Staff - teaching-staff

Nilson Galvo Jr. Conductor, music coordinator and artistic director

The acts of teaching and learning classical music sums up the life story of conductor Nilson Galvao Junior. The musician was born into a completely artistic environment: his father was a choir conductor; his mother, a singing teacher; and his two brothers have also always studied the musical art.

At age 4, Nilson took his first steps in music. However, he was too young to study at the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music (CPM). For this reason, the boy had to wait until 7 to start the course. His dream was to learn to play the violin, but while waiting to attend classes at the institution, he began learning cello and fell in love with the sound of the instrument.

Over the years, the desire to improve artistically only grew. At age 12, Nilson became part of a group of students from CPM that began participating in national contests of classical music. At that time, he won his first contest and received three awards as a cellist.

The teaching career began at age 15, in a social project located in Alto do Cu, a poor community in Recife, capital of Pernambuco State, Brazil. It was at this age that he also travelled abroad for the first time, to attend a conference on the Suzuki Method. "The music brought the best pleasures of my life such as traveling by plane for the first time and learning about new cultures", said the conductor.

The first cultural exchange happened when Nilson was 19. On the occasion, he attended the undergraduate studies on Instrument Performance at the Campbellsville University, in the United States. The Master Program on the instrument was initiated soon after the course. During this period, he attended festivals over the American summer, when conductor Robert Gaddis told him that he had the tools to be a regent and thus should invest in the area.

Following the advice, Nilson reunited himself with Lanfranco Marcelletti, who had been a professor at CPM, and took classes in conducting with the notorious maestro, besides being his assistant. He also worked as an assistant at the Louisville Symphony Orchestra. In 2007, Nilson began a Masters in Conducting at Northwest University, later working with classical music at the social project Civic, held in Chicago.

Back to Brazil, he worked as an assistant conductor at the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music. In 2010, Nilson went on a tour through the country, passing by 84 cities and performing concerts with the Leao do Norte Quintet. He joined the Child Citizen Orchestra from Coque in 2013, with the responsibility of teaching cello. Finally, in 2014, was ahead of the Orchestra as the principal conductor and musical coordinator. He is focusing his work on the didactics, and on expanding the repertoire with the aim of projecting the group in the Brazilian classical music market.

Aldir Teodzio Teaching coordinator

He began his studies in Music at Creativity Musical Technical School State (the former creativity centre), where later he became a guitar and musicalization teacher.

Graduated in Music at Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE), he is also an expert in Music Education Methods at UNINTER IBPEX College, and also in Higher Education Teaching at Joaquim Nabuco College. He worked at Americano Batista School and also in some municipal schools from Recife and Caruaru.

In 2012, he joined the teaching staff of Child Citizen Orchestra from Coque and one year later he took over the Pedagogical Coordination. To see our students day by day getting a musical improvement and a better view about the society whose they are placed is rewarding and it satisfies us as professionals, observed the coordinator.

Mrcio Pereira da Silva Conductor and teaching coordinator

From a small participation to the action itself. Before becoming a professional of music, the conductor and teaching coordinator at Child Citizen Orchestra from Ipojuca, Marcio Pereira da Silva, was one of the many children that constituted the social project Suzuki Alto do Ceu the one coordinated by the conductor Cussy de Almeida before he was in charge of the Orchestra.

Sooner Marcio developed a taste for music and, after six years, entered the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music (CPM), where he majored in violin. To take the first steps in his career, he began giving private lessons. Lately he was called by the board of the CPM for an internship as a teacher at the conservatory. There, he worked for two years. He took part also as a volunteer teacher at the social project Orchestrating Pernambuco.

That was how his work as a teacher became known. Invited by the teacher and assistant-conductor Aline Ananias, who already knew Marcio from the Suzuki project, he started working at the Child Citizen Orchestra from Coque as a violin teacher. Currently, he is ahead of the Ipojucas core in presentations and in the daily routine of classes and rehearsals.
In 2016, he participated to the Suzuki Philosophy Training Course, held at Mayor University, at Suzuki School of Chile. The course was lectured by the Professor Caroline Fraser.

