Nuno Lobo was born in 1996 in Oporto. He started studying music at age of 3 at the Instituto Orff do Porto. In 2006, he began studying bassoon at the Academia de Música de Costa Cabral, completing his studies in 2013. Still in 2013, he began studying composition at the Escola Superior de Música, Artes e Espetáculo (ESMAE).
Nuno is currently attending the third year of the degree and has already studied with Carlos Azevedo, Eugénio Amorim, Dimitris Andrikopoulos, Carlos Guedes, Pedro Santos, Rui Penha, Filipe Vieira, Igor Reina, Rui Dias, Nuno Peixoto and Daniel Moreira.
At the same time, he attended seminars with Cândido Lima, Christopher Dobrian, Fabrizio Casti, Unsuk Chin and Helmut Lachenmann.
Since 2014, he is a member of the project MUDEI (Music, Design and Engineering for Innovation and Internationalization) and musician of the FEUP Symphony Orchestra, conducted by José Eduardo Gomes.
In 2015, his piece “Time Zero” for saxophone quartet was premiered at the SaxOPorto 2015 festival, commissioned by ElleQuartet. In the same year, he received commissions for Encontros Nova Música em Vila do Conde and Prémio Jovens Músicos.