Porto 60: works for piano by composers from Porto Alegre born in the 1960s

Dimitri Cervo - Brasil 2000 (2002)
James Correa - Ekdysis/b (2003)
Lourdes Saraiva - Contempações (2003)
Alexandre Birnfeld - Cangaço (2003)
Ricardo Mitidieri - Alternata II (2003)
Fernando Mattos - Epigrafes Espanholas (1997)
Eduardo Reck Miranda - Ex Tetika Doquenti (2003)
Daniel Wolff - ToCatchita (2003)
Released in 2004 (Fumproarte) 


Catarina won a Grant from the City of Porto Alegre Arts Fund to comission and record the works in Porto 60. The CD received the Açorianos Prize for best classical CD and Catarina received the Açorianos Prize for best instrumentalist in 2005.

Kinematic

Rodrigo Bustamante, violino
Rodrigo Alquati, violoncelo
Catarina Domenici, piano

Stanley Silverman – In Celebration
Daniel Wolff – Trio para Violino, Violoncelo e Piano (*first recording)
Astor Piazzolla – Las Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas (transcribed by Rodrigo Bustamante)
Released in 2002 (MinC)

Musitrio received the Açorianos Prize for chamber music group in 2003. 

VII Prêmio Eldorado de Música

Cármelo de los Santos, violino
Catarina Domenici, piano

Béla Bártok – Rapsody No. 1
Heitor Villa-Lobos – Sonate-fantaisie No. 1, Desesperança
Sergei Prokofiev – Sonata in D major, Op. 94 bis
Edino Krieger – Sonâncias
James Correa – Retrato Cubista da Cidade de Porto Alegre (*first recording)
Maurice Ravel – Tzigane
Released in 1995 (Eldorado)

Brasil! New Music, vol. 1

Ensemble Novo Horizonte
Graham Griffths, conductor

Eduardo Gruimarães Álvares – Pétula Petulância (*first recording)
Roberto Victório – Bereshit (*first recording)
Sílvio Ferraz – Entre vozes, gestos e passáros (*first recording)
Released in 1993 (Camerati)
Brasil! New Music was voted by the São Paulo Art Critics Association (APCA) the best recording of Brazilian contemporary music in 1993. 

Plural (works by Eduardo Reck Miranda and James Correa)

James Correa - Danças & Intermezzi (2002), for piano and electronics (*first recording)
Eduardo Reck Miranda - Grain Streams (1999), for piano and electronics (*first recording)
Eduardo Reck Miranda - Cidade Baixa (1986), for clarinet, basson, piano, and triangle (*first recording)
Released in 2002 (Fumproarte) 

Volume Dois (works by Luciano Zanatta)

Nhac! (*first recording)
Released in 2003 (Fumproarte)

In 2003 Catarina was nominated for the Açorianos Prize for Best Instrumentalist for the recording of Nhac!.

Tudo Muda: the music of Flávio Oliveira

Movimentos : Variações, for two pianos, oboe, and trombone
Released in 2002 (Fumproarte)

Composer Flávio Oliveira received two Açorianos Prizes for this CD: Best Composer, and Best Classical CD. 

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