Hudson Nogueira (b. 1968 São Paulo State, Brazil) is a Brazilian composer and conductor.
Mr. Nogueira grew up in the small city of Porangaba which is also located in rural São Paulo. At an early age, he began his studies and graduated from the Escola Superior de Müsica Mazarteum in São Paulo in 1997 with a bachelor's degree in clarinet performance. In 1998, he became the resident composer at the Conservatório Dramático e Musical Dr. Carlos de Campos in Tatuí, São Paulo.
In 1995, Nogueira began his career as a composer with his first pieces written for chamber ensembles. Receiving great success, he was inspired to take his first steps in the world of symphonic music. Many works followed, all currently being registered by official recordings. His pieces have been performed by many various chamber, symphonic and popular ensembles throughout Brazil and other various countries including Hungary, Ukraine, France, Italy, Spain and the United States. Along with his work as a classical composer, Hudson has never forgotten his passion of Brazilian popular music, which can always be seen in his chamber and symphonic works.
Works for Winds
- Abertura Festiva (2000)
- Alegria do Carnaval(2003)
- Carnaval de Rua (2003)
- Concertino para Contrabaixo e Sopros (2002)
- Do Coração e da Alma (2002)
- El Torero (1999)
- Fantasia Brasileira
- *Milênio (1998)
- Miniaturas Brasileiras (2005)
- Quatro Faces do Choro (2003)
- Quatro Peças Brasileiras para Trompa e Banda (2003)
- Retratos do Brasil (2003)
- Senzálas, Maracatus e Quilombos (2006)
- Seresta Brasileira No. 2 para Tuba e Orquestra de Sopros (2004)
- Virtuoso (2003)
- Hudson Nogueira, Wikipedia Accessed 22 August 2017