta Silva has a musical and artistic path linked to the traditional Portuguese music, which has started with its passage through GEFAC, in Coimbra, where she had the first contact with the ethnographies and its use at a performative level. Then she integrated artistic projects such as Chuchurumel, Diabo a Sete and Alacrã. She participated in the creation of various musical shows constructed in rural areas, involving local communities in order to cross musical languages. In 2009 she edited "A Festa dos Montes", an ethnomusicological study within the post graduation in Popular Music Studies at Universidade Nova de Lisboa. She completed his master's degree in Musicology at Universidade de Aveiro in 2015 with the dissertation "Aesthetics and Policies of the Revivalism of Hurdy-Gurdy in Portugal (1976-2015)". Currently she is attending, at the same university, the PhD in Music - Ethnomusicology.
Research Group: Ethnomusicology and Popular Music Studies