Fábio Cury was principal bassoonist with the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra and the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra. He is currently a professor at the University of São Paulo (USP) and associate professor and director of the USP Symphony Orchestra. In the past, he was also a member of the Cantareira Faculty, the São Paulo State School of Music (EMESP) and the Tatuí State Conservatory. He played in the Municipal Symphony Orchestra of São Paulo and in the Camerata Aberta, and frequently performed as a soloist with the most prestigious orchestras and chamber music groups in Brazil.
In 1991, he earned a degree in bassoon performance from UNCAMP, where he studied with Paul Justi. Shortly thereafter, he received a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Program (DAAD) to study with Klaus Thunemann at the Hochschule für Theater und Musik in Hannover. Fábio Cury graduated with a Master's degree from the University of Campinas in Brazil in 1999. He is a prize winner of numerous Brazilian competitions. In 2010 his CD "Velhas e novas cirandas" was released.
As a soloist, chamber musician and lecturer, he has performed and taught at all major Brazilian music festivals. Outside Brazil, he is dedicated to promoting Brazilian repertoire, giving lectures and courses, and performing as a soloist in Argentina, Panama, Canada and Europe.
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