Faculty & Staff
Office location: West Hall
Areas of Expertise
Eduardo Sola is Assistant Professor in the Music Department at Burman University, where he teaches violin, music history, music theory, and directs the symphony orchestra (BUSO). He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Curriculum & Instruction at Andrews University. Eduardo has worked as a concert violinist extensively throughout Europe, Asia, and the Americas in concerts, projects, and recordings and performed alongside renowned artists such as Sigiswald Kuijken, Richard Egarr, Sebastian Marq, Barthold Kuijken, and Philippe Pierlot. Before joining the Burman University faculty, Eduardo has worked as an instructor within the K-12 school setting teaching choir and music theory at Kingsway College and College Park Elementary School. He was also a faculty member with El Sistema Toronto, teaching violin and choir at St. Martin de Porres Catholic School and Military Trail Public School (Ontario). His research interests, though wide in range, currently favour topics within education, music education, and systematic musicology, such as curricular inclusivity, music cognition, and the phenomenology of music perception. He holds an increasing record of scholarly publications and appears internationally as a speaker in research conferences.
Current Research or Professional Activities
Multisensory connections and the roots of music synesthesia in the Enlightenment.
Developmental synesthesia and concurrent incongruence in early stages of musical education.
Multisensory learning; teaching to different senses; Curriculum inclusivity: flexibility and adaptability.
Selected Peer-Reviewed Publications
Sola Chagas Lima, Eduardo. “The Role of Concurrent Synesthetic Color in Tonal Music Improvisation.” Artecitta Synesthesia Journal, Vol.1, No.1, 2017.
Sola Chagas Lima, Eduardo. "Music and ceremonial in Fernão Cadim's Letters." Revista Brasileira de Música. Vol. 29, No. 1. 2016: 103-123. (ISSN 0103-7595)
Sola Chagas Lima, Eduardo. "Developmental synesthesia, perception, and performance: challenges and new directions in music education and research." Anais do XXV Congresso da Associação Nacional de Pós-Graduação e Pesquisa em Música. 2015
Sola Chagas Lima, Eduardo. "O maracá na sociedade Tupinambá: representações iconográficas e textuais quinhentistas." Anais 3º Congresso Brasileiro de Iconografia Musical. 2015: 297-316. (ISSN 2318-7026)
Sola Chagas Lima, Eduardo. "The maracá in the beginning of European contact: its role in Tupinambá society as a religious token and musical instrument." Revista Hodie, Vol. 15, No. 2. Goiania: Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2015. (ISSN: 1676-3939)
Sola Chagas Lima, Eduardo. "The Role of Proportion in the First-movement Expositions of W. A. Mozart's String Quintets." Revista Vórtex, Vol. 3, No. 1. Curitiba: Escola de Música e Belas Artes do Parana, 2014: 48-61. (ISSN: 2317-9937)
Sola Chagas Lima, Eduardo. "Uccellini's Sonata Ottava: Perspectives in Grouping, Meter and Metrical Dissonance." Revista Hodie, Vol. 14, No. 2. Goiania: Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2014: 199-212. (ISSN: 1676-3939)
Sola Chagas Lima, Eduardo. "A importância de noções harmônico-estruturais e resolução de baixo-contínuo aplicadas á peformance da sonata BWV 1001, de J. S. Bach, para violino solo." Anais do IV Simposio de Pesquisa em Música da UFPR. Curitiba: Editora do Departamento DeArtes da Universidade Federal do Parana, 2007. (ISBN: 978-85-.98826-13-4)
Sola Chagas Lima, Eduardo. O Menino e o Som. Rio de Janeiro: Editora Metanoia, 2014. (ISBN: 9788563439369)
“Music Notation>Colour Synesthesia: an Alternative Approach to Teaching Music to Synesthetes.” 2019 Conference of the International Association of Synesthetes, Artists, and Scientists. Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Moscow, Russia, October, 2019.
“Mental Health During the Midterm Period: A Grounded Theory Study.” Andrews University Teaching and Learning Conference (AUTLC). Andrews University, Michigan, United States, 28 March, 2019.
