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Symphony No. 3

Walter Burle Marx

Um Jardim Se Faz de Luz e Sons

Fantasy on the Theme of the Brazilian National Anthem

Walter Burle Marx

Um Jardim Se Faz de Luz e Sons

The Witch Kids (Ballet)

Walter Burle Marx

PCM Orchestra Readings

Samba Concertante

Walter Burle Marx

PCM Orchestra Readings

Bach in Memoriam

Walter Burle Marx

PCM Orchestra Readings

Concertino No. 1 for Piano and Orchestra, Movement I

Walter Burle Marx

PCM Orchestra Readings

The Music of Walter Burle Marx

This playlist includes music from:

Orquestra Sinfônica Nacional da Universidade Federal Fluminense
Thiago Tiberio, regência

Um Jardim Se Faz de Luz e Sons
Sala Cecília Meireles, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
6 de maio de 2016

as well as other tracks transferred from tape archives (ca. 1952–ca. 1972), which are recordings made at the Philadelphia Conservatory of Music, where Walter lectured.

The Music of Walter Burle Marx

Thiago Tiberio

Thiago Tiberio

The Music of Walter Burle Marx

1970

  • An extremely animating presence… always ready and efficient.

    — Charles Mutter, Concertmaster, BBC Concert Orchestra

The Maestro

A young and energetic new talent with a budding international career, maestro Thiago Tiberio is often praised by his peers for mature musicianship, clarity of expression, and accurate technique.

A multifaceted musician, his classical, operatic, and film music career includes work with orchestras in Germany, United Kingdom, Canada, Spain, Australia, Switzerland, Turkey, South Korea, Japan, Brazil, and the United States.

His latest accolades include a concert of Shostakovich’s Tenth Symphony with Neojiba Youth Orchestra, hailed by critics as “genius”, and a concert with the Orquestra Sinfônica Nacional of Brazil which included the world-premiere of a new Critical Edition of Walter Burle Marx’s Fantasia Sobre o Thema do Hymno Nacional, as well as the first time in 40 years that his Symphony No. 3 was performed—marking the beginning of an extensive musical restoration project by the maestro.

Mr. Tiberio’s many awards include:

  • Emmy Award, Musical Direction – for the Live from Lincoln Center special “Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton” (as Assistant Conductor)
  • Luso-Brazilian Award, received at the United Nations in recognition for special contributions to the American communities
  • International Brazilian Press Award – Best Musician of 2015
  • Best Composition Award, Musica Nueva Málaga 2009 – for Sê Natural for orchestra
  • National Dean’s List Honorary Award – Mars Hill University, 2004
  • Duke Ellington Jazz Award – Mars Hill University, 2004

Mr. Tiberio studied with Robert Hart Baker, Daniel Meyer, Dinu Ghezzo, John Mauceri, and Dejan Savić, thus carrying forward the legacies of Herbert von Karajan, Otto-Werner Mueller, Gustav Meier, Sir Andrew Davis, Charles Dutoit, James Levine, and Leonard Bernstein.

He holds a Masters in Music Composition from New York University and Bachelors degrees in Music and in Business Administration from Mars Hill University—all summa cum laude.

He is the President of the Burle Marx Music Society and the Executive and Artistic Director of an education-centric, New York-based ensemble, The Third Estate Project.

Mr. Tiberio is a specialist in musical synchronization to film, having conducted orchestras in scoring sessions during most of his career. This naturally led to positions in live-to-picture concert productions, such as Lord of the Rings: Live to Projection, Danny Elfman: Music from the Films of Tim Burton, and The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Being a film composer as well as conductor gives him special insight into the construction, interpretation, and synchronization of each score’s music.

In 2017, he adapted the film Love Actually to a live-to-picture concert setting as music director, arranger, orchestrator, and technical engineer, editing and publishing the scores, videos—including the smoothest conductor sync video you will ever see—and audio stems.

In 2018, Mr. Tiberio will work with James Newton Howard on the creation of Hunger Games in Concert—coming soon to a hall near you!

As a composer, Mr. Tiberio writes concert as well as film music. His prize-winning works have been performed in notable locations worldwide, such as the United Nations in New York City, and by acclaimed musicians, including members of the Orchestre Lamoureux in Paris, France—known for premiering works of Debussy and Ravel.

In 2016, his Choros No. 1 and No. 2 were performed at Theatro Municipal João Caetano, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in a historically significant concert: it marked the first time that the Porta Corta-Fogo, Roberto Burle Marx’s largest painting, until then unknown, was presented to the public.

The film Air: The True Story of Gil C. Alicea, a feature documentary with his score, was chosen to open the 2012 Long Island Latino International Film Festival, and the acclaimed web series Be Strong Be Naked resulted in the composition of over three hours of music, from which a soundtrack album is being released.

Mr. Tiberio is currently working on a Concerto for Saxophone and Orchestra, on mastering the Be Strong Be Naked album, and on developing a variety of concert and theatrical projects.

Mr. Tiberio is actively involved in the community. He is a leader of the Caravan of Love, a program of the Inner Enlightenment Spiritist Society which brings musical healing to the elderly in nursing homes and to mental health patients in the area’s hospitals.

In addition, Mr. Tiberio is always interested community development efforts, readily accepting any speaking or meet-and-greet opportunities that help educate and build audiences—and he is an eloquent, passionate, engaging speaker.

Perhaps the only maestro in the world who makes his own batons and binds his own scores in hardcover, Mr. Tiberio is a polyglot and a multi-intrumentalist. He used to be an information technology consultant, holder of nine certifications in IT, including a Microsoft-Certified Systems Engineer credential. Before this, he worked as an auditor of non-profit organizations and as a piano technician.

Today, through his production company, Tiberio Music Design & Publishing, he can create and publish music for live performance, then record, edit, master, and publish high-definition audiovisual recordings.

A classical and jazz musician, Mr. Tiberio lives in New York with his wife Patricia. They enjoy cooking, reading, watching films, and playing piano against the steady 137 BPM of a Swiss-German cuckoo clock.

Upcoming Appearances

The Nightmare Before Christmas

Newark, New Jersey

15 December 2018

New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
New Jersey Performance Arts Center

Star Wars, Episode IV: A New Hope

Lisbon, Portugal

11–13 January 2019

Orquestra Gulbenkian
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian

Star Wars, Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back

Mulhouse, France

15–16 February 2019

Orchestre Symphonique de Mulhouse
Arenes de Metz & Zenith de Strasbourg

Star Wars, Episode VII: The Force Awakens

Mulhouse, France

4–5 October 2019

Orchestre Symphonique de Mulhouse
Arenes de Metz & Zenith de Strasbourg

Contact

Mr. Tiberio is represented worldwide by—


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Emily T. YoonVice President

5 Columbus Circle
1790 Broadway, 16th Floor
New York, NY 10019

t. 212-841-9509
f. 212-841-9774

emilyyoon@columbia-artists.com

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Symphony No. 3

Walter Burle Marx

Um Jardim Se Faz de Luz e Sons

Fantasy on the Theme of the Brazilian National Anthem

Walter Burle Marx

Um Jardim Se Faz de Luz e Sons

The Witch Kids (Ballet)

Walter Burle Marx

PCM Orchestra Readings

Samba Concertante

Walter Burle Marx

PCM Orchestra Readings

Bach in Memoriam

Walter Burle Marx

PCM Orchestra Readings

Concertino No. 1 for Piano and Orchestra, Movement I

Walter Burle Marx

PCM Orchestra Readings