Douglas DaSilva is a composer, guitarist, educator, curator, film-maker and amateur clarinetist based in New York City. As Artistic Director for the Composer's Voice concert series, "DaSilva knows just how to tempt you with a delicious array of musical desserts that titillate your ear." NM421.
Much of DaSilva's work is influenced by Brazilian music. His compositions have been described in Classical Guitar Magazine as "very individual, and [with] a very clear personality." His pieces Sarabande, How to Build a Totalitarian State and Contrails have been included in 60x60 projects. His works have been performed in Brazil, England, Italy, Germany, Romania, Brazil & throughout the USA. His documentary film My Dad's Violin was scheduled for release in 2015.
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