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Marcelo Zarvos has composed music for many artistic mediums.
His movie scores include ones for Charles Herman-Wurmfeld’s Kissing Jessica Stein, Michael Burke’s The Mudge Boy, Hilary Birmingham’s Tully (nominated for 4 Independent Spirit Awards), and Paulo Machline’s Academy Award-nominated short film A Soccer Story.
Mr. Zarvos’ dance scores include “Divinities” (for Cleo Parker Robinson Dance) and “The Path,” both of which were presented at NYC’s Joyce Theater.
His recent chamber music compositions are the string quartet “Nepomuk’s Dances” (performed at Lincoln Center and the Library of Congress) and “Changes,” for wind quintet and piano.
As a recording artist, Mr. Zarvos has released three critically acclaimed albums on the MA Recording label: “Dualism,” “Music Journal,” and “Labyrinths.” The latter was cited by CDNow as one of the Top 10 Jazz CDs of 1999.
He has collaborated, as arranger and pianist, with the Paul Winter Consort. Mr. Zarvos has also been guest conductor with Sadao Watanabe and the Tokyo Symphony Chamber Orchestra.