Brazilian pianist Victor Cayres has earned praise for concerts with the Sine Nomine string quartet in Switzerland and as a soloist with such orchestras as the Boston Pops and Brno Philharmonic in the Czech Republic. Mr. Cayres has been a frequent guest artist at Interlochen Center for the Arts, MI, and Boston University Tanglewood Institute. He has recently released a CD on Albany Records with works by David Owens. Previous 2013 engagements included concerts in Brazil and in the U.S., including a debut at Weill Hall, Carnegie Hall, as a soloist with the Chamber Orchestra of New York. Victor Cayres studied at University of São Paulo, Staatliche Hochschule für Muzik in Karlsruhe, Germany, New England Conservatory, and Boston University. Mr. Cayres serves on the piano faculty at Boston University School of Music. B.A., University of Sao Paulo, with Gilberto Tinetti and Eduardo Monteiro; M.M. and G.D., New England Conservatory, with Wha Kyung Byun, chamber music with Richard Stoltzman. DMA candidate, Boston University, with Anthony di Bonaventura and Boaz Sharon.