Ademar Rocha Teaching Supervisor

The first contact Ademar Rocha had with music was through the trumpet he had been part of a slipstream band. Whe he was getting close to 15 years, Rocha began studying violin with Professor Albert Jaffe, at the Social Service for Industry (SESI) in Fortaleza. At the Federal University of Paraiba (UFPB), he became bachelor in the instrument.

After being asked by the teacher and pianist Geraldo Parente, in 1988 Rocha came to Recife to participate in a course on the Suzuki Method. Suddenly a strong relation between the violinist and the city started to develop. In the same year, I applied the Suzuki method at the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music (CPM). It was hard work, there were10 instruments to teach about 70 students, remembered the teacher.

In 1989, the violinist had the opportunity to go to Japan to attend classes given by Shinichi Suzuki, founder of the method that bears his surname, at the Talent Education Institute / Suzuki Method Music School. With this experience, Rocha met great people from the music scene all over Brazil, becoming part of this circle.

The rush is the rhythm of life that the teacher takes. Nowadays, he lives in Sao Paulos countryside and weekly he comes to Recife to teach violin at Child Citizen Orchestra from Coque. And, at Ipojucas core, he supervises he pedagogical area, besides to conduct both Orchestras A and B rehearsals in Camela where is located the extension of the social project.

Amilca Aniceto Gomes de Lima Music theory teacher

"My focus is on music education for children, youth and adults." With this sentence, Amilca Aniceto summarizes her professional goal. Graduated in Music at Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) and specialist in Methodology of Music Education at Post-graduation and Extension Brazilian Institute (IBPEX), the teacher of music theory at the Child Citizen Orchestra from Coque has experience in various NGOs in Recife - including the NGO Vencedores com Cristo, which also teaches music education to children who live in Coque community. In addition, Amilca also worked at the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music, at the Joao Pernambuco Municipal School of Art, at Carochinha School Center, and at the NGO Em Cena Arte e Cidadania.

Jadson Dias Teacher of musical theory and choir

Jadson Dias began his studies in Music in 2004, in the Evangelical Church Assembly of God. Later, he went to high school in Musical Training in the Christian Education Seminary, where he also received classes about the classical piano in 2008. Jadson comes from a generation of musicians because his grandfather, Severino Antao, ha salso worked with choirs in church and his father, Maestro Dario Dias, with bands and orchestras. By the age 14, the young musician already rehearsed and conducted choirs in the church under his fathers guidance and others Maestros too.

In 2009, he entried to Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) to have a degree in Music, concluding the course in 2014. At UFPE, he was a monitor of the subject Musical Perception under the orientation of the Professor Maria Ainda Barroso, in 2011; and a scholar by Initiation Teaching Scholarship Institutional Programm (PIBID), from 2011 to 2013, and guided by the Professor Cristiane Galdino. While as an undergraduate, in 2010, he did a traineeship at the NGO Lar Fabiano de Cristo. Currently, he teaches initiation, perception, music theory and choral singing at Child Citizen Orchestra from Ipojuca, in addition to be a teacher at the O Passo Institute and a choir conductor.

Janayna Mendes Mota da Silva Music theory teacher

One of the most beloved teachers among students, Janayna is with the Child Citizen Orchestra from Coque since the beginning of the project in 2006. Thus, the professional has already introduced more than 200 students to the musical-theoretical world. In the project, Janayna teaches to children and adolescents Music Theory - solfeggio (to read musical notes), rhythmic perception, and flute.

Graduated in Sacred Music at the Northern Baptist Theological Seminary in Brazil (STBNB) in Recife, she also has a degree in Music at the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE). Janayna only wants to be able to develop herself to convey more knowledge to her students. "I am passionate about my students. I do not see me far away from here. It's great to see the transformation for the better. We have boys who, today, are other people, said the teacher. About the Suzuki Method, she says: "We use it in a manner adapted to our reality. Just like that, it works well".

Ldia Moraes Oliveira Music theory and flute teacher

The teacher of musicalization at the Child Citizen Orchestra from Coque dreamed of developing some work in a social project, a wish that is now accomplished. Working here at the Child Citizen Orchestra was a gift from God. That is how she defines the daily work in the project. Lidias inclination towards music came as a child, when she decided to use the art as a way of life.

