Cantabile Music Publishing was idealized by Filipe Fonseca, who since 2008 has worked with musical engraving. In 2014, after realizing that there were no publishers specialized in publishing sheet music, he decided to start an online business where he could offer his music engraving services, besides being able to publish and sell his editions. Today the company wants to increase its catalog through partnership with composers interested in having their songs published or that just want to make them available through the platform.
Cantabile Music Publishing’s mission is to disseminate Brazilian music worldwide through the editing and engraving of scores. In addition, taking into account the current scenario where technology allows the self-publication of music, we seek to train the composers themselves, through courses and training, in order to create conditions for themselves to promote their music.
We want to be a company recognized worldwide and be a reference in the national market when it comes to music publishing. Our goal is to assemble a catalog with at least 100 composers in the next 5 years and have clients from all continents of the globe. We want to value and spread the national culture.
We believe in a better future, we work and we act with that perspective. Honesty is the basis for our relationship with our customers and employees. We strive to deliver quality, competence and professionalism.
Paulista, raised in São Roque, countryside of São Paulo, he is graduated in conducting from the School of Communications and Arts of the University of São Paulo and currently holds a master’s degree in musicology from the same institution. His master’s project involves studying the methodologies of music editing and has as a result the edition of the opera Le Fate by Henrique Oswald. At the undergraduate level, he developed his knowledge on musical engraving within the Choral Laboratory. He prepared scores for the Opera at School project, for the Theatro Municipal of São Paulo, the Chamber Orchestra of ECA/USP, several pieces by Léa Freire with orchestra, and several other minor works. One of its characteristics is the desire to engage in music entrepreneurship. In his class of conducting, together with his teacher, he began the practice of preparing chamber groups to perform regularly, which continues to this day. This entrepreneurial bias motivated him to enter the course of administration at the College of Economics, Administration and Accounting of USP, where he is currently studying.