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Guillermo Silveira's Musical Compositions

* "Waves of Peace". : A performance celebrating peace of mind. At Kaya Wellness Center, 301 rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, DE. For info call: 302-227-1737. Friday December 6, at 6pm.

* Guillermo Silveira's "Peace Raga" and "Congolese Toccata". : Vigil for International Peace and Ecology. Saturday, September 21st at 11AM. Central Park Bandshell, Manhattan, New York. For info call: 302-227-1737.

* "Toward a Fountain of Peace". : A performance celebrating peace of mind. At Kaya Wellness Center, 301 rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, DE. For info call: 302-227-1737. Friday June 7th at 7pm.

* "Oh King" Guillermo Silveira's Music on Martin Luther King Jr's Legacy, "Congolese Tocatta" and "Splashes of Peace". : A performance celebrating MLK Jr's Legacy, Epworth United methodist Church, 19285 holland glade Road, Rehoboth Beach, DE. For info call: 302-227-7743. Sunday January 27th at 4pm.

* Guillermo Silveira's Music on wellness, ARBre and "Splashes of Peace". : A performance celebrating peace of mind. At Kaya Wellness Center, 301 rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, DE. For info call: 302-227-1737. Friday December 7th at 7pm.

* Guillermo Silveira's "Congolese Toccata" and "Splashes of Peace". : A performance celebrating Columbus' Mission. A benefit for The Cape Henlopen Food Basket. At St. Edmond's, King Charles Avenue & Laurel Street, Rehoboth Beach, DE. For info call: 302-227-1737. Thursday October 18th at 7pm.

* Guillermo Silveira's "Congolese Toccata" and "Splashes of Peace". : Vigil for International Peace and Ecology. Sunday, September 23rd at 11AM. Central Park Bandshell, Manhattan, New York. For info call: 302-227-1737.

* "Pirate's treasure" at the Biggs Museum by Guillermo Silveira. New music for all ages with audience participation. : Wednesday, July 11th at 10am. Biggs Museum of American Art • 406 Federal Street • Dover, DE 19901 • (302) 674-2111.

* New music, new poetry and new art. : TBA at 1PM. EUMC, Able Room, 19285 Holland Glade Road. Rehoboth Beach. For info call: 302-227-7743.

* Delmarava Music Festival. : On June 2nd, 7PM. Asbury United Methodist Church, 1401 Camden Avenue, Salisbury, MD 21801. For info call: 302-227-7743.

* A NEW CAFE CONCERT. New music, new poetry and new art, each performance is a different experience. : TBA. The Gallery Espresso, 70 Rehoboth Avenue. Rehoboth Beach. For info call: 302-231-2113.

* A New Performance inspired by the Biggs Museum Collection by Guillermo Silveira. New music, new poetry and new art. : Friday, September 2nd at 5:30PM. Biggs Museum of American Art • 406 Federal Street • Dover, DE 19901 • (302) 674-2111.

* GALLIMAUFRY, a new murder mystery... : TBA. Rehoboth Beach. For info call: 302-227-1737.

* Rosas : New Poems by Guillermo Silveira

* WORLD AIDS DAY December 1st 2009, Candlelight Walk and Service of Remembrance and Hope : Rehoboth Bandstand, Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach.

* Splash, The Winter Solstice Dolphin, and Percussion Puppets, Saturday December 5th, at 2:45 PM : A creative presentation for all ages at The Biggs Museum of American Art. For info call: 302-674-2111 www.biggsmuseum.org

* Music on Gazebos, poetry and new music at the Lewes Library, an out doors performance : TBA Summer 2010

* Web Site Story Commissioning Program: a letter

* Selected Performances of Commissioned Compositions: a catalog

* Scrambling the Cosmic Egg 2010, Monday Night at the National : The Show

* Poems. Three Winter Poems 2006 "A cross, a crane, a pillar"; "Biggs Museum Room" [a Museum of American History]; and "Victims of memory"

* Sonorizations and Performances with Audience Participation : Public events

* Lecture recitals : dates and info

* Biodata : info

Classical Music Archives Recognized Contributor

GUILLERMO SILVEIRA, composer.

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina (April 23rd, 1959) Silveira is one of the most commissioned, prolific and fascinating composers of his generation.

