Zoltan Paulinyi

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Aliases: Paulini, Zoltan

Life

Born: 1977

Biography:

Zoltan Paulinyi: Brazilian violinist, studied with violinist Ricardo Giannetti (from 1984-1999) and composer Oiliam Lanna (1995-1999), he also took classes with composers Oscar Edelstein (from Argentina, 2002 & 2003), Harry Crowl (in Juiz de Fora, 1995-96); and violinists Ruggiero Ricci, Leopold la Fosse, Micaela Comberti and Luis Otavio Santos, among others.

Doctor degree in Composition at University of Évora, Portugal 2012.

Undergraduated in Physics in 1999, Paulinyi moved to Brasília in the following year for the post of first violinist of the National Theatre Orchestra, which marks the begining of his main compositional activities. In 2002, he has recorded his first CD with some works for 2 violins, and had most of his pieces premiered in Romania when celebrating his 25 years of age. In 2005, his work "Anedota" for solo flute was selected for the Biennial Week of Music in Rio de Janeiro.

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List of choral works



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Recordings

  • Rabeca Moderna by Duo Magyar – 2002

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