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Eudóxia de Barros

The classical pianist Eudóxia de Barros, the main interpreter of Ernesto Nazareth’s works, had a good background with renowned teachers like Magda Tagliaferro, Pierre Kostanoff, Lazare Lévy, and Pierre Sancan. In 1953, having been chosen like a soloist from the Brazilian Symphonic Orchestra within an open up contest, she carried out the first nationwide efficiency of Villa-Lobos’ “Concerto #1,” followed by that orchestra carried out by Eleazar de Carvalho. A decade later, she began to perform recitals and lectures about Nazareth. In 1965, she trained at the institution of Arts of NEW YORK (Winston-Salem), having been appointed unanimously within the next yr the winner of the competition for the soloist from the symphonic orchestra of NEW YORK, having toured consequently the U.S. using the orchestra carried out by Benjamin Swalin. Having performed at the city Hall with Carnegie Hall, she resided in Germany in 1969 and 1970, and she came back to Brazil, where she toured the North and Northeast, asked by the Federal government Committee for Tradition. In 1994, Eudóxia de Barros carried out the first globe efficiency of Osvaldo Lacerda’s “Cromos,” for piano and orchestra, having earned, within the next yr, the national reward of music through the Funarte Basis as the very best interpreter.

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