His works are performed worldwide. La Nación (Buenos Aires, 1980) writes he is “a young composer that has ideas and knows how to express them with coherence, proficiency, and good sense.” The Washington Post describes his work as “good theater, and even better music,” “colorful entertainment,” “dramatic and effective,” and notes his innovative leadership by saying his music is “evidence of where Latin American music is going.” Others have described his pieces as “post-modern sound books,” and “complex lyrical landscapes.”

Silveira’s music reflects his interest in the musical traditions of the Americas and the world, and its ethnic folk traditions. He explores the development of ancient and traditional musical forms as historical process in all continents, considering in each culture the concepts of time, synesthesia, deconstructivism, revisionism, dissemination, peace and environment.

Dr. Silveria writes in all musical genres based on multi-cultural studies. His work ranges from solo instruments to symphony orchestra, from cantata to opera and musical, from primitive music instruments and concrete sounds to computer electronic music. Silveira has done many inter-art collaborations with leading writers, visual artists, and musicians. He has written music for many films. His pieces include “Concierto Porteño,” “Danzacontradanza,” “Ecology Symphony,” “The cyclical night,” “Argentina Fantástica,” “La ronda del Angelito,” “Más Allá del Río Grande,” “Ten Mad Songs for the End of the World,” “The Script of God,” “4 Mondrian,” “Amazonas,” “Labyrinth of music,” “The Happy Prince,” “Urban Arias,” “Triumph of the Spirit,” “MetrOpera,” and “Please, Call me... Jackie.”

Silveira’s awards and commissions include: Citicorp, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Meet The Composer, D.C. Community Humanities Council, Latin-American music Center at Indiana University, D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities, D.C. mayor Award, National Endowment for the Arts, Benjamin T. Rome, Maryland State Arts Council, Peabody Conservatory of Music, Cannes film festival, organization of American States, Pro-Arte, The World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, International Monetary Found, The Royal Netherlands Embassy, Embassy of Mexico, Embassy of Brazil, Embassy of Panama, Embassy of Argentina, Embassy of Spain, and Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Fundación Santelmo, and Manzana de las Luces, Argentina.

He is currently working on chamber music compositions, a new videOpera, and a commissioned symphonic poem inspired by the literature of Jorge Luis Borges.

Guillermo is Ambassador for Peace at the Universal Peace Federation.

"There is no other musician in Washington -- perhaps no other musician anywhere -- quite like Guillermo Silveira" Joseph McLellan, special to The Washington Post.


List of Links

Commissioning Guillermo Silveira's Music
a list of options
On Argentina Fantastica
Evolution of the piece
Booking Guillermo Silveira's Music
Silveira performing his own music
Deconstructing Derrida
a new videOpera
Triumph of the Spirit
a new dance videOpera
Future Silveira's Performances
in Washington D.C.
Dear Friend
Letter to sponsors
Education
Graduate degrees, teachers, workshops.
Music for orchestra
Chamber, Choral and Symphony Orchestra
Silveira's music and video clips
Argentina Fantastica and Silveira at the piano
About "Please, Call Me ... Jackie"
Info about the work
Le Bidet
Educational, very important if you like to enjoy "Le Bidet", first USA Silveira's videOpera
Cantata Art-O-Matic
At the Manhattan Laundry Project
Alfredo Halegua's Art
Sculpture that inspired Pien in the Sky for piano
To order Silveira's music
Tapes, Scores, and Info.
Dr. Ariel
Suicide as One of the Fine Arts
AudioClip
MaracatuOrchestraMusic
WebArt
Collaboration with Brian Judy
Perc-Puppets or "Percusionetas"
Percussion Puppets o "Marionetas Percusivas"
ADifferentVoice
July 2000's Washington Post article by Joseph McLellan
OnWashington.com
The Skies of Washington
Video Labyrinth of Music
Sponsored by D.C Commission on the Arts and Humanities
GMN
Global Music Network
Labyrinth of Music Video at Macintosh Homepage
Sponsored by D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities
D.C. Art Beat
Great page for artists and organizations
Covenant, from "metrOpera"
Variations on an electronic deconstruction of a theme. Arthur Harrison, Rupert Chapelle, Joe Constantine, and Guillermo Silveira
INFO ON THE PROJECT FOR THE AIDS VACCINE
VERY IMPORTANT INFO
MetrOpera 2001
Info, Article by Guido Bolanos and Pictures by Joel Klisberg
Info on Antártida Argentina, a centenary!
Inspired "Carnavalito de los Pinguinos", Feb. 2004.
Search Music Net Work
A great site for more info, thanks to David!
Coca de Silveira, visual artist and women fasion designer
Porcelain art, perfume containers, pins, incense burners, deco items
Monsters Bash 2004
A Halloween Concert at Epworth United Methodist Church, Rehoboth Beach
Creative Music Workshop
A workshop designed to enhance musical creativity
More music info
Contemporary musicians
Original name history
What Guillermo Silveira means?
Naturaleza y Paz, Nature and Peace
Symphonic poem in progress
A site for Lusitanians,
learn about the portuguese diaspora
Diapason
Are you on tune?
A nonprofit project of The Randy Hostetler Living Room Fund
Randy's music and composers info
Malouines, Malvinas or Falklands?
to discuss these islands in a peaceful way...

