Reynaldo Fernández Pavón
Music Composer & Producer, Book Author
Reynaldo Fernández Pavón is a multifaceted artist, consecrated to the excellence of the arts. Retired professor, music composer and producer, as well as book writer, awarded for the “13th of March Music Award” in 1975; at the University of Havana for his classical music compositions.
Reynaldo’s symphonic works, chamber orchestra compositions, have been interpreted by prestigious ensembles, such as: The Symphonic Orchestra of Matanzas, the Cuban National Symphonic Orchestra, the Havana Chamber Orchestra, The Brindis de Salas Chamber Orchestra, and the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Russian Federal Republic, among others.
In 1982-83 Reynaldo Fernandez Pavon received EGREM music label “Best Musical Producer”.
Reynaldo has written music themes for documentaries played by the Cuban Institute of Art and Cinematographic Art (ICAIC). And for the Cuban Institute of Radio and Television (ICRT).
In 1980, Reynaldo obtained the UNEAC David First Prize with his book “Cruzando Mares” (Crossing Oceans), published in 1981 by Unión Press. He also composed music for theater play “Cuentos Negros” (Black Tales) written by Lydia Cabrera in 1997, premiered in the Repertory Spanish Theater of New York City. Cuentos Negros theater production was awarded The Best Musical Production by the Critics Association of New York (ACE).
As playwright, Reynaldo produced theater play “En el Parque” (In the Park) and the novel “El Lirio de Prado” (Lily of the Field); both works very acclaimed by local and international critics [Read More].
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