Firstly, she completed graduation in Sacred Music at the Baptiste Theological Seminary. During this period, she was already teaching music for some students in particular. In 2001, she graduated in Music at the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE). Before joining the Orchestra, Lidia gave music lessons in schools and church choirs.

Until 2011, she used to contribute to other ABCCs project, the Citizen Child Cultural and Sportive Space; nowadays, she serves to the Orchestras core in Coque. I feel very glad and truly happy for sharing with children and adolescents all that I know, she concludes.

Manasss Bispo da Silva Music theory teacher

Manasses Bispo began his musical studies at a course offered by the Church Assembly of God, at age 13. At 15, he entered the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music, where he studied folk guitar, saxophone and cello. He was a student of Eli-Eri Moura, at the Musical Composition Laboratory of the Federal University of Paraiba (COMPOMUS/UFPB). Bispo is also an arranger and cultural producer and he actively participates in various events and conferences in the fields of education and music, with works published.

In 2009, he was the honored student in his class, when he graduated in Music from the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE). At UFPE, he is the author of several institutional projects and university extension, having taught courses in harmony, esthetic and music appreciation. In 2011, he became expert in Teaching Methodology of Music, course which he took at the Brazilian Institute of Graduate Studies and Extension (IBPEX). In 2014, he became expert in Computer Science, at UFPE, in the area of educational technology. His interest has always permeated the teaching of music with computer technology, including educational social networks.

Currently, he is an Administration assistant in the Department of Music of UFPE, where he integrates the Music Computer-aided Research Group, besides he is also a member of Cognitive Sciences and Educational Technology Research Group, from the Center of Computing at UFPE, where he also works as a Researcher Professor II in the Department of Geographical Sciences and teaches the subject Introduction to the Virtual Environment, in the Geography distance graduation. At the Orchestra from Coque, he has been teached music theory since 2014.

Nataly Ferreira Music theory teacher

Nataly began his musical studies at the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music (CPM), by studying classical singing. There, she got amused with the music theory learning and, from that, she decided to do her graduation in Music. In 2013, she graduated her degree at Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE). In the academic environment, she went to several congresses and music meetings, searching even more her qualification. In 2010, while she was studying Classical Singing, she had the opportunity to join the UFPE chorus, where she stayed for one year, under the coordination of Professor Flavio Medeiros. With the subject of Sign Language, in the course of Music, she has done one of the best group works, winning the publication of the experience report in Visual Translation Brazilian Magazine. Between 2011 and 2013, she won a scholarship by Initiation Teaching Scholarship Institutional Programm (PIBID), under the coordination of the Professor Cristiane Galdino.

Other academic experiences include a poster publication at the Therapy with clowns Student First Meetin, with the theme Music for the body and the soul, in 2010; the opportunity to have supported the ABEM Northeastern First Regional Meeting/ Arts and Music Professors of Northeastern First Regional Meeting from the Ifs/ Musical Education First Forum of Pernambuco, in 2011; in the same year, she participated to the XX ABEM Annual Conference, promoted by the Department of Music at the Music College of Espirito Santo (FAMES) and the Federal University of Espirito Santo (UFES). In 2012, she got involved in the course O Passo, conducted by Lucas Ciavatta, realized by the Arts and Communication Center from UFPE. Later that year, she presented the project Initiation Teaching Scholarship Institutional Programm and Training of Music Teachers: challenges and advances from the Music students view, at the XI ABEM Northeastern Regional Meeting, in Fortaleza CE.

In professional context, Nataly also acquired experiences in several places, like when she was a music intern, in 2011, at Maria Sampaio de Lucena Municipal Schoo; as a Capes Pibid scholar, she was a music teacher at Senador Novaes Filho Filho State School, from 2011 to 2013; on the same position, she had been to Santa Rita de Cassia Institute (2013 to 2014), Aventuras do Pinoquio School (2013 to 2015) and Candeias Educational Centre (2014 to 2015). Currently, she has been teaching music at Encontro School, since 2014, and musicalization at Child Citizen Orchestra from Ipojuca, since October 2015. Besides, she had been at Paco do Frevo, as a mentor of experiences of music and, nowadays, she also divides her time in the church as the second regent of Tabernaculo Choir and a leader and founder of Doce Som, a flute group.

