Pedro Abrunhosa is a songwriter. All his records are entirely written and composed by him.
He was born in Oporto and was a music teacher in official teaching, in the Hot Clube School in Lisbon and in the Caiús Music School.
In 1982 he founded the Oporto Jazz School and its Orchestra which he directed and wrote for. He starts his discographic epopeia with his first album: “Viagens”, edited in 1994 and which fuses rock, pop, jazz, funk and counts with the participation of James Brown’s saxophonist Maceo Parker.
In 1996, he released the album “Tempo” with the song “Se Eu Te Fosse Um Dia O Teu Olhar” for the soundtrack of the film Adão e Eva which broke all box-office records and with which he received his first Golden Globe.
Besides writing songs and releasing several other great studio albums, Pedro Abrunhosa divides his time between numerous Master-Classes, Conferences, Lectures and Communications all over the country. Songwriter in his genesis and a storyteller, Pedro Abrunhosa was distinguished with all the Bordallo de Impresa awards, 4 Blitz awards, Gold Medal of Cultural Merit by Gaia Municipality, Sã-pedro Osório Award, among other distinctions.