Fábio Cury, (Master in Arts from UNICAMP and Ph.D. in Music from USP), is professor of bassoon at São Paulo University and principal bassoonist in the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra and São Paulo Opera. He will present the US premiere of Concert for Bassoon, String Orchestra, and Harp by the Brazilian composer, André Mehmari. Cury’s recordings include Bach’s works performed on the baroque bassoon and recordings with Camerata Aberta, a group dedicated to the performance of new compositions. He has recorded works by Brazilian composers, and his album Velhas e novas cirandas: Brazilian music for bassoon and orchestra was awarded APCA Prize for best CD in 2010. Cury performs on a Püchner bassoon model superior and currently acts as artistic and executive director of the USP Symphony Orchestra.
Piece for solo bassoon (specially commissioned for the conference), Alexandre Lunsqui (b. 1969) Zefiro Suíte Brasileira, André Mehmari (b. 1977) Prelúdio Choro-Canção Frevo Valsa Baião Pub: Estúdio Monteverdi Publisher Fábio Cury, Bassoon Brenda Ishikawa, Piano
Open to the public – Purchase Tickets (Ticket included with conference registration.) IDRS 2022 Conference Festival Orchestra Gary Lewis, Conductor Titus Underwood, oboe Concerto for Oboe and Orchestra – Ulysses Kay (1917-1995) I. Allegro II. Lento III. Allegro Kathleen McLean, bassoon “Big Booster” for solo bassoon and strings (2017/revised 2021) – Chiel Meijering (b. 1954) Big […]