Valdiene Pereira Teacher of musical theory and choir

Raised among family members who have always set aside part of the day to listen to music, the teacher of music education and choral singing at the Child Citizen Orchestra from Coque, Valdiene Carneiro Pereira, opted for classical performance as her professional future.

The teacher, who also plays flute, began the musical studies at Northern Baptist Seminary in Brazil at age of 18, becoming bachelor of sacred music. Valdiene Pereira also graduated in classical singing at the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music (CPM) and has degree in music from the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE). One of the most memorable moments for Valdiene was performing with the Symphony Orchestra of Recife. She clearly remembers when she sang with the Christmas Cantata for the first time, when she was 19 years old.

Currently, besides working in the Orchestra, Valdiene coordinates the area of music education at the Theological Seminary and is conductor of the choir of teenagers in the Evangelical Baptist Church, in Casa Amarela neighborhood (Pernambuco/Brazil). The teacher also helped the vocal preparation of the choir that performs on the CD Children sing to Children, by Cantinho da Boca Musical Group. This project was a partnership with the music department at UFPE. In addition to being a professor of music, Valdiene is specialized in Training Human Resources for Education, at Franssinetti College of Recife (FAFIRE). She also works as a technician on administrative education at UFPE.

Diogo Vasconcelos de Albuquerque Violin teacher

Born in Recife, Bachelor of Music at Federal University of Paraba (UFPB), he began his violin studies in 1986 in the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music (CPM), with Professor Hugo Tagliavini. Diogo was one of the first students to use the Suzuki method, when it was introduced here in Pernambuco. In the same year, he played his first recital.

In 1989 he was soloist with the Chamber Orchestra of the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE). Besides this, he participated in other orchestras such as the Collegium Musicum (Recife-PE), Orchestra of the II International Arts Festival of ITU-SP (under the baton of conductor Eleazar de Carvalho), Camerata Armorial (where he studied with conductor Rafael Garcia), Philharmonic North and Northeastern, the Chamber Orchestra of UFPB, Youth and Professional Symphonic Orchestras of Paraiba, Orange Group (under the baton of conductor Cussy de Almeida), Chamber Orchestra of the City of Joao Pessoa, in this last one as spalla. Currently, he gives violin classes at Orchestras core in Coque.

Diogo took classes with renowned musicians such as Takeshi Kobayashi (student of Shinichi Suzuki, founder of the Suzuki method), Horace Schaeffer, Eric Lehninger, Eric Friedman, Paul Bosisio, Daniel Guedes, Soh-Hyun Park, among others.

Eduardo Silva Assistant violin teacher

Child Citizen Orchestra member, violin student, joined the project since 2006 when he was 9 years old. He began his lessons on the instrument with Diogo Vasconcelos teacher. With Coque Core colleagues, participated in national and international presentations. For example, exhibits for the former Presidents Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and Dilma Rousseff. He participated in festivals such as the Winter Festival of Gravat from 2013 to 2015.

He currently teaches violin as assistant professor at the Camela Core, in the municipality of Ipojuca. In 2015, he went to Europe for the first time for the recording of the new CD and DVD Orchestra in Rome: "Bach Concerts for Violin and Orchestra" with the participation of the Japanese soloist Yoko Kubo.

Manoela Dias Violin teacher

She began her musical studies at the age of eight years old at the Music Education Centre of Olinda. In 2001, she began studying violin at the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music (CPM), with Professor Handel Arajo. She was later selected for the teacher Ademar Rocha class. In the institution, she participated in representative groups such as the Youth Orchestra of Pernambuco Conservatory of Music and the Trio Sonata, composed by teachers specialized in Renaissance and Baroque music, and participating in tours and presentations by the state of Pernambuco.

