In 1979, Tim Rescala received 1st prize in the scholastic composition contest in the Escola de Música Villa-Lobos e Colégio da Orquestra Sinfônica Brasileira. Before that, he worked well as an arranger and pianist of well-known music. Later on he worked well in theatre music, adding to over 50 takes on as composer and musical movie director. In 1983 he received the Mambembe award for the music from the takes on Will and A Porta. He participated in a number of modern music celebrations in Brazil and overseas, including the Event Sonidos de las Américas-Brasil, kept in Apr 1996 in NY, where he performed two functions at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall. Rescala works together with pop music, concert music, and incidental music. He functions in many areas of structure: in theatre, as well as directors Aderbal Freire Filho, Amir Haddad, and Álvaro Apocalypse, of group Giramundo; for Television, specifically as musical maker for Television Globo; in the dance field, composing scripts and tunes for the Orquestra Brasileira de Sapateado; and in film, primarily with movie director Eduardo Coutinho. He was among the founders of Estúdio da Glória, a cooperative created in 1981 in Rio de Janeiro to create sophisticated electro-acoustic functions. With Rodolfo Caesar, he created two CDs of electro-acoustic music for the label Rio-Arte Digital, Estúdio da Glória and Música Eletroacústica Brasileira. In 1993 he once again gained the Mambembe prize for the written text from the children’s musical Pianíssimo, that was adapted within a reserve released by RHJ. Rescala gained the Sated prize using the staging of Pianíssimo in Belo Horizonte, MG, in the same calendar year. In 1996, he released the reserve Pequena História (não autorizada) da Música (Frente). Within the next calendar year he released the children’s opera A Orquestra dos Sonhos, that was also released on Compact disc (the initial in Brazil in the genre), using the creation from the Pianíssimo label, focusing on children’s music. Along with his second children’s musical, Papagueno, he gained the Mambembe prize in 1997 for greatest script as well as the Coca-Cola prize for greatest music. He also received two additional Mambembe trophies for the demonstration of two from the five best displays in 1997, Papagueno and A Orquestra dos Sonhos. Today he hosts the traditional music Television series Concertos em virtude de a Juventude.