Cyro Baptista Fall Tours


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Cyro Baptista is proud to announce his newest adventure and its upcoming shows, Villa-Lobos/Vira-Loucos. This adventure is in fact his oldest and first project: it is based on his debut solo CD , recorded in 1997, where he interprets the music of Brazil's greatest classical composer Heitor Villa-Lobos.

The first concert will be on October 13, at New York City's Carnegie Hall, Zankel Hall. At Carnegie Hall, the band will be joined by very special guest John Zorn.

Cyro Baptista's Banquet of the Spirits are also heading out on the road for a series of shows and workshops. Check out all the dates below.

Banquet of the Spirits Shows & Workshops:
  • Sep 16, 2010: Woodstock, NY—The Bearsville Theatre
  • Sep 17, 2010: Marlboro, NY—The Falcon
  • Sept 22, 2010: Camillus, NY—Jim Dunham's House of Fun—Clinic/Workshop
  • Sep 23, 2010: Syracuse, NY—Setnor Auditorium—Syracuse University
Setnor School of Music Convocation
  • Sep 23, 2010: Syracuse, NY—Masterclass with Syracuse University's Samba Laranja
  • Sep 24, 2010: Syracuse, NY—Westhill High School Workshop
  • Sep 24, 2010: Syracuse, NY—The Westcott Theater
  • Sep 25, 2010: Montreal, Canada—L'Astral
Tour Dates:
  • Oct 13, 2010: New York City—Carnegie Hall, Zankel Hall
  • Oct 14, 2010: Hampton, VA—The American Theatre/Hampton Arts
  • Oct 15, 2010: Richmond, VA—Modlin Center at The University of Richmond
  • Oct 17, 2010: Warm Springs, VA—Garth Newel Music Center
  • Oct 26, 2010: Austin, TX—Texas Performing Arts Center
Check out reviews of Cyro Baptista albums Infinito and Banquet of the Spirits by JamBase Associate Editor Dennis Cook

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