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Duo guitar pick at the Piano, Jairo Wilkens and Tarke Ortigara. Photo: Alice Rodrigues.

Duos and trios are the attractions in the early days of the 34th music workshop

Three concerts are scheduled for the first day of the 34th music workshop of Curitiba. Classes start this Friday (8), the morning and afternoon, at PUC-PR., leaving aside for the night the Duo recitals Reed on Piano, Duo Gulin-Pilatti, the Japanese pianists Momoka Yano and Takayuki Nikaido, and the Chamber Music trio formed by violinist Winston Ramalho, the Alexandre Razera violist and pianist William Pozzi.

In a musical partnership of more than 15 years, the duo Reed on Piano, with Jairo Wilkens and Tarke Ortigara, has been one of the attractions of the editions of the music workshop. His interpretations reproduce the many expressive possibilities of this type of training. This time they play in the Palace of liberty, featuring a repertoire of works of composers of the early 20th century 20, as Czech Bohuslav Martinu, the Englishman Gerald Finzi and the Austrian Joseph Horovitz, and also a current work of American Steven Harlos.

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With a rare Chamber music training, the duo of viola and flute with Rogério Gulin and Giampiero Pilatti is a novelty in the music workshop. The musicians, developing individual careers in the field of popular music and classical music, are starting a job of combining two instruments present in the Brazilian musical culture. The duo's repertoire is based on the works of Roger Gulin and transcriptions of classical music repertoire. The duo will be performing at 6:30 pm, in the theater of the Armory.

The young Japanese pianists Momoka Yano and Takayuki Nikaido are participating in the 34th Workshop at the invitation of artistic director Claudio Cruz and each does a performance in concert Friday, at 8:30 pm, in the chapel Santa Maria. Nikaido presents the Sonata No. 6 in a major of Sergei Prokofiev and Yano plays the Sonata No. 2 in b-flat minor by Sergei Rachmaninoff. The program of the night, in the chapel Santa Maria, still sonatas of Maurice Ravel and Johannes Brahms performed by trio Winston Ramalho (violin), Alexandre Razera (Viola) and William Pozzi (piano).

Partners – Held by the Municipal Government and the Cultural Foundation of Curitiba, Curitiba Institute for art and culture (ICAC), the music workshop 2016 has the sponsorship of Copel, support master from PUC-Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná, support of the Bank of Brazil and cultural support of the Centro Cultural Teatro Guaíra, Consulate General of United States in São Paulo, Consulate General of Poland in Curitiba, Curitiba Hostel, Family Flour, And-Paraná, School of music and fine arts of Paraná, Faculty of Arts of Paraná, Lumen FM, Secretary of State for Culture, SESC da Esquina and Paço da Liberdade, UFPR/Dean of extension and culture.

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34th music workshop of Curitiba
Duo guitar pick at the Piano
Local: SESC Palace of Liberty (Generoso Marques Square)
Date and time: 8 January, às 18h30
Tickets: free
Duo Gulin-Pilatti
Local: Paiol theater (Guido Viaro Square, s/nº)
Date and time: 8 January, às 18h30
Tickets: R$ 10 e R$ 5
Piano recital with Momoka Yano and Takayuki Nikaido and chamber music with the trio Winston Ramalho (violin), Alexandre Razera (Viola) and William Pozzi (piano)
Local: Chapel Santa Maria (S. Counselor Laurindo, 273)
Date and time: 8 January, at 8:30 pm

Tickets: R$ 10 e R$ 5

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