Selected Performances and Commissioned Compositions

"Sentido" 

for lyric baritone, performer, videoprojector, tape, percussion and 
clarinet. A Threedimensional videOpera on Brazil. Brazilian American 
Cultural Institute, Washington, D.C. Friday March 23rd, 2001.



"A Different Voice"

for lyric baritone, clarinet, percussion, video and piano. 
Art-O-Matic 2000, Cultural Development Corporation.
Wednesday October 4th, 2000.



"Sonetos del Amor Obscuro"

 The Washington Post : A different voice 
for lyric baritone, clarinet and piano. International Financial Corporation, Wednesday May 25th, 2000. Washington Arts Club, June 2000. "Cantata Art-O-Matic" for baritone, two guitars, percussion and electronic sounds. The Manhattan Laundry Project, Saturday June 19th, 1999. "Guillermo Silveira's art songs on poets of the Americas" for soprano, alto, baritone, flute, guitar, percussion and electronic sounds. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution. Thursday June 3rd, 1999. "Labyrinth of Music" for four baritones, mezzosoprano, trumpet, violin, saxophone, children voices performers, bubbles and percussion. For the Art-O-Matic opening performance included art, videos, slides, dancers and performers. At Manhattan Laundry Project, May 21st, 1999. "The Brazilian Outreach in Guillermo Silveira's Music" for voice, piano, electronic sounds, videos and three performers, a retrospective musical performance and installation on Silveira's musical compositions inspired by the culture of Brazil, Brazilian American Cultural Institute. Friday April 23rd, 1999. "Please, Call Me... Jackie" Information about the work: A new videOpera
A chamber videOpera, The Anderson House, April 10th, 1999. "Triunfo de Espiritu" Triumph of the Spirit: a new dance videOpera
for Soprano, Lyric Baritone and Dancer, a chamber videOpera on Carlos Alfonzo's paintings and sculptures. The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Smithsonian Institution. August 13th, 1998. "A Dream Home" A videOpera on Silveira's inter-art collaborations with writers and visual artists. The Ruthless Grip, Art Project. June 8th, 1998. "Urban Arias" A chamber opera, on George Segal's sculptures. The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Smithsonian Institution. May 17th, 1998. "Dreaming the Amazons" for piano and electronic sounds, inspired by the visual art of the Tucuna natives, Brazilian American Cultural Institute, Washington, D.C. April 16th, 1998. "Pie in the sky" for piano, on Alfredo Halegua's sculpture. Brazilian American Cultural Institute. Washington, D.C. October 17th, 1997. "Four Mondrian" for piano and electronic sounds, inspired by the visual art of Piet Mondrian, Commissioned by The Royal Netherlands Embassy, Washington, D.C. January 16th, 1997. "Labyrinth of Music" for baritone, mezzosoprano, string quartet, children voices and percussion. On the visual arts of the Americas, performance included art, videos, slides, dancers and performers. Organization of American States, May 24th, 1996. "Argentina Fantastica" for piano and orchestra. American Youth Orchestra. Lisner Auditorium, May 5th, 1996. "The Bride Stripped Bare by her Bachelors, even" For baritone, violin and percussion, inspired by the visual arts of Marcel Duchamp, Sponsored in part by D.C. Commission on the Arts. April 10th, 1996. "Infinite Cantata" for voice, percussion, organ and piano, In Memoriam Denise, benefits for SOME, So others might Eat, Georgetown, Washington, D.C. December 19th, 1993; February 26th, 1994; December 17th, 1994 and 1995; December 21st, 1996. "Labyrinth of music" for baritone, violin, 3 different clarinets, saxophone, flute, bassoon, 2 trumpets and percussion. Inspired in the visual arts of the Americas. includes art, dancers, videos and slides. Commissioned by South 2 Foundation and The National Botanical Garden. Washington, D.C. May 30th, 1995. "Suite" for baritone, violin and percussion, inspired by visual arts of the Americas, Commissioned by the Montgomery County Govt., Rockville, Maryland, September 20th, 1994. "Mirrors/Espejos" for four sopranos, percussion and electronic sounds, Organization of American States, Washington, D.C. April 28th, 