Juliana Perdigão is a composer, performer, producer, singer and musician. She has been performing in stage and studio in collaboration with various artists in music, theater, performance, literature, dance and visual arts for more than 20 years. She dedicates her artistic work to the search of interconnections between sound, words and performance.
Juliana took part in several collaboration works with artists like Dora Garcia López, Nuno Ramos (fellow at Wissenschafstkolleg zu Berlin, 2021-2022), Teatro Oficina, Tom Zé, Uakti, Paula Gaitán (DAAD, cinema 2021), Asta Gröting, Arnaldo Antunes, Angélica Freitas (DAAD, literature, 2020) and Benjamin Taubkin. She presented her solo and group performances in several festivals, events and institutions as Centro Cultural Guimarães Rosa (Maputo, Mozambique, 2023), Dia Mundial da Língua Portuguesa (Luanda, Angola, 2023), Floating University (Berlin, Germany, 2023), WIKO – Wissenschaftskolleg (Berlin, Germany, 2022), Iberoamerikanisches Institut (Berlin, Germany, 2022), Bienal Internacional de São Paulo (São Paulo, Brazil, 2016), Instituto Inhotim (Brumadinho, Brazil, 2015), Casa de Victoria Ocampo (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2014), Womex – World Music Expo (Thessaloniki, Greece, 2102), Festival Músicas do Mundo, (Sines, Portugal, 2012), Festival Romerias de Mayo (Holguín, Cuba, 2008).
Perdigão received grants and awards as Prêmio Profissionais da Música (São Paulo, Brazil, 2019), Edital Natura Musical (2015), Fondo Nacional de las Artes (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2014), Oficina Cultural Oswald de Andrade Residency Program (São Paulo, Brazil, 2014), Marginalia Lab Residency Program (Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2012), Edital Natura Musical (2009).
She has released four albums: Álbum Desconhecido (2011), Ó (2016), Folhuda (2019) and Dúvidas (2020).