In 2007, he joined the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE), in the course of degree in Music, where she attended the Chamber Orchestra of the department. During this period, she was a member of the musical group Flor de Mucambe, string quartet that performed regional instrumental music, coming to perform in 2010, the "Brazilian Day" event in Stockholm - Sweden. She graduated in 2012 and, the following year, she recorded along the Flor de Mucambe, the eponymous album.

Even in 2013, she was selected through public competition for the position of temporary teacher Pernambucano Conservatory of Music, where she works today. In 2014, she took over the coordination of the project "Orchestrating Pernambuco" and currently teaches in the project Child Citizen Orchestra from Ipojuca, as violin teacher. In 2016, she participated in the Training Course on Suzuki Philosophy, at the University Mayor, the School Suzuki Chile. The course was taught by Professor Caroline Fraser.

Rafaela Fonseca dos Santos Violin teacher

The young teacher began studying music very soon, with private teachers. When she was 12 years old she joined Pernambuco Conservatory of Music (CPM), inspired by her older brother, who was learning to play violin. When she was 19, she started the course of Bachelorship in Violin, at Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE).

Besides teaching violin at the Child Citizen Orchestra from Coque, she is also a monitor in the Extension Course at UFPE. She played at the CPM Orchestra and nowadays she plays at Experimental Chamber Orchestra, Olinda Camarata and in Pernambucos Young Orchestra. For the future, she thinks about an especialization.

Rafaela was a pupil of the Suzuki Method and assures that the methodology of teaching is worth for a whole life, and not only for music. She sees the work in the Child Citizen Orchestra as an opportunity to change the reality of Coques children. I love these children. Thats a very beautiful work, not only musically speaking, but socially too, she said.

Shirley Vieira Violin teacher

Shirley Vieira began her studies in 2003. In 2007, she joined the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music (PCM) and in 2012 completed the technical course with specialization in violin under the guidance of Professor Ademar Rocha. In 2015, she graduated from the degree course in Music at the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE). During the course, in 2011, she participated in the Academic Initiation Grant Project (BIA), in which she gave violin lessons at the NGO Spiritualist Brotherhood Francisco Peixoto Lins. And in 2012, she collaborated with the Institutional Program Initiation Grant to Teaching (PIBID), teaching musical initiation classes in a regular school, both projects under the guidance of Professor Cristiane Galdino.

She was a member of the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Pernambuco Conservatory of Music between 2007 and 2010, which appeared in the company of artists such as Dominguinhos and Antonio Carlos Nobrega. She also joined the violin suit of the Symphonic Orchestra of the Federal University of Pernambuco, from 2013 to 2014. She participated in festivals like MIMO (2008, 2010, 2011 and 2012), the Early Music Festival (2010), the Music Festival Santa Catarina - FEMUSC (2011) and the 24th Colonial Brazilian Music Festival (2014).

Even as regards her training, she had masterclasses with violinists like Daniel Guedes, Marcelo Guerchfeld, Alexandre Casado, Camilo Simoes, Betina Stegmann, Nelson Rios, Benjamin Sung, James Alexander, Richard Young and Netanel Draiblate. In 2016, she participated in the Training Course on Suzuki Philosophy, at the University Mayor, the School Suzuki Chile. The course was taught by Professor Caroline Fraser.

Currently part of the violin class at UFPE, as having a diploma, and takes part in research project in the pedagogy of violin teaching, both under the guidance of Professor Paula Bujes. Besides these activities, she joined the staff of the project Child Citizen Orchestra from Ipojuca.

Susan Hagar Apolinrio Violin teacher

Susan Hagar Apolinrio, violin teacher at the Child Citizen Orchestra, began her relationship with the instrument at age seven, influenced by her father. Even without being a musician, he made sure his daughter would learn the art. Susan chose the violin and never changed instrument.

The violinist began her studies at the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music (CPM) and extended her musical training until the time of University entrance exams. She passed to study at the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE). However, she did not attend because she decided to break the national boundaries and study abroad. Susan then graduated from the University of North Texas, USA.