1994. "Pilares, Tributo de Paz" for piano, In memoriam Roberto Caamano. Inspired after a synesthesical experience. The Mexican Cultural Institute, November 3rd, 1993. "Suite Equina" for piano and electronic sounds, Mexican Institute, April 23rd. 1993. "Homeless Song" for voice and piano, benefit for SOME, So Others Might Eat, Georgetown, Washington, D.C. December 20th, 1992, and February 28th, 1993. "Sala de Conciertos" for mezzo soprano, piano and electronic sounds, Centro Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 12th, 1992. "Hope for an Antidote" for violin, piano and wind chimes, AIDS Benefit, Dumbarton United Methodist Church, Georgetown, Washington, D.C. July 9th, 1992. "Theory and practice of flotation" for violin, cello and piano, Trio Americas, The World Bank Auditorium, Washington, D.C. June 8th, 1992. "Ladies and Gentleman..." for baritone, voices and electronic sounds, Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina, January 1992. "Sur 2" Rhapsody for piano and electronic sounds, Cemtro Cultural Buenos Aires, Argentina, December, 1991. "Morning" cantata for voice and electronic sounds, Palos Verdes Auditorium, California, September 1991. "Three dances for a scientific, cultural and technological Argentine" for piano and electronic sounds. Argentine-North American Association for the Advancement of Science, Technology and Culture. Strathmore Arts Center, Maryland. June 1991. "Minuvoces" an electronic media fragmentation of sculptor Marta Minujin's voice and white noise. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. Buenos Aires, Argentina. May 1991. "La humanidad esta viviendo dias tremendos" for white noise and voices of Argentine historical politicians. Centro Cultural San Martin, Buenos Aires, Argentina. December 1990. "Three Images for Argentina" for piano and electronic sounds, Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 1991. "Iguazu Falls" for slides and electronic sounds. Astrea Book Gallery. Washington, D.C. May 1991. "Cristo en la cruz" for voice and piano. Centro Cultural Ciudad de Buenos Aires. Argentina. December 1990. "The greatest paradox of Tlon" for soprano, coins and electronic sounds. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. Buenos Aires, Argentina. December 1990. "The Cyclical Night" cantata for lyric baritone and electronic sounds. Premiered by Victor Torres, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina. April 1990. "Suite Standard" for voices, instruments and electronic sounds, for Jorge Luis Acha's film "Standard". November 1989. "La ronda del angelito" for voices and electronic sounds, Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, D.C. October 17th, 1989. "15 telescopic Variations on a Multipurpose-Robot theme" for voice, percussion and electronic sounds. January 1989. "Habeas Corpus" suite for voices, instruments and electronic sounds, for Jorge Luis Acha's film "Habeas Corpus" Cannes Film Festival's award, 1988. "Concrete Unconsciousness" Madrigal dramatico for voices and instruments. Centro Cultural Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 1987. Subsequently broadcast by Radio Municipal Ciudad de Buenos Aires, on January 1988 and Radio Nacional Argentina, June 1987. "In Memory of Jorge Luis Borges" for voice, clarinet, guitar, piano and synthesizer. The Catholic University of America Modern Language Department, Washington, D.C. June 1987. "Mas alla del Rio Grande" for soprano, clarinet, cello and percussion orchestra. Organization of American States, Washington, D.C. March 1987. Broadcast on Radio Municipal Ciudad de Buenos Aires. December 1987. "Environ-Mental Recital" for voice and instruments. The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music, Washington, D.C. November 1986. "Ecology Symphony" for choir and orchestra, Catholic University Orchestra, April 1986. "Guillermo Silveira in Recital" for trumpet, piano, voice and electronic sounds, Ward Recital Hall, Washington, D.C. April 1986. "South" for piano and taped piano sounds. The Latin American Center for Graduate Studies in Music, Washington, D.C. April 1986. Subsequently broadcast by Radio Municipal Ciudad de Buenos Aires, June 1989. "Landscape" music