Composer-performer, musicologist and artivist, PhD in Musicology at the Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain (2001) and Bachelor of Piano at the Federal University of Pelotas, RS, Brasil (1993). Professor of the Arts Institute at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, full professor and supervisor of Graduate Courses, Master and Doctor of Music (UFRGS), and Master and Doctor of Social Memory and Cultural Heritage (UFPel / RS). Member of the Research Group in Sound Creation (UFRGS), Research Group in Performance Practices (UFRGS) and SARDS- Sonic Arts Research &Decolonial Studies (University of Costa Rica). She coordinates the SONICAS: Research Group in Gender, Body and Music, at Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. She develops research projects in music and gender, and sound creation. She has written books and papers about musicology, and music and gender, specially a Brazilian book launched in 2013 about this subject, that brings important researches from this country, as well as researches from Costa Rica, Portugal and Spain, available here: http://www.anppom.com.br/publicacoes/selo-pmb. She has released the phonographic works “VestígiosVioleta”(2014),“Impermanente movimento”(2016,with Luciano Zanatta, by Plataforma Records), Voicing (2016, by Seminal Records), Lusque Fusque (2016, with Luciano Zanatta, by Electronicgirls), Mar de Tralhas (2017, by ASRecords), Betamaxers (2017, by ChipMusik Records), Légua and Meteoro-phoenix (2017, by Mansarda Records), Unlikely Objects and Hybrid (2017, by Pan y Rosas Discos), Zah (2018, by Saatvaland Records), Isama Noko (2018, by Sisters Triangla Records, with Maia Koenig), wnyhum (2018, by Pan y Rosas Discos with Luciano Zanatta) and If I Were Me (2018, by Estranhas OCupações Records, with Linda O’Keeffe). She develops artistic research works in voice, field recording, experimental sounds. She is part of Medula Collective of Sound Experiments and develops soundworks with Linda O Keeffe (IRE/UK), Maia Koenig (ARG), and Leandra Lambert (Brazil). She is part of the feminist collectives Female Pressure, Feminoise Latinoamerica, WISWOS (http://wiswos.com/). IN 2019, she will coordinate the Concha Artistic Residence for Women Composers, in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
Album Linda O Keeffe and Isabel Nogueira
Video and sound works: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqFPw81-xsnSPwB3_xfjDe64eAxmUMmw7