With the end of the course, she was approved to take the Masters in Performance at the University Baylor, a private university located in Waco, Texas. As she had learned to play the violin using the Suzuki method, this technique aroused her interest in research. This way, Susan started to attend her second Masters Program; this time, in the area of Suzuki Teaching Methodology, at the University of Hartford, in West Hartford. The violinist further worked with children in the USA, using the method. After 11 years abroad, Susan returned to Brazil in 2014, when she received the invitation of the Child Citizen Orchestra to take the beginners violin classes in the social program.

Karoline Pontes Viola teacher

Karoline Pontes began her studies in music in 1994, with violin in Alto do Ceu Suzuki Project. Then in 1998, she had viola lessons with teachers Marlinate Buarque and Nilzeth Galvao. In the following years, she went to the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music (PCM) and integrated teacher Ademar Rocha class, after which completed the technical course in viola.

In 2010, she completed the Bachelor in viola at the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) with Professor Savio Santoro. She is currently pursuing a degree in Music at the same institution. In 2016, she participated in the Training Course on Suzuki Philosophy, at the University Mayor, the School Suzuki Chile. The course was taught by Professor Caroline Fraser.

She participated to the Eleazar de Carvalho Festival in Fortaleza; Festival Virtuosi, in the Serra and Music Factory. Karoline joined for several years the musicians team Youth Orchestra of Pernambuco, with which traveled on several tours. From 2013 to 2014, she was an intern at the Symphony Orchestra of Recife. She was a chief suit at the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Pernambuco Conservatory of Music, and she has integrated some camera groups. DVDs recorded with the band Limao com Mel and singers Adilson Ramos and Cauby Peixoto. She also integrated body of musicians in Dulcinea Trancoso, Don Giovanni and Elixir of Love operas.

She is currently coordinator and professor of viola at Orchestrating Project Pernambuco, linked to the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music, and professor of Viola at the Child Citizen Orchestra from Ipojuca.

Anglica Freitas Cello teacher

Since she was seven years old, teacher Angelica Silva de Freitas has been interested in music. She learned how to play the cello in the Alto do Ceu social project, by the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music (CPM). There the conductor Cussy de Almeida applied the Suzuki Method.

As she has always been dedicated to fine arts, teacher Angelica was part of the formation of the Suzuki Orchestra she recorded a CD with the group. In 2002, the cellist participated in the Eleazar de Carvalho Festival, in Fortaleza. Besides classical music, she likes to listen to music from the Northeastern Brazilian tradition, such as forro pe-de-serra.

A cello specialist, the young musician is now part of the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Conservatory. She is studying to be a Bachelor of Music at the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) and teaches at the Child Citizen Orchestras project, in Coques core.

Digenes Santos Assistant cello teacher

Child Citizen Orchestra from Coque member, the cello student joined the Orchestra by age 13, in 2007. He began his classes with the Professor Angelica Freitas and currently studies with the teacher and Maestro Nilson Galvao Jr.. He participated of monitoring activities, helping the musical instruments teachers and he also did some small groups into the musical initiation. He also was in many presentations as in the events at Caixa Cultural, the cellist travelled in tours all over Brazil, through the National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES).

He had been to international presentations, for example in Rome, in 2014, for the Pope Francis in St. Peters Basilica and, in Portugal, for the Prime Minister Portuguese, Pedro Passos Coelho. Currently, he works as a monitor at Child Citizen Orchestra from Ipojuca. For the post, he received pedagogical training made by the string coordinator Professor Ademar Rocha. In 2015, he was in the recording of the new CD and DVD of the Orchestra in Rome: Bachs concerts for violin and orchestra, with the invited soloist Japanese Yoko Kubo.

Claudensio Mendes Double bass teacher

Claudenisio is from Recife and began his musical studies at Pernambuco Conservatory of Music (CPM), in 1998, and in double bass in 1999, with the Professor Jose de Barros Chagas. He took masterclasses about his musical instrument with Catalin Rotaru, Sergio Rangel, Robert Black, Valeria Thierry and Rossy. In 2016, he attended to the Suzuki Philosophy Training Course, held at Mayor University, by Suzuki School of Chile. The course was conducted by the Professor Caroline Fraser.

