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Music Laboratories – Wind Instruments

September 28 - December 8


The Wind Music Laboratory is one of the 3 music laboratories, under the guidance of Johannes Krieger, which seeks to experiment with the different sounds of wind instruments, strong and soft sounds, bass and high sounds, contemporary experimental sounds and traditional music, games with music improvising sounds, but also composed and written music. Participants are invited to discover different ways to play in a group, in a large band or in a small ensemble.


Target audience: Amateur and professional musicians of wind instruments (woodwinds, brass winds and any type of harmonicas and/or cornetins). Participants must have basic experience in their instrument. You don’t need to know how to read sheet music, but those who know how to read sheet music are also very welcome.

Free participation, subject to mandatory registration: https://forms.gle/AVZgrM7Xi3y914LS7

Rehearsal schedule:

28 and 29 SEP

19 and 20 OCT

02, 03, 16, 17 and 30 NOV

01, 07 and 08 DEC

Schedule (3h/session): Sat . 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm | Gift. 10:00 a.m. to 1:00


Biography Johannes Krieger

He is a trumpeter, arranger and composer of musical projects of various types of music, namely, traditional music, ethnic music, pop and jazz. He is the founder of the Tora Tora Big Band and Chibanga Groove and directs the Reunion Big Jazz Band and the Jungle Orchestra. Throughout his stay in Portugal he has participated in projects such as Tito Paris, Vitorino, Danae & Os Novos Crioulos, Amélia Muge, Orquestra Todos, Orquestra de Jazz de Hot Clube, Mo ́Francesco and Yuri Daniel. Since 2017, she has been part of the dance project “Bacantes” by choreographer Marlene Monteiro Freitas. Recently, he participated in the plays “Paraíso”, by Madalena Victorino; and “What if we did everything again” by Madalena Victorino and Giacomo Scalisi. He has performed at festivals and concert halls in Germany, Austria, Belgium, France, Holland, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Greece, England, Malta, Sweden, Norway, Poland, Ukraine, Thailand, Malaysia, Brunei, South Korea, Japan, Argentina, Brazil, Cape Verde, Mozambique, Botswana, Angola, Guinea-Bissau and Timor-Leste. He is a lecturer at the University of Évora in the disciplines of Trumpet-Jazz, Jazz Arrangement Techniques and Jazz Theory and Analysis.

Artistic program: Lavrar o Mar – Cultural Cooperative for the celebration of the Centenary of the Elevation of Portimão to City (1924-2024), under a partnership established with the Municipality of Portimão.


September 28
December 8

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