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Octávio Deluchi


New York, NY
Classical Guitar
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UWS Muse

  • Sunday, October 8, 2023, at 5:00 PM
  • Upper West Side

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Praised as "one of the most active and brilliant soloists from his generation" (Acervo Digital do Violão Brasileiro) by the specialized press and "one of the greatest talents of the Brazilian guitar today" (O Tempo), Octávio Deluchi had his solo debut at Carnegie Hall at the age of 24 and has more than 15 awards in national and international levels. He has collaborated with a wide variety of artists, between performances, premieres, and commissions, such as Emmanuele Baldini, Tania Leon, Sergio Assad, Vicente Paschoal, Rosana Diniz, Gabriele Leite, Eduardo Guterres, Guido Campos, to name a few. An advocate for new music, Deluchi is fostering the collaboration between performer and composer in order to create a new sonic identity for the classical guitar through different strategies on and off the stage.

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Traditional Repertoire

Not exclusively, but focused on contemporary (young and established) composers, Latin-American repertoire, and 19th-century repertoire.


Sérgio Assad (b. 1952) - Spanish Impressions (2nd version)*

João Luiz (b. 1979) - Prelude nº 4*

Vicente Paschoal (b. 1979) - Sonata**, Dedicatórias

Elodie Bouny (b. 1982) - Anjo

Joaquin Rodrigo - Tres Piezas Espanolas

Dionisio Aguado y Garcia - Andante y Rondó

Johann Kaspar Mertz - Fantaisie Hongroise

* - Premiered by Deluchi
** - Dedicated to Deluchi

Chamber music selections with flute (Brazilian repertoire, including Bossa-Nova and popular music), and a cello-guitar duo.


Host one of these programs in your space!



Heitor Villa-Lobos - Etude nº 7 (Octávio Deluchi) - Live

Luigi Legnani - Caprice nº 7 (Octávio Deluchi)

Heitor Villa-Lobos - Prelude nº 2 (Octávio Deluchi)