Neal Peres Da Costa

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Neal Peres Da Costa was born on 1964 in Bahrain. Discover Neal Peres Da Costa’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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Peres Da Costa’s first monograph “Off The Record: Performing Practices in Romantic Piano Playing” (Oxford, New York: 2012) examines the performing practices of late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century pianists captured on acoustic and electrical recordings and reproducing piano rolls and compares these with contemporaneous written texts. The monograph is accompanied by a Companion website with sound extracts and musical examples.


He is principal continuo player on the ABC Classics recording of Bach Arias with Sara Macliver and Sally-Anne Russell. He has made several recordings on the ABC Classics label including the Bach Sonatas for Viola da Gamba and Harpsichord with Daniel Yeadon, and the Bach Sonatas for Violin and Harpsichord with Richard Tognetti and Daniel Yeadon, which won the 2008 ARIA fine arts award for Best Classical Album.


In 2007, he was awarded the University of Sydney’s Alumni Award for Community Service for his contribution to music as a performer and educator, both within the University of Sydney and in the community at large.


Neal Peres Da Costa was born in Bahrain, then part of the Trucial States, to parents from Goa, India. His family moved to Australia when he was five years old. After graduating from the University of Sydney, Peres Da Costa attained a Postgraduate Diploma in Early Music from the Guildhall School of Music and a Master in Music Performance from the City University London. In 2002, he attained a PhD from the University of Leeds, where he researched performing practices in late 19th-century piano playing with particular reference to early recordings.


He spent ten years as Professor of Fortepiano at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where he was also a Lecturer in Performance Practice. He also held the post of Lecturer in 19th-Century Performing Practice for the master’s degree at Trinity College of Music in London. In 2000 Peres Da Costa was Artist in Residence at Bretton Hall College at the University of Leeds. For many years he has been Professor on the annual International Summer Course in Spain held by the Fundacio ‘la Caixa’ and is currently a chamber music teacher at the annual International Early Music Course in Urbino in Italy. He has also taught on the Early Music Summer Course in Southern Bohemia.

Peres Da Costa has given papers at the Royal Musical Association Conference in 2000, the Conference of 19th-Century Music at Leeds University in 2002 and the Symposium of 19th-Century Music during the Utrecht Early Music Festival in 2002. He regularly presents pre-concert lectures for Musica Viva Australia. He co-authored the entry for Performance Practice in the Oxford Companion to Music.


Peres Da Costa and cellist Daniel Yeadon have been together since 1990. They were married in a civil partnership ceremony in the United Kingdom in 2007.


Neal Peres Da Costa (born 1964) is an Australian harpsichordist, fortepianist and organist. He specialises in performance on historical keyboard instruments of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, for which he has gained international renown. He is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Early Music Unit at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music at the University of Sydney.