Marco Pereira

Was born in Sao Paulo and got classical guitar lessons with the uruguayan master Isaias Sávio and music theory lessons at the Music and Drama Conservatory of São Paulo.


He lived in France for five years and received a classical guitar master's degree in performance from the Université Musicale Internationale of  Paris, and a master's degree in Musicology from the University of Paris-Sorbonne with his thesis Heitor Villa-Lobos and his guitar work (Editora Musimed – Brasília – Brasil).

Pedro Martelli

Pedro MartelliMaster of Music (guitar) from The Juilliard -School of Music - New York (USA) where played at Alice Tully Hall, Morse Hall and at Manhattan School of Music in performances Solo, Trio, Quartet and worked with several singers, among them Nan Maro Babakhanian (Mezzo Soprano) with whom performed, besides New York, a tournée in São Paulo (Brazil) in 1997 under patronage of SESC. First Prize at the II National Guitar Competition sponsored by Mozarteum University of São Paulo; Second Prize at the First Competition sponsored by the Brazilian’s Musicans Association in São Paulo.

Duo Assad

Duo Assad“The Assads’ virtuosity left the many guitarists in the crowd, including me, awe-struck. Their speed, their gorgeous tone, their uncanny musical memories (not a page of music appeared on the stage), and their ability to play thousands of notes without a single clinker, click or buzz are the stuff of guitar inspiring concert that celebrated the swooping energy of musical phrases and the irresistible beauty of the sound of two guitars” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Eduardo Isaac

Eduardo Isaac

"One of the greatest world personalities as a guitarist"

PUBLICO (Portugal)

"Clean and deep sonority, with a never-failing rythmic sense"


"Musical excellence at the service of contemporary creation"

MAIN ECHO (Alemania)

Paulo Martelli

Paulo MartelliPraised for his lyrical voice and ebullient virtuosity, Paulo Martelli is recognized as one of the greatest and most influential guitarists in Brazil today. A gifted performer, he has appeared frequently in concerts, master classes and on television, displaying both remarkable facility and astute interpretation. He is also a dedicated scholar and pedagogue, and through his efforts has become one of the leading proponents of the classical guitar in Brazil.

Carlos Barbosa-Lima

Carlos Barbosa-Lima

Acclaimed Internationally as one of the world’s leading guitar masters, ZOHO recording artist, Carlos Barbosa-Lima’s career has run uninterruptedly for over fifty years. Barbosa-Lima is now recognized throughout the world for his extraordinary skills as a performer and arranger of a wide variety of music for the guitar. Barbosa-Lima’s most recent recordings, “Frenesi”, “Siboney” and “O’Boto”, have been met by critical acclaim and feature the rich cultural heritage of Latin American music combined with Barbosa-Lima’s stunning arrangements.

Daniel Wolff

Daniel WolffFirst Brazilian to receive a doctorate in guitar performance, Daniel Wolff is one of Brazil’s most acclaimed musicians. In addition to a successful career as a performer, he is also and accomplished composer, arranger and teacher.

Quarteto Abayomi

Quarteto Abayomi

Winner of the “Mapa Cultural Paulista” award (2009/2010 Edition) in the Instrumental Music category, Quarteto Abayomi is formed by Adriano Paes, Marcelly Rosa, Juliana Oliveira and Josiane Gonçalves. 

The group consists of four guitars and voice and focus its activities on research and performance of Brazilian music from the early twentieth century. 

Combining various styles and rhythms such as xote, choro and cateretê, Quarteto Abayomi proposes to display the richness and variety of compositions written for the guitar.


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