Harpist , composer, sound designer.
As soloist and member of several ensembles Raon won recognition in the fields of contemporary, improvised, experimental, pop and rock music, performing in Portugal, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Croatia, Russia, Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium and Macau (China).
He has worked extensively with other performing arts, soundtracking performances, choreographies and drama. In recent years he has worked with Marta Navaridas (Spain/Austria) - "Onírica", Bojan Jablanovec (Slovenia) - "Physis" e "365 Falls", Janez Jansa (Crotia/Slovenia), Olja Grubic (Croatia) - Naked Life, Teresa Sobral (Portugal), Álvaro García de Zúñiga (Uruguay) & Teresa Albuquerque (Portugal) MANUEL - MANUAL, Fernando Mora Ramos (Portugal) "Planeta Vinil", Clara Andermatt (Portugal), Barbara Kapelj (Slovenia) - "Borders".
Eduardo Raon has a special connection with cinema and has composed awarded soundtracks fpr documentaries, feature films, and animation films. He has worked with directors Fernando Vendrell, Isabel Aboim Inglês, Nuno Amorim, Filipe Abranches, João Nicolau, Marta Monteiro ou António Pedro. He has also accompanied, live, silent films from Dziga Vertov, Ernst Lubitsch, Fritz Lang, Carl Dreyer, Émile Cohl, Esfir Shub and participated in international film festival "Il Cinema Ritrovato" (Italy). He also performed with Bratko Bibic and His Traveling Cinema and toured extensively with the cinema-based performance - Filmes Pedidos (Companhia Caótica).
In a strictly musical context, Raon has recorded (17 records to date, plus guest appearances and collaborations) and performed with numerous artists and groups such as I-Wolf (album released in 2020), This Was What Will Be (album released in 2020), Rita Redshoes (album to be released in 2021), Beautify Junkyards, Bratko Bibic, Turbamulta, Powertrio, Joana Sá, Luís José Martins, Maria João & Mário Laginha, Bypass, Ela Não É Francesa Ele Não É Espanhol, Hipnótica, Deolinda, Paus, Soia (Austria), Sofia Vitória, Tomaz Grom (Slovenia) to name a few. As an interpreter he premiered solo and chamber music works by Eurico Carrapatoso, Clotilde Rosa, Ivan Moody, João Lucas, Joana Sá, Daniel Schvetz, Eli Camargo, Sebastian Duh and Fernando Lobo.
Eduardo Raon on Roda Music