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Mr. Felipe Garibaldi

Born in São Paulo, Brazil, classical guitarist Mr. Felipe Garibaldi is an active performer, music researcher, and educator. In 2012, Mr. Garibaldi received the Classical Music Interpreter Award at the 20th Programa Nascente, from the University of São Paulo, Brazil. In 2018, he was awarded with both a grant and a Graduate Assistantship position from the Johns Hopkins University for his Doctoral studies in Classical Guitar Performance at the Peabody Institute, in the studio of reputed guitarist and pedagogue Julian Gray.

Mr. Garibaldi has made several premiere recordings of guitar works by Brazilian composers such as Carlos Alberto Pinto Fonseca and Nelson Macedo, for the Cultura FM de São Paulo Radio, commissioned and curated by Fábio Zanon. He has made the U.S. premiere performance of the solo guitar works of Brazilian composer Claudio Santoro (1919-1989). Mr. Garibaldi also made Brazilian premiere performances of chamber music by Cuban composer Leo Brouwer. He has also made several recordings and arrangements on Christian music for Sony Music.

Mr. Garibaldi earned both his Bachelor in Classical Guitar Performance and Master of Music degrees from University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, under renowned Brazilian guitarist Edelton Gloeden. Mr. Garibaldi has also participated in masterclasses with internationally renowned musicians such as Leo Brouwer, David Russell, Manuel Barrueco, Eliot Fisk, Edelton Gloeden, Fábio Zanon, Jason Vieaux, Bruce Holzman, and others.

Mr. Garibaldi is an active music educator, having hold multiple teaching and administrative positions at the Adventist University of São Paulo (both UNASP-SP and UNASP-EC), currently teaching at Roberson School of Music as well as serving as Teaching Assistant at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University.

As a teacher, Mr. Garibaldi endeavours to engage students on a journey into a world of artistic beauty, tradition, and creative possibilities.


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