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Instruments  Piano
Name  Evencio Castellanos
Role  Pianist

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Born  May 3, 1915 Cua, Miranda state, Venezuela (1915-05-03)
Occupation(s)  musician, pianist, composer, director
Associated acts  Venezuela Symphony Orchestra, Orfeon Lamas, Collegium Musicum de Caracas
Died  March 16, 1984, Caracas, Venezuela
Genres  Classical music, Music of Venezuela
Compositions  Santa Cruz de Pacairigua, Santa Cruz de Pacairigua, Suite avilena: II La ronda de ninos, Suite avilena: II La ronda de ninos, Suite avilena: III Nocturno, Suite avilena: III Nocturno, Suite avilena: V Navidad, Suite avilena: V Navidad, El rio de las siete estrellas, El rio de las siete estrellas, Suite avilena: IV Amanecer de Navidad, Suite avilena: IV Amanecer de Navidad, Suite avilena: I Avilena, Suite avilena: I Avilena
Similar People  Vicente Emilio Sojo, Antonio Estevez, Inocente Carreno, Saul Vera, Alberto Naranjo

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Evencio Castellanos Yumar (May 3, 1915 – March 16, 1984), was a Venezuelan pianist and classical musician.

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Biography

From 1938 to 1944 Castellanos studied at the Superior School of Music of Caracas. In 1947 he went to New York City on a two-year scholarship studying piano with Carlos Buhler. He held various teaching positions in Caracas and founded the Collegium Musicum de Caracas, a Venezuelan musical group.

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Evencio Castellanos Wikipedia


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