Seixas is a common Galician and Portuguese surname. It may refer to:

  • Carlos Seixas - Portuguese composer of the 18th century
  • Gershom Mendes Seixas - minister of Congregation Shearith Israel
  • Francisco Seixas da Costa - Portuguese diplomat and former politician
  • Vic Seixas - American tennis player
  • Raul Seixas - Brazilian rock musician
  • Alberto Seixas Santos - Portuguese film director
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Other articles related to "seixas":

Carlos Seixas
... José António Carlos de Seixas, (11 June 1704 – 25 August 1742), was a Portuguese composer, the son of the cathedral organist, Francisco Vaz and Marcelina Nunes ... Seixas was born in Coimbra ... It is claimed that when the king's son, Dom António, arranged for Scarlatti to give Seixas harpsichord lessons, Scarlatti replied that it was Seixas who should give him lessons ...
Gershom Mendes Seixas - The Seixas Family
... The Seixas family has contributed many prominent Americans - Gershom's brother, Abraham Mendes (1751-1799), was an officer in the Continental Army ... Today, members of the Seixas family are still leaders of the American Sephardic community ...
Raul Seixas - Biography
... Raul Santos Seixas was born at 8 am on June 28, 1945 in a middle-class family who lived at Avenida Sete de Setembro, Salvador in Bahia ... At the age of twelve Seixas formed his first group, The Panthers, later changing their name to the Portuguese language Raulzito e os Panteras ("Little ... Without any publicity, the record sunk and the band disbanded.Raul Seixas was totally shaken by the failure of the Panthers, and his return to Salvador ...
Alexander Wellford
... Augustine, Florida, he played a good match against Vic Seixas, who won Wimbledon in June 1953 ... In the first set against Seixas, Wellford took the ball on the rise and passed Seixas at the net a number of times ... When Seixas was down 5–2, Wellford won eleven of the next thirteen games ...