António Carrilho

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Well known for his energetic and virtuoso playing, António Carrilho’s large concert experience has brought him to give concerts all over the world with different ensembles and orchestras, both in old music and in modern programs, performing as a soloist as well as a chamber music player.
Mr. Carrilho develops an intense career as a soloist in a repertory that spans from the Middle Age to our days. He featured playing with the Gulbenkian Orchestra; Sinfónica Portuguesa; Orchestrutópica; Lisbon Symphonietta; Cascais and Oeiras Chamber Orchestra; Concerto Ballabille; Divino Sospiro; Megalos Kameni & Co.; The Hague Royal Conservatory Orchestra — Netherlands, Belgium and Germany — various Norwegian orchestras, and with the Baroque Orchestra of Haifa (Israel).
He collaborated with the following maestros: Sigiswald Kuijken, Lucas Pfaff, Jeppe Moulijn, Christoph Rousset, João Paulo Santos, Nicholas Kranmer, Kenneth Weiss, Paulo Lourenço, Vasco Negreiros, Cesário Costa, Harry Christophers, Enrico Onofri, Christian Curnyn, Joana Carneiro, António Vassalo Lourenço, Gunnstein Òlafson, Osvaldo Ferreira, Nicolay Lalov and Vasco Pearce Azevedo.
Many composers have written chamber music and concertos pieces for him. Notably, Jacques Bank and Annette Kruisbrink (The Netherlands); Myriam Marbe (Romania); António Chagas Rosa, Nuno Côrte-Real, Eurico Carrapatoso, Sérgio Azevedo, João Madureira, Pedro Junqueira Maia, Ângela Lopes, Luis Tinoco, Cândido Lima, Álvaro Salazar, José Júlio Lopes, Vasco Negreiros, Vasco Mendonça and Clotilde Rosa (Portugal);Ivan Moody (United Kingdom), Bjarne Isaksen and Bernt Simen Lund (Norway), Hanne Ørvad (Denmark), Etienne Rolin (France) and Dimitri Nicolau and Calliope Tsoupaki (Greece).
He has recorded music by Eurico Carrapatoso Magnificat em Talha Dourada, Virgilio Melo Remember, Jacques Bank Een taaie winter, Sérgio Azevedo's Suite Concertante for recorder and String orchestra, renaissance Portuguese music with the Gulbenkian Choir, Selma y Salaverde recital with Anthonello (Japan). Future recording projects include premiers of Portuguese contemporary works for Eagle recorder and fortepiano, Bach sonatas with harpsichord, Italian recital with La Paix du Parnasse and a recording with MudançÆnsemble.

António Carrilho teaches Masterclasse in Portugal, Italy, India, France and the Netherlands. Teaches recorder and chamber music at Escola Superior de Artes Aplicadas (Music University in Castelo Branco – Portugal).
Mr. Carrilho teaches at The Urbino Early Music Festival (Italy) and at The International Summer Courses in Arija (Spain) and at The Palácio Foz Chamber Music Masterclass (Portugal).
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