Pedro de Alcantara

Pedro de Alcantara and CelloPedro de Alcantara has long traveled between countries and between creative domains. After growing up in Brazil, he studied classical music in New York and at Yale University. Following his American sojourn he lived in London for seven years, where he trained as a teacher of the Alexander Technique, a problem-solving method based on the idea that good health is a creative act. Pedro is the author of Indirect Procedures: A Musician’s Guide To The Alexander Technique and Integrated Practice: Coordination, Rhythm & Sound, both published by the Oxford University Press. His books also include the children’s novels¬†Backtracked and Befiddled, published by Random House. In recent years Pedro has given recitals of his own improvisations and compositions, which highlight the¬†vibratory and metaphysical aspects of music.
Pedro de AlcantaraPedro’s CDs include a collection of music for cello and piano that is featured in this journal, and one of his music, titled “Songs & Soundscapes.”

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