Bruno Pinto Ferreira (n. 1987) é um músico, compositor e produtor musical natural do Porto.
No seu percurso, tem trabalho assume várias trajectórias, que vão da música infantil, música electrónica abstracta, colaborações (Nuno Faria Costa em La Mecânica Del Colore, Robin Schijfs em CELL), e publicidade, tendo trabalhos premiados em cinema (documentário 3 Horas para Amar realizado por Patrícia Nogueira).
Para além de freelancer, trabalha como compositor/ designer de som na empresa Fabamaq (Porto) e é também Formador na RESTART Instituto de Criatividade Artes e Novas Tecnologias.
Em 2018 foi nomeado para o prémio “SABAM Award for Young Composers”, prémio para Jovem Compositor Internacional, no Gent Film Fest (Bélgica).
Actualmente, encontra-se a compor a banda sonora original para o documentário O Fotógrafo Voador, sobre Fernando Guerra, novos arranjos orquestrais para o próximo albúm de :PAPERCUTZ e para o novo podcast, produzido pela Building Pictures, No Pais dos Arquitectos.
Bruno Pinto Ferreira (n. 1987) is a musician, composer and music producer from Porto.
His work is made in various musical trajectories which include children's music, abstract electronic music, collaborations (Nuno Faria Costa in La Mecânica Del Colore, Robin Schijfs in CELL), and advertising, with awarded works in cinema (documentary 3 Hours to Love directed by Patrícia Nogueira).
Besides being a freelancer, he works as a composer/sound designer at Fabamaq (Porto) and is also a trainer at RESTART Instituto de Criatividade Artes e Novas Tecnologias.
In 2018, he was nominated for the “SABAM Award for Young Composers”, the International Young Composer Award, at the Gent Film Fest (Belgium).
Currents projects comprise the soundtrack for the documentary The Flying Photographer, about Fernando Guerra, new orchestral arrangements for the new upcoming album by :PAPERCUTZ and the new podcast, produced by Building Pictures, No Pais dos Arquitectos.
The Flying Photographer, directed by Sara Nunes - in production
13H, directed by José Paulo Santos - in production
Transparente, directed by Ligia Zapolla - in production
Matrioska, directed by Joana Correia Pinto, 2021
Aquarium, directed by Joana Correia Pinto, 2020
Stamp, directed by Joana Correia Pinto, 2020
Devil’s Mountain, directed by Sérgio Miguel Silva, 2016
Registo. Particípio Passado, directed by Sara Azad, Rafaela Morgado and Sérgio Miguel Silva, 2013.
3 Horas para Amar, directed by Patricia Nogueira, 2013.
Velhos são os Trapos, directed by Margarida Monteiro, Joana Basto and Élsio Afonso, 2012.
The Riviera Collection Fashion, directed by Pedro Pontoni | produced by JPL Atelier, 2021
Bike to Work, directed by Carlos Meinedo | produced by Playmaker Agency, 2021
Seat's Mobility Advisor, directed by Paula Alvarez Alves | produced by Design It, 2019
Podcast No País dos Arquitectos, by Sara Nunes | produced by Building Pictures, 2021
Podcast Café como deve ser!, by Diogo Amorim and Hugo Ferraz | produced by Abcoffee and Marta Campo Reis, 2020
Open House Porto 2018, directed by Sara Nunes | produced by Building Pictures, 2018
Abertura Casa da Arquitectura - Real Vinícola, directed by Sara Nunes | produced by Building Pictures, 2017
Tempo: Reabilitação da Quinta do Bom Pastor, directed by Sara Nunes | produced by Building Pictures, 2017
Co.Working Candal, directed by Sara Nunes | produced by Building Pictures, 2017
Discovering Porto - Open House Porto, directed by Sara Nunes | produced by Building Pictures, 2017
Porto Innovation Hub, directed by Sara Nunes | produced by Building Pictures, 2017_FAHR 021.3
So Far So Fading, composition and arrangement for chamber quintet, with :Papercutz - in production
Sei, Por onde vou. Não!, for Clarinet and Electronics, with Frederic Cardoso - in production
Buio, for String Quartet and Electronics, by Nuno Faria Costa - in production
Instrepere III, for Solo Percussion and electronics, by Nuno Faria Costa, 2020
La Meccanica del Colore, for Chamber Opera and electronics, by Nuno Faria Costa, 2019.
1929, for Bass Clarinet and Electronics, with Frederic Cardoso, 2019
Redondo, for Euphonium and Electronics, with Ricardo Antão, 2018
I See You in Slow Motion, for iPad and Electric Guitar, with Vita Pauwels, 2016
Roller Coaster, for Ensemble and Electronics, 2015
Regina Cæli, for SATB Mixed Choir, by Libellus Usualis, 2015
O Oriens, for SATB Mixed Choir, by Libellus Usualis, 2015
Androgyny, coreographed by Nick Coutsier, Begium, 2015
CELL X, audio installation by Robin Schijfs, 2015.
iMMer, audio installation by Paula Alves Alvarez, 2013.
Traces – alias Manel Gaiato [ Electronic | Abstract | Ambient ] 2019
O Mundo Mágico do Multi [ Children’s Music ] 2019