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Walmor Boza: Classical Guitar Concert
Sun, November 14, 2021 9:00 PM, CET
In 2017 the Brazilian guitarist Walmor Boza obtained a Master in the "V Master of Classical Guitar" assigned to the University of Alicante. He studied with the greatest current guitarists, highlighting David Russell, Manuel Barrueco, Pepe Romero, Fábio Zanon, Ignacio Rodes and Xavier Días-Latorre.
In 2012 he graduated in the School of Music and Fine Arts of Paraná (Brazil) in the class of Professor Dr. Alisson Alipio and since 2011 he has specialized in interpretation with Fábio Zanon in São Paulo.
In parallel to his academic background, Walmor participated in several guitar seminars and festivals in Brazil and abroad, highlighting the “XXI Koblenz International Guitar Festival” in Germany (2013), with a grant from the Federal Government through the Ministry of Culture .
In 2015 he started his international career at the “VI Festival de Guitarra Andes y Sierras” (Argentina). In 2016 he participated in the “3rd Guitar Festival” in Cevennés (France) and in 2018 he was invited to give a concert at the “XXXIV and XXXV Music Workshop” in Curitiba, one of the greatest music festivals in Latin America.
In 2018 he held a tour of 18 concerts by the largest cities of the State of Paraná in the south of Brazil.
In 2019 Walmor will debut in front of “Camerata Antiqua” from Curitiba, the most important chamber orchestra in Brazil.
In addition to acting as a soloist, Walmor Boza performs intense activity as a component of the groups “Duo Bozanelli” (guitar and violin), “Duo Resonare” (guitar and piano) and “Quinteto Boccherini” (guitar and cuerda cuerda).
Finally, Walmor Boza acts as founder and coordinator of the study and research group "Encuentro de los Violonistas" and the "Camerata Curitibana de Guitarra".
"Walmor conveys a unique personality to his performances, with a great technical mastery of the guitar, which fits his unique musical personality."
- David Russell
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