for Harold Pinter's play. Hartke theatre, Washington, D.C. February 1986. "Fall Music" for voices, flutes, guitar, harpsichord, piano and tape. The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music, Washington, D.C. December 1985. "Musicamaramericana" Chamber music recital for piano, trumpet and voice, Ward Recital Hall, February 1985. "Variete" Musical drama, Centro Cultural Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 1984. "Alas-ala" for female choir, clarinet, cello and percussion. The Organization of American States. October 1984. "Latelarana" Chamber Opera. Centro Cultural Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 1984. "Ten Mad Songs for the End of the World" Chamber opera, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, and Manzana de las Luces, Buenos Aires, Argentina. November 1983. "Concierto Porteno" for piano, two clarinets and two trumpets. Manzana de las Luces, September 1983. "Bosco" for French Horn. Broadcast on Radio Bariloche, Argentina, January 1983. "Danza Contradanza" for orchestra. Orquesta Sinfonica nacional, Argentina, December 1982. "The Graduate" for trumpet and piano four hands. Conservatorio La Lucila, Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 1982. "Romantic out of Era" for clarinet, trumpet and piano. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina. September 1982. "Dos Lenguajes" for voice, clarinet, trumpet, guitar, piano and tape. Fundacion San Telmo and Radio Nacional, Buenos Aires, Argentina, July and August 1982. "Quem Quaeritis" for voices, violin and tape. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, April 1982, Accion Catolica Argentina, St. Vincent's Chapel Washington, D.C. April 1986. Broadcast Radio Nacional Argentina, June 1989. "Cuarteto Paulistano" for string quartet. Pro-Arte, Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, February 1982. "Gerere" for flute, clarinet, saxo alto, cello, guitar, cellesta and harp. In memory of Heitor Villa-Lobos, Brazilian Embassy and Secretaria de Cultura de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, December 1981. "Interiores" for clarinet solo, Compositores de Nueva Musica. April 1982. "DROB" for baritone, SATB, flute, clarinet, bassoon, guitar, piano and tape. Fundacion San telmo, Argentina, December 1980. "Obacaesnas" for baritone, piano four hands and tape. Clef, Centro Musical, Buenos Aires. December 1979. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Primera Iglesia Evangelica Metodista, broadcast Radio Nacional, November 1980. "Preludios" for piano and tape, 1974-7 "Monet's Studio boat" The Studio Boat : I, II, adn III
for piano, 1971. "Canciones para ninos" for children soprano and alto, Colegio Guadalupe, Buenos Aires, Argentina. August 1969. "Mi primer vals del minuto" for piano and sundial, 1967. ______________________________________________________________________ SONORIZATIONS AND PERFORMANCES WITH AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION "Ñ" A video performance with Guillermo Silveira, his "Percussion Puppets" : Percusionetas Garababstractas
and audience participation. Art-O-Matic 2000. September 28th to October 28th, 2000. "Port du bras" A performance in collaboration with visual artist Nicolas Shi, composer Guillermo Silveira and audience participation. Dupont Circle Fountain and Capital Pride Parade at the Festival. June 12th and 13th, 1999. "A Dream Home" A 32 hours performance installation for voices, electrical guitar, electrical bass, synthesizer, percussion, videos, tapes and dancers. Ruthless Grip, Art Project, Adams Morgan. June 4th to the 11th, 1998. "Chansonier" For voice, piano, and percussion. Brazilian American Cultural Institute. October 28th, 1997. "The Praise of Folly" for piano and audience voices, The Royal Netherlands Embassy, Washington, D.C. January 16th, 1997. "Have the cake and eat it too" For baritone, cello and percussion; with art, videos and slides. District of Columbia Arts Center. January to March, 1996. "Labyrinth of Music" for baritone, violin, flute, 3 different clarinets, bassoon, saxo alto, 2 trumpets and percussion. Inspired by the visual arts of the Americas, it includes, art, dancers, videos and