I’m a cellist, passionate about early childhood music education and the benefits of music to the development of the whole child.
I grew up in Brazil in a very musical family and have been playing music since I was nine years old. I have a special interest in traveling and have lived in different countries to further my studies.
In Spain, I had the opportunity to study at the Irun Music Conservatorium with a great teacher, Iñaki Etxepare, who taught me not just the cello technique but how important is our role as cello teachers for the young generations.
Since then, I have dedicated my life to teaching and have taken continuous training by the Suzuki Method in the United Kingdom, United States, Brazil, Peru and Australia.
Also, I have training in Kindermusik and used this early childhood music program in my teaching as well as many years experience alongside early childhood music mentor, Maria Elena Gallicchio, in Brazil.
I love to play and perform, and I’m a cellist at the North Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
Currently, I’m a Suzuki early childhood music trainee at The Suzuki Talent Education Association of Australia (NSW).
In my Suzuki Studio, I help families empower their children through music education to enrich their lives, develop their full potencial and become sensitive human beings with a noble heart.
Member of Suzuki Association of the Americas and The Suzuki Talent Education Association of Australia (NSW)
“Teaching music is not my main purpose. I want to make good citizens. If children hear fine music from the day of their birth and learn to play it, they develop sensitivity, discipline and endurance. They get a beautiful heart.” Shinichi Suzuki