The result of this collaborations is translated in the growth of a personal and idiosyncratic repertoire that simultaneously contributes to the development of the percussion literature. More then 100 world premieres were held by Nuno Aroso, who first recorded a great deal of this repertoire. Peter Ablinger, Oscar Bianchi, Peter Klatzow, Joao Pedro Oliveira, Kumiko Omura, Luis Antunes Pena, Matthew Burnter, are some of the many composers who wrote for Nuno Aroso. He performs, teaches, and is jury member alongside referent artists, conductors, and composers of our days, in reputed Contemporary Music festivals like Musica Strasbourg, Maerz Musik, Festival Agora - Ircam, Connect Festival, Ciclo de Musica Contemporanea de Buenos Aires, and many others in Portugal, France, Germany, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Slovenia, Brazil, China, Thailand, South Africa, Argentina, Canada, Sweden, Greece, England, Poland, Bulgaria, Croatia, Tunisia, South Korea, Chile, etc. Particularly motivated by the enrichment and renewal of the concept of the concert as an whole experience, Nuno Aroso frequently forms artistic relationships with other disciplines: Dance, Cinema, Theatre, Literature. The commitment with chamber work, as soloist or as group musician leads Mr Aroso to collaborate with many different ensembles, orchestras and artists around the world. Over the past years Nuno Aroso created a series of thematic duets with other instrumentalists. He aimed to highlight the chameleonic character of percussion when together with other musical being. From this project a cd/book with selected scores and texts as well a cd collection and a filmed documentary will appear later in 2017 under the label of the national television: 3'30'', Limine, Timpan et alia, Viscera, Magnet, Lignum.