“Teacher Training and Qualification in Guinea: A Collaborative Project for Improvement and Change.” Andrews University Teaching and Learning Conference (AUTLC). Andrews University, Michigan, United States, 28 March, 2019.
"Form and Deformation in Super Mario: An Analytical Approach." Winter Symposium of the Ludomusicology Society of Australia (LSA). University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. 20 - 22 July, 2018.
“Developmental Synesthesia and Tonal Music Improvisation.” Conference of the International Association of Synesthetes, Artists and Scientists (IASAS). University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), United States, 19-20 October, 2017.“Life and Death of Music as Education: a Philosophical Perspective.” Andrews University Teaching and Learning Conference (AUTLC). Andrews University, Michigan, United States, 30 March, 2018.
“Developmental Synesthesia and Music Notation: Questions of Perception and Meaning.” Congresso Brasileiro de Iconografia Musical. Universidade Federal da Bahia, Salvador, Brazil, July 2017.
“Meter in “Esperando na Janela” (2000): A Glimpse into Hypermetric Shifts and Perception.” Folk Music Analysis Conference. University of Malaga, Malaga, Spain, 14-16 June, 2017.
“Unidade Móvel de Esterilização e Educação em Saúde (UMEES): Estratégia Educacional em Guarda Responsável.” Universidade Federal do Parana, Curitiba, Brazil, 2017.
“Developmental Synesthesia and Differentiated Education in the American Curriculum: A Historical Survey.” Andrews University Teaching and Learning Conference. Andrews University, Michigan, 30 March, 2017.
“Sinestesia musical e inclusão no currículo educacional elementar: implicações para a flexibilidade e adaptabilidade curricular.” VI Semana de Educação Musical - Práticas Criativas na Educação Musical como Fator de Desenvolvimento Humano. Universidade Estadual de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, 08-10 September, 2016.
"Synesthetic incongruence and music perception in early stages of music education." United Kingdom Synesthesia Association, Synesthesia and Cross-Modal Perception Conference. Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, 21-13 April, 2016.
"Handel and the notion of an orchestra leader." Handel and His Eighteenth-Century Performers, The Handel Institute. Foundling Museum/Open University, London, England, 21-22 November, 2015.
"Cross-sensory experiences and the Enlightenment: in search of a place for music synesthesia." 11th National Conference of the American Synesthesia Association (ASA). University of Miami, Miami, Florida, USA, 2-4 October, 2015.
"Cross-sensory experiences and the Enlightenment: in search of a place for music synesthesia." 38th National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia (MSA). University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 1-4 October, 2015.
"Developmental synesthesia, perception, and performance: challenges and new directions in music education and research." XXV Congresso da Associação Nacional de Pós-Graduação e Pesquisa em Música (ANPPOM). Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo (UFES), Vitória, Brazil, 17-21 August, 2015.
"O maracá na sociedade Tupinambá: representações iconográficas e textuais quinhentistas." 3º Congresso Brasileiro de Iconografia Musical. Universidade Federal da Bahia (UFBA), Salvador, Brazil, 20-24 July, 2015.
"Fear and Hope: Contemplating the Parousia in J. S. Bach's Church Cantatas." Annual meeting of the Society for Christian Scholarship in Music (SCSM). Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 12-14 February 2015.
"Tonal Structure and Balance in 'Von deiner Güt', O Herr und Gott,' from J. Haydn's Die Schöpfung." Royal Music Association (RMA) Research Students' Conference. University of Bristol, England, 8-10 January 2015.
"Metrical dissonances in late baroque dance music: implications for the postwar 'early music' revival and current practice." Performing Early Music in the Age of Recordings: National Styles then and now. Israeli Conservatory of Music, Tel Aviv, Israel, 13-14 October 2014.
"Pietas Austriaca, Counter-reformation, and Sacred Music at the Habsburg Court." Historical Documentation Series. Koninklijk Conservatorium, The Hague, The Netherlands, December, 2011.