Photo Gallery


 

Some photos of the definitive building of the Studio PANaroma in 2013:


View from outside (front view) of the building of the Studio PANaroma


View from outside (back view) of the building


View from outside (view of the entrance) of the building


View from outside (another view of the entrance) of the building


Entrance's inscription of the Studio PANaroma:

"In activity since 1993, the Studio PANaroma was officially founded in São Paulo by the Composer Flo Menezes, its Artistic Director, in July, 1994 (Diário Oficial do Estado de SP, 28/07/1994, page 27). Through an agreement with the Faculdade Santa Marcelina, the laboratory had its first space of 111m2 in that school’s building.  With the end of the agreement in 2001, the Studio PANaroma became an exclusive part of Unesp and began the process of construction of its first building on the Ipiranga Campus, with 172m2, completed in 2004.  The Architect Adalberto Baggio was responsible for both the first and second architectural spaces of the studio. This, its definitive building of 303m2, constructed in 2010-11 on the Barra Funda Campus, was (like the others) idealized, designed and planned by the Artistic Director, with Architect Pedro Taddei and with the Acoustic Engineers Clement Zular and Ricardo de Marino responsible for its acoustics.

The first work of the studio, Parcours de l’Entité by Flo Menezes, for flute, metallic percussion and electroacoustic sounds, written in the first semester of 1994, was in 1995 awarded one of the most prestigious international prizes of that time – the Prix Ars Electronica of Linz, Austria –, and that fact, added to the creation of CIMESP in 1995 and the BIMESP in 1996 (respectively, the Competition and International Biennial of Electroacoustic Music of São Paulo), have given international notoriety to the Studio PANaroma.

Equipped with the support of FAPESP (Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo), the Studio PANaroma is the first laboratory of its kind in Brazilian Universities.  By the pioneering administration of courses specifically related to Electroacoustic Composition, through its activities, architectural space and technological arsenal, as well as for its loudspeaker orchestra PUTS (PANaroma/Unesp: Teatro Sonoro), founded by Flo Menezes in 2002, the Studio PANaroma has established itself as one of the main world references in the research, teaching and production of Electroacoustic Music."


Corridor


Corridor (with photos in the wall of the visit of P. Boulez in 1996)


Corridor


Corridor


Main studio (Studio A) of the Studio PANaroma


Studio A


Lightning and air conditioning system of the Studio A


Studio A


Studio A (view from the Recording Room's window)


Studio A


Recording Room


Studio B


Studio B


Studio C (there are 4 other Composition Studios like this one, totalizing 6 Composition Studios plus the Recording Room)


Kitchen of the Studio PANaroma


Cables room


Archives of the Studio PANaroma


The building process of the definitive architecture of the Studio PANaroma at the new Instituto de Artes at the State University of São Paulo (Unesp), Barra Funda Campus:


Architecture of the definitive building of Studio PANaroma in the new Campus of the São Paulo State University (Unesp) at Barra Funda, São Paulo, with its 6 Composition Studios, its central Recording Studio and its more than 300 m2...


... and now some photos of the construction process of this new building in 2010 and 2011:


 

Some photos of the building of the Ipiranga Campus, the first autonomous building of the Studio PANaroma between 2003 and 2010:


Second building of the Studio PANaroma, octophonic studio based on Genelec monitors, April 2008


Second building of the Studio PANaroma, octophonic studio based on Genelec monitors, April 2008


Second building of the Studio PANaroma, datashow projection of Max 5, April 2008


Second building of the Studio PANaroma, octophonic studio through the glass of Studio B, April 2008


Second building of the Studio PANaroma, students (Fabio Scucuglia and Rodolfo Valente) working at the quadraphonic Studio B based on Mackie monitors, April 2008


Second building of the Studio PANaroma, recording room, April 2008


Second building of the Studio PANaroma, Studio C, April 2008


 

Some legendary photos of the first phase of the Studio PANaroma (founded on July 1994), at that time at the FASM Faculty of Music in cooperation with the Unesp, where it was in function until 2001:


Flo Menezes at Studio PANaroma (first building) with his students, ca. 1997


Flo Menezes with Pierre Boulez at Studio PANaroma (first building) in São Paulo on October 1996


First building of Studio PANaroma (Flo Menezes at the piano in the recording room, ca. 1995)


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