Under the Maestro Jose Renato Acciolys baton, he attended to the Youth Symphonic Orchestra of CPM in Symphonic Circuits (2005 to 2012), in the Garanhuns Winter Festival (FIG) from 2007 to 2012 and of video recordings for the special programm of Sao Joao by Northeastern Globo Network in the spectacle A song became concert (tribute to Geraldo Vandre), with Violado Quintet. He still participated to Experimental Theater special and DVD, with Antulio Madureira; the tribute to Dominguinhos, in 2008, in FIG; the Symphonic Pernambuco in honor to Clovis Pereira and Pepita Jimenez Opera, by Isaac Albeniz. From 2005 to 2009, he played at Natal Triunfo Orchestra, in the spectacle promoted by SESC Pernambuco. In Fortaleza city, Ceara, he went to III and V Eleazar de Carvalho Festival.

Through CORE (Recife Opera Company), he was on the Operas montages Elixir of Love, by G. Donizette and The Bat, by R. Strauss. With Youth Orchestra of Pernambuco, under the guidance of Maestro Rafael Garcia, he attended to I, II, III and IV Gravata Winter Festival and Garanhuns Winter Festival (FIG), from 2004 to 2012. With Maestro Cussy de Almeida, he recorded the CD Brazilian Roots with Orange Group, traveling all over Pernambuco. In 2009, he travelled with Experimental Orchestra at the invitation of Itamaraty to Timor Leste to participate to Brazil Cultural Month in Timor. Currently, he is one of the musicists in the spectacle God Child Ball, as a contrabassist since 2010 and contrabass teacher at Child Citizen Orchestra from Ipojuca.

Joo Pimenta Carneiro Campelo Double bass teacher

Influenced by his father, who enjoyed to listen to classical music and encouraged him to hear it, Joao Pimenta Carneiro Campelo, double bass teacher at the Orchestra from Coque, entered the world of the science of sounds. It was a good reason for us to spend time together, he says. He began studying at age 16. The next step was taking exams for music. Later on, he got a Music Degree at the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE).

At the end of college, he took a course on bass instrument at the Federal University of Paraiba (UFPB), studying with the renowned Professor Luciano Carneiro. He worked in Pernambuco Symphony Orchestra and in the instrumental group Sagrama. Joao Pimenta has already made some recordings and has experience in presentations at events such as weddings.

Pimenta says he is proud to be part of the group of teachers at the Child Citizen Orchestra. He finds it is very rewarding to teach the boys everything he knows, giving his utmost to help them grow as musicians. Its a job that brings much satisfaction within me, says Professor Pimenta.

Enoque Souza Percussion teacher

Enoque Souza began his studies at age 15 with drummer and teacher Adelson Silva. In 2003, he took an extension course in classical percussion with Professor Antonio Barreto. He studied with Chuck Silverman, Chris Adams and Pete Magadino. He was a member of Big Band, from the Job Training Center of Musical Creativity in Recife (CPCMR); a member of the Brazilian Salsa Orchestra; and a member of the Brazilian Forro Orchestra. He taught in training courses for music bands in CPCMR. Between 1996 and 2002, he was the principal drummer of the City Symphonic Percussion Band (Recife/Pernambuco). Enoque played along with famous musicians, such as: Nelson Ayres, Sivuca, Mike Loverman and Pablo Aryeta, among others. He recorded and performed with various artists from Recife and who are involved with gospel music. Enoque concluded the degree in music at Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) in 2014 and, currently, he plays at Contrabanda (jazz quartet), besides being a percussionist of the Symphony Orchestra of Recife and professor of Percussion at the Child Citizen Orchestra from Coque.

Cludia Pinto Clarinet teacher

Claudia Lucia Pinto Gama da Silva is graduated in clarinet (2011) and music teaching (2006) by Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE). She had the first contact with the music at the Cnego Jonas Taurino State School, in Olinda, and studied at the Music Creativity State Technic School (ETECM), former Recife Music Creativity Center (CPC MR). In 2010 she finished the technic course in clarinet at the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music (CPM).

