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Eduardo Łuciuk-Frigatti is a Brazilian composer and guitarist. His works have been performed internationally as well as locally: Sala São Paulo, NOSPR (Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra), at the International Festival of Krakow Composers in Poland, MusLAB Festival in Mexico, Festival Contrasti-Trento in Italy and at 8th International Competition of Duets with Harp, Poland (2019); at several festivals in Brazil (Panorama da Musica Brasileira, Bienal Música Hoje, Festival Internacional de Londrina, Oficina de Música de Curitiba), Capela Santa Maria (Curitiba). Several of his compositions were awarded, such as: first prize in the III Composition Competition of the Music Biennial Today (2015) for his work Campina de Vidro (for string orchestra and piano); an award in the 1st Composition Competition of the Edino Krieger Contemporary Music Festival (2017) for his composition Morriña (a string quartet); second prize in 1st National Competition for Clarinet Solo Composition for his work Moods (2018); third prize in the 8th International Competition of Duets with Harp, Poland (2019), for his work Armorial (for violin and harp). He studied composition with Krzysztof Penderecki, Rodrigo Lima, Maurício Dottori and Silvio Ferraz. He has completed his PhD at USP, São Paulo.