slides. The National Botanical Gardens, Washington, D.C. May 30th, 1995. "SDDC [Something Different in the District of Columbia]" for baritone, percussion, slides and videos. District of Columbia Arts Center. January to October, 1995. "Infinite Cantata" for baritone, soprano, percussion and audience participation. Georgetown's Dumbarton Church, December 1993-96. "Sonorization of a tree" AIDS benefit for Whitman Walker's Clinic, Dumbarton Church, July 9th, 1992. "Palais de Glace three trees Sonorization" Palais de Glace, Buenos Aires, Argentina, January 6, 1992. "The other poem of the gifts" cantata on Jorge Luis Borges poem [The other poem of the gifts], singing in procession from Centro Cultural Recoleta to Palais de Glace" Buenos Aires, Argentina, January 6, 1992. "Audience Sonorization of a tree at Centro Cultural Recoleta" Buenos Aires Agentina, December 8th, 1991. "Sonorization of a tree at Dumbarton Oaks" Art video, October 1991. "Audience" Instantaneous automatic composition on audience sounds, Fundacion San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina, June 1982. ______________________________________________________________________ LECTURE RECITALS "Invitation au Voyage" A bilingual presentation of art, poetry, and music. Poems by Budelaire, Verlaine, Prevert and Niver. Washington Art-O-Matic at the Manhattan Laundry. June 5th and 12th, 1999. "Nirguna" A lecture on a new multimedia chamber opera at The Manhattan Laundry Project, Thursday June 2nd, at 7:30 PM. "Silveira's videOpera concept" Sumner Museum and Archives, February 17th, 1998. "Silveira's music inspired in The Netherlands Arts and Literature" the Royal Netherlands Embassy. January 16th, 1997. "Silveira's music inspired in the Brazilian culture" Brazilian American Cultural Institute, December 18th, 1996. "The Bride Stripped Bare by her Bachelors, Even" Silveira's chamber opera on Marcel Duchamp Green Book. April 10th, 1996. "Silveira's music for piano from 1974 to 1984" Sponsored by South 2 Foundation. Dumbarton United Methodist Church. January 21st, 1995. "Silveira's music related to the literature of the Americas" Indiana University, Sponsored by National Endowment for the Arts, Bloomington, Indiana, July 7th, 1994. "Mirrors/Espejos" Silveira's music on Borges, Bioy Casares, Poe and Whitman. Organization of American States, Sponsored by D.C. Community Humanities Council, Washington, D.C. April 28th 1994. "Guillermo Silveira's Chamber Music, Visual Arts and Literature" Dumbarton Church, Georgetown, Washington, D.C. October 1992. "Mi musica y las otras Artes" Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 1992. "Guillermo Silveira's New Compositions" Astraea Book Gallery, Washington, D.C. May 1991. "Guillermo Silveira's Music inspired in Visual Arts" Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina. May 1991. "Guillermo Silveira's Music inspired in Visual Arts" Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Arquitectura, Urbanismo y Diseno, Buenos Aires, Argentina. May 1991. "Jorge Luis Borges y el tiempo musical" Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina. December 1990. "Guillermo Silveira's Chamber Music Works" Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina. April 1990. "Guillermo Silveira's music from 1978 to 1988" Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. May 1988. "Guillermo Silveira's Chamber Music Lecture Recital" Ward Recital Hall, Benjamin Room School of Music, February 1985.
_______________________________________________________________ MUSIC CATALOGUE, RECORDINGS AND SCORES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST _______________________________________________________________ The publication of this text has been made possible by the generosity and support of Carlos Arrien at the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities, and Phill Shapiro.








Nothing better than playing with time to understand that is a fiction.
"Life is always the same, it always changes..." Guillermo Silveira.
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Guillermo Silveira

guillermosilveir@hotmail.com
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
United States of America