Maiani da Silva
Reviews, mentions, and interviews of
Violinist and performer Maiani da Silva
Meu arranjo de Quando O Carnaval Chegar (Chico Buarque), mencionado durante a palestra de Eduardo Giannetti no Instituto de Engenharia. Agradeço ao Instituto por incluir o meu trabalho!
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"Through music and acting, 8BB explored the daring, whimsical, complicated, and cyclical facets of Lang's interpretation of Stein. Watching each member of 8BB balance the music and text while maintaining the spirit of intent behind their actions was nothing short of spellbinding." –Josh Bottoms
"The musicians of Eighth Blackbird were mesmerizing to watch and utterly committed to the music. They played with exuberance – especially Duvall on drums. Langrée and the orchestra collaborated with buoyant, sensitive playing. One can hope that “Nine Mothers” will have many more performances. The audience approved with a standing ovation." –Janelle Gelfand
"These three pieces work wonderfully together to deliver a memorable and engaging album. The interplay between piano, cello and violin is wonderfully constructed and expertly executed." –Darren Rea
Eighth Blackbird (Maiani da Silva & Ashley Bathgate), Composer Viet Cuong Team with University of Arkansas Students.
"Vollrath’s sure-handed scoring for violin, cello and piano creates effects almost orchestral in nature, ably performed by the Summa Trio, Los Angeles-based contemporary music specialists." -Michael Schulman
"If your New Year’s resolution involves stretching your ears to accommodate fresh sounds by innovative contemporary composers, both established and emerging, this invigorating double bill is just the ticket. The violin duo the Furies and the saxophone quartet ~Nois take on works by Eve Beglarian, Olga Neuwirth, Emma O’Halloran, Jennifer Walshe, Cassie Wieland, and others." –Steve Smith
"Their all-female composer program at Scholes transcended any notion of re-balancing the scales: a daring, cutting, and vulnerable performance probed deep questions about human nature, both directly and abstractly." –Aaron Wolff