Artur Cimirro

Posted by: pianoloverus

Artur Cimirro - 05/19/06 08:06 PM

I found this pianist's homepage while surfing. Here it is:

http://br.geocities.com/arturcimirro/index_eng.htm

I'm curious if anyone has heard anything about him since his homepage has some amazing (hard for me to believe)information about him IMHO.

Although only 24 he has around 110 concerti in his repertoire and his solo repertoire includes works by at least 100 different composers. His first solo recital consisted of Liszt: Dante Sonata and b minor Sonata, Ravel:Gaspard, Stravinsky:Petrouchka. He has only been playing piano for around 10 years.
Posted by: mmmmaestro007

Re: Artur Cimirro - 05/19/06 11:21 PM

dosen't sound quite right to me \:\)
Posted by: AndrewG

Re: Artur Cimirro - 05/20/06 07:12 AM

To me it's not unbelievable at all. Look at this pianist's home page and his REPERTORY, particularly:

http://www.ianpace.com/
Posted by: enigma2024

Re: Artur Cimirro - 08/15/08 11:38 AM

This pianist has some AMAZING piano transcriptions and compositions. VERY talented
Posted by: SoundEffect

Re: Artur Cimirro - 06/08/10 04:59 AM

I have just seen this clip that is quite amazing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9DFLyCMgvQ

If Cimirro really has all those things transcribed that he has listed on his website, that's quite an achievement at this young age: http://www.arturcimirro.com.br/transcriptions.htm
Posted by: dannylux

Re: Artur Cimirro - 06/08/10 10:34 AM

Artur has posted regularly for many years at pianophilia and GFF.

I'm surprised you don't know him.

He's an extraordinarily talented pianist.


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