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EVERY SOUND IS POLITICALLY CHARGED [...]

Luigi Nono, 1972

Rafaele Andrade [BR, 1994] is a music pioneer in the field of modern/experimental music. With a background in Conducting, Composition, Production, Cello, live coding and Sonology, she develops artworks merging these crossovers into innovative practices with the technology, social inclusion, sustainability & fair music distribution. Rafaele has a passion for social initiatives, producing during her young career an orchestra of Brazilian music at 17 years old and at 22, curating a UNESCO project to promote Latin American women composers (Rádio Delas). She is a member of NLCL(Netherlands), iii (Netherlands) and CIM (Brazil) and the creator of Knurl, a reconfiguration of a classic/baroque cello format into a reprogrammable system, a hybrid acoustic and solar-powered.

She is currently living in the Hague, The Netherlands

Get in touch

rafaeleandrade@tutanota.com

Short links:

Interactive concerts (2021)

Join the crowd in a serie of experiemental digital concerts with Knurl and Rafaele and have the chance to interact with the instrument remotely. Include merchandise and virtual soft drinks :)

Learn at Skillshare (2021)

Learn how to design an instrument and its digital systems for your own music practice

Watch & perform

Download musical scores, videos and have the great honour to be part of the creative global music industry with me.


Let's create together

You can wait to engage with my projects? You're more than wellcome to join in a collab, or drop anytime at the musiclab studio (iii).

If we want to change collectively, we have to talk about our individual attitudes.​

I'm aware of the marginalization of culture, races and gender in the conventional world. My motivation is to produce qualified content to stimulate the wealth of each living being. I produce artistic projects which engage sustainability, social inclusion in their whole art form's concept, formal technical approaches, aesthetic and production. I respect the diversity of culture, gender, races and aesthetics not just on my works, but mostly in my life as a neighbor, partner, friend or colleague.