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PAULO ALVARES

The Brazilian pianist Paulo Sérgio Guimarães Álvares has appeared throughout the world as a soloist and chamber musician. He studied in São Paulo under Caio Pagano, in Texas under Steven de Groote, and under Aloys Kontarsky in Cologne. After winning the Kranichsteiner music prize at the Darmstadt International Course for new music, he explored the relationship between the piano and live electronics at IRCAM in Paris. Paulo Álvares devotes himself to new music, improvised music and to classical and contemporary repertoire. He has made many recordings, including all of Mauricio Kagel’s keyboard music. He is a professor of Piano and Improvisation at the Cologne Musikhochschule and coordinator professor for piano and chamber music at the Instituto Politécnico – ESART in Castelo Branco, Portugal.

Role: Classical Artist 
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