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DELVIZIO Cyro

DELVIZIO Cyro

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Cyro Delvizio is one of the leading guitarists, composers, and researchers of his generation. Having devoted his multiple skills to spreading Brazilian classical music to various audiences, he performed in all 27 Brazilian states (a total of 130 concerts) as part of the SESC Sonora Brazil 2013-14 Project with Duo Cancionâncias (with soprano Manuelai Camargo), an unforgettable human and musical journey.
The above-mentioned Duo also won prizes as the “V Villa-Lobos Museum selection of young musicians” (2008) and “Art Circuit” (2011), sponsored by the Cultural Bureau of Rio de Janeiro, recorded independently their first CD, called Saudades (2013) and performed at the “Guitar Foundation of America International Convention 2016”, the US most prestigious classical guitar festival, where he also conducted classes.
As a soloist he won first place in the “VI Selection of Young Talents of AV-Rio” (2008) and “V National guitar competition Fred Schneiter”, receiving a CD recording at Mexico as an extra prize in this last one, where he made release tours in 2012, 2013 and 2014 of his first solo CD Reminiscences from Brazil (www.tempusclasico.com).
Delvizio was a soloist with symphonic ensembles such as “Orquestra Sinfônica da URFJ”, “Orquestra Sinfônica Municipal de Campo Grande”, and also with choirs, playing Castelnuovo Tedesco’s Romancero Gitano, on many occasions. He also debuted works by Edino Krieger, Marco Pereira, Ricardo Tacuchian, Dimitri Cervo and Ronaldo Miranda, among other authors.
As a composer, he won the “Composition contest of UNIRIO” (2008), 4th place in “Contest Oscar Niemeyer - 100 years” (UFRJ, 2008). Had works performed at the 18th and 24th “Contemporary Brazilian music Bienal” (2009, 2021), and also in US, Portugal, Finland, Japan and France. His Folk Suite n.1 was premiered in 2020 by Orquestra Filarmônica de Goiás commissioned by the prominent British conductor Neil Thomson. At the same year delivered his Forest Scenes suite for recorder orchestra commissioned by Stuttgarter Blockflötenorchester, from Germany, soon to be premiered. During social isolation composed his small opera The Plague first debuted as a remote video recording and later, in 2021, staged and streamed. His Divagações Intervalares for piano and string orchestra was recently debuted in 2021 at the 24th Contemporary Brazilian music Bienal. Cyro Delvizio tends to address social issues on his works, as in his Indian Requiem, op. 33 for soloists, choir and orchestra.
Delvizio is a Doctor in Arts (USP, 2019), Master in Musicology (UFRJ, 2011) and Bachelor in Classical Guitar (UFRJ, 2008) under the tutoring of Dr. Turibio Santos. His dissertation won the “FUNARTE Prize of Music Critic Production 2013” for publishing it.
His book Agustín Barrios in Dreamland: the Amazing journey of a Paraguayan Guitarist Across Brazil is available in Portuguese and English (www.amazon.com/dp/B00ZODCT9I), and was presented at the “GFA International Convention 2015” in Oklahoma City, the “New Mexico Classical Guitar Festival”, the “New Orleans International Guitar Festival”, the “Mangoré Series” (at Manaus, Brazil), among many others concerts and lectures.

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