Miguel Gomes was born in Viseu. In 200, he completed the music course at the Conservatório de Música Dr. José Azeredo Perdigão. He studied with Suzana Liedgran, Francisco Pereira de Sousa and Ana Serrano. Afterwards, he studied withArlindo Silva and Gerardo Ribeiro until he started his training at Academia Nacional Superior de Orquestra, in the class of professor Aníbal Lima. In 2007 and 2008 he studied at the Meadowmount School of Music, New York (USA), with professor Gerardo Ribeiro (violin) and Patricia McCarty, Eric Larson and Gerardo Ribeiro (chamber music). In 2014 he completed his Master’s degree in Music Education – specialization in performance (violin) at Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa. In 2015, he started his doctoral studies in Music – Performance (violin) at the University of Aveiro.
A proposition of a contextually informed edition of Joseph Achron's concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 2 Op. 68
This research seeks to contribute to the Academie around the musical publishing, starting from the practice of contextually informed transcription and editing, focusing on a case study involving Joseph Achron's Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 2 Op. 68. Through bibliographical research and artistic research, we intend to highlight the various contexts inherent to the work, which include the composer, its historical and social dimensions, as well as the researcher's own research and reflection procedures, as a contribution to the creation of an analysis tool, open in the field of the relationship between editing and interpretation. As a final objective, the transmission of the product of this research is anticipated through the recording of the technical-interpretive options and the phonographic recording derived from the manuscript edition.