Renata Pereira

I usually say that I did not choose the recorder, but it chose me. At the age of eight, I had no idea which musical instrument I would choose. I wanted only to be in touch with music. There was a big encounter with the recorder, I started to study and I did many other musical things concurrently, but at the end (or at the beginning) I decided that the recorder would be my companion.

  • started to teach using the Suzuki Method for recorder (1998)
  • recorder bachelor degree at EMBAP (2004)
  • Furnas Geração Musical contest finalist (2004)
  • CD recording with the group Compassolivre (2005)
  • CD recording of the Furnas Geração Musical contest (2005)
  • founded the Quinta Essentia quartet (2006)
  • creation and production of the 1st ENFLAMA – National Recorder Meeting (2007)
  • release of CD La Marca (2008)
  • release of DVD recorder video class with ABC Music (2008)
  • recorder teacher at 29th Londrina Music Festival (2009)
  • master degree at São Paulo University USP/FAPESP (2009)
  • recorder teacher at Lima International Suzuki Music Festival/Peru (2010)
  • presented works at Suzuki Conference in Minneapolis/USA (2010)
  • recorder teacher at 30th Londrina Music Festival (2010)
  • founded the Suzuki Education Music Center in São Paulo (2011)
  • recorder teacher at 31st Londrina Music Festival (2011)
  • recorder teacher at Lima International Suzuki Music Festival/Peru (2012)
  • Recorder Clinician at Suzuki Conference in Minneapolis/USA (2012)
  • production of the 6th ENFLAMA – National Recorder Meeting (2012)
  • recorder teacher at 32nd Londrina Music Festival (2012)
  • recorder teacher at Lima International Suzuki Music Festival/Peru (2013)
  • production of the 7th ENFLAMA – National Recorder Meeting (2013)
  • recorder teacher at IV International Music Festival of Campina Grande (2013)
  • released the CD Falando Brasileiro (2014)
  • recorder coach for the Latin America’s students at Suzuki Latin America’s Orchestra – USA (2014)
  • PhD at São Paulo University USP/FAPESP (2014)
  • recorder teacher trainer certified by the Suzuki Association of the Americas (2014)
  • recorder coach for the Latin America’s students at Suzuki Latin America’s Orchestra – Peru (2014)
  • teacher trainer at XXVIII International Music Festival of Pará (2015)
  • recorder teacher at 35th Londrina Music Festival (2015)