Guarnieri

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Guar·ni·er·i

(gwahr-nā-er'ē),
Giuseppi, Italian physician, 1856-1918. See: Guarnieri bodies.
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Saturday What: Accompanied by a small chamber orchestra, Jette sings works by Heitor Villa-Lobos and Camargo Guarnieri (Brazil); Montserrat Campmany, Alberto Ginastera and Astor Piazzolla (Argentina); Alfonso Broqua (Uruguay); Joaquin Silva-Diaz (Venezuela); and Carlos Chavez (Mexico) Tickets: $20 and $30 for each performance; college students and high school and younger half price; call 434-7000 Extra: There is a 6 p.
He received important national awards, such as the first prize in the 1998 Camargo Guarnieri Composition Contest in Brazil for his composition Suite Guarnieri and the first prize in the Sinfonia dos 500 Anos composition contest in Brazil in 2000 for his composition Uma Lenda Indigena Brasileira.

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