António de Sousa Dias was born in Lisbon, in 1959.
Composer and researcher, has a PhD in Musicology (Paris 8) and is graduated with the Superior Course of Composition (National Conservatory of Lisbon). Currently he is member of CITAR (Portuguese Catholic University) where he cooperates in the doctorate studies in Computer Music and coordinate the License Degree in Interactive Multimedia Production at IPA. He was professor in the Superior School of Music in Lisbon, in the National Conservatory of Lisbon and the University of Paris 8. Member of the ColecViva group, since 1992 cooperates with the Group Música Nova and develops, with the group Les Phonogénistes, the projects Vertiges de l’Espace and Vertiges de l’image.
The composition of music for cinema and television has a particular relevance in his musical production, in films as Chá Forte com Limão, Natureza Morta or 48, leading him to initiate a work of research in the sector of musical creation… read more
Um dos grandes e mais subvalorizados artistas em Portugal. Compôs algumas das melhores bandas sonoras que tenho conhecimento, em particular nas colaborações com António de Macedo. E a soundtrack d'A Maldição de Marialva é perfeita, oh se é!