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Orfeo is the Italian for Orpheus, a legendary figure in Greek mythology, chief among poets and musicians.
Orfeo may refer to:
- Orfeo Boselli (1597–1667), ]Italian sculptor
- Orfeo Orfei (]1836-1915), Italian painter
- Orfeo Vecchi (ca. 1551 – 1603), Italian composer
- Orfeo (artist), Robert Castillo, a Los Angeles native, classically trained opera singer.
- Orfeo (record label), a German record company
- L'Orfeo, an opera by Claudio Monteverdi
- Orfeo (Rossi), an opera by Luigi Rossi
- Orfeo ed Euridice, an opera by Christoph Willibald Gluck
- La morte d'Orfeo, an opera by Stefano Landi
- Orfeo (Sartorio), an opera by Antonio Sartorio
- L'Orfeide, an opera by Gian Francesco Malipiero
- Samba de Orfeu, song by jazz composer, Paul Desmond
- Orfeo (restaurant), Located in the Army Building on 3rd Avenue in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle, Washington, Orfeo is the third restaurant from Chef Kevin and Terresa Davis, creators of Steelhead Diner and Blueacre Seafood. This will be a contemporary, NW centric wood-fired kitchen with a full bar and international wine list by Sommelier, Bruce Sturgeon.
- Orfeo Superdomo, a sports arena in Argentina
- Orfeo Programme, a planned 2017 European Space Agency mission
- Orfeo toolbox, associated image processing software
- Orfeo (spider), genus of spiders
- Orfei, an Italian family name
- Orpheus (disambiguation), the English and German spelling
- Orphée (disambiguation), the French spelling
- Orfeas (disambiguation), Ορφέας, the Greek spelling
- Orfeu (disambiguation), the Portuguese spelling
- Orfey (disambiguation), Орфей, the Russian spelling
- Zeph, Zeph. "Orfeo Releases Video for "Quiet Nights"". OkayPlayer. OkayPlayer. Retrieved 24 February 2016.
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