...shaping sounds and ideas...
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Brazilian conductor Cinthia Alireti is the co-artistic director and principal conductor of the Unicamp Symphony Orchestra (OSU, Brazil). Recently, she has stood out as the musical director of several opera productions, such as J. Strauss' Die Fledermaus, Verdi’s La traviata , W. A. Mozart's The Magic Flute, Donizetti's L'Elisir d'amore, A. Scarlatti's Tigrane, performed with period instruments, and the multimodal opera Descobertas by J. Manzolli, among others. Numerous premieres of symphonic and vocal works, multidisciplinary productions, and historically informed performances are featured under her baton, along with classics of the symphonic literature. In addition to her position in Campinas, she also appears as guest conductor in other cities in Brazil, and in Germany, France, Ecuador and the United States. In parallel with the artistic activity, she has been fomenting the development of the classical music ecosystem in Brazil, through events for discussion and information on the subject, with the participation of important personalities in the area, such as the Forum Orchestra Management and Social Commitment and the international symposium Women in Concert Music Today.
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She did so to such a high degree that listeners, on closing their eyes [...] could be transported to that other time and place...