'MPMP, movimento patrimonial pela música portuguesa', is a platform made up of hundreds of musicians from the lusophone space and brings together several projects for the promotion of music of western classical tradition.
As a contact platform between composers, musicologists, instrumentalists and music lovers, since 2010, MPMP has published the Glosas magazine, as well as numerous editorial projects (CDs, books and sheet music), and has promoted shows throughout the country and around the world. abroad (Brazil, Denmark, France and Sweden), spreading music by composers of all eras with the collaboration of some of the most promising names of the new generation of Portuguese instrumentalists.
The creation of Ensemble mpmp , in 2012, has promoted the dialogue between contemporary creation and the modern debut of forgotten repertoire, having performed in festivals such as Música em São Roque, Dias da Música and Prémio Jovens Músicos, or in venues such as Teatro Municipal de Almada, Grande Auditório da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Teatro da Trindade and Teatro do Campo Alegre.
MPMP has established partnerships with some of the most important institutions in the Portuguese cultural landscape, such as the Biblioteca Nacional Portuguesa, the Universities of Aveiro and Évora, the Museum of Portuguese Music and the National Museum of Music, and has also been distinguished several times in competitions to support cultural projects from entities such as the Direcção-Geral das Artes, the GDA Foundation or the Porto City Council and, in 2018, received the Sequeira Costa Music Prize, sponsored by the Mirpuri Foundation.