Press and Tech 2019-03-25T21:46:33+00:00

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PianOrquestra has been impacting audiences and gaining a great deal of attention from specialized critics. With the release of the DVD the group has achieved a very unusual media return for the segment of quality instrumental music unlinked from the mass circuit.

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Artistic Director:
Claudio Dauelsberg
c.dauelsberg@gmail.com
+55 21 99911 2611

Production and Stage Manager:
Carlos Fausto Brito
carlosfaustosb@gmail.com
producao.pianorquestra@gmail.com
+55 71 98612 0195

Musicians:
Claudio Dauelsberg
Veronica Fernandes
Amanda Kohn
Nathália Martins
Mako

Guest Musicians:
Marina Spoladore
Priscilla Azevedo
Veronica Bonfim
Anne Amberget

Sound:
Rafael Duarte

Light and Projection:
Carlos Fausto

Movement Direction:
Laura de Castro / Rocio Infante

Visual Content:
Sol Galvão / Alexandre Andrada

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LETTER FROM STEINWAY TECHNICIANS

Calgary Jazz Festival Letter
Vancouver Jazz Festival Letter

“The group explores all the limits and extensions of the piano’s sounds. Fantastic. Getting to know PianOrquestra was a wonderful surprise. We had a great time on tour together!”
– João Bosco

“I found the options that PianOrquestra found and the amount of solutions to explore the piano’s sound really very interesting. It’s definitely worth seeing it.”
– Marisa Monte

“The research of sonorities that can be drawn from any instrument, any object, is really fantastic. And with all the knowledge that Claudio has… it surpasses everything. Fantastic! I loved it!
– Ana de Hollanda

“It’s an experimental, very contemporary work, from the early 21st century. A fascinating experience.”
– Arthur da Távola

“PianOrquestra is an experience bordering on geniality.”
-Bibi Ferreira

“Their performance was wonderful…”
– Handelsblad, 2011 (Dutch Newspaper)

“PianOrquestra is a musical theater, a restricted club where the piano is not played only in the normal manner, but also rhythmically on its internal parts …”
– Parool 2011 (Dutch Newspaper)