Cludia has a lato sensu graduation in Art and Religion History Teaching (2008) by Federal Rural University of Pernambuco (UFRPE) and has been experienced in several music festivals as: XII Eleazar de Carvalho Music Festival (2010), FEMUSC (2011), Music Internacional Festival in Campina Grande (2012), VIII and X Clarinetists Brazilian Meeting (2009 e 2011), I Pernambuco Clarinetists Journey (2011), Classical Music UFPE Exhibition, Recitals at SESC Casa Amarela, Recitals at Noble Saloon in Santa Isabel Theater. She worked as clarinetist at the Pernambuco Youth Symphony Orchestra, at the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music, and joined masterclasses with renamed Brazilian clarinetists like: Cristiano Alves, OvanirBuosi, Lus Afonso Montanha, Jos Freitas, Jos Botelho and others.

Cludia is a clarinet teacher at the Child Citizen Orchestra from Coque and at the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music.

Eneyda Rodrigues Transverse flute teacher

Student of Transverse Flute at the Bachelor of Music at Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) under the guidance of Professor Nilton Moreira, she began her studies at the Center of Musical Creativity of Recife (CPCMR) in 2000. In 2008, she graduated in flute at the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music (CPM). That same year, Eneyda completed her undergraduate studies in Music at UFPE with honors. She was ready to be a teacher, and continued to study the flute with Professor Conceicao Benck.

Eneyda accumulated experience in various music festivals. Among them: Festival Eleazar de Carvalho (2005); 10th International Flute Festival, organized by the Brazilian Flute Association and Unicamp; she was a flutist and flutinist at the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Pernambuco, and at the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music; she participated as a guest musician in the Recife Symphony Orchestra and in the Symphony Band of Recife, in 2009; she also participated in events promoted by UFPE, with the Chamber Orchestra of UFPE (Sonoro Oficio). Since 2011, she participates as a guest musician in the Virtuosi Festival.

Besides being a professor of transverse flute at the Child Citizen Orchestra from Coque, Eneyda teaches at the Technical School of Musical Creativity, former CPCMR.

Josias Felipe Bezerra Bassoon teacher

Josias Felipe Bezerra began his musical studies at the Technical School of Musical Creativity, where he completed the course in music with a major in saxophone and in an auxiliary instrument - the piano. He has a degree in Music from the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE). In 2006, he began studying bassoon with Professor Manoel Nascimento at the Superior Conservatory of Paris. Bezerra participated in several masterclasses with renowned teachers such as Elione Medeiros (UNI-RIO), Fabio Cury (USP) and Aloysio Fagerlande (UFRJ).

He participated as a bassoonist in several orchestras: the Brazil Virtuosi Festival Orchestra; the 17th Winter Festival of Garanhuns; the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Pernambuco; the Youth Orchestra of Pernambuco; the Symphony Orchestra of Sergipe; the Symphony Orchestra of Natal; among others. Josias studied lyrical singing with Professor Lindenberg Pires, at the Catholic University of Pernambuco. As a tenor, he participated in the Recife Symphony Orchestra and in the Contracantos Choir of UFPE.

Currently, besides working in the Child Citizen Orchestra from Coque, he is a professor of bassoon, music and traditional harmony at the State Technical School of Musical Creativity. He is a teacher of bassoon at the Pernambuco Conservatory of Music. Josias plays the bassoon at the Woodwind Quintet Arrecife.

Kelly Souza Leo Tutoring teacher

Graduated in Pedagogy and postgraduate psycho-pedagogy at Salgado de Oliveira University (Universo), Kelly is studying Neuropsychology in her second postgraduation at Health College of Pernambuco (FPS). In her professional curriculum, from 2004 to 2006, she worked as an instructor of Youth Agent Program for Jaboatao dos Guararapes City Hall.

She also integrated the staff of Child Labor Eradication Program (PETI), as a supervisor, from 2007 to 2013. Kelly also had several interships in childrens education, elementary school, Young and Adults Teaching (EJA), magistery, special education, geriatric clinic, NGOs and others. Since the implantation of the Orchestra in Ipojuca city, in 2014, she monitors the children with the pedagogical and tutoring school activities.

Among the extra courses and lectures she had attended for, there were: Brazilian Sign Language (LIBRAS), levels I and II; the 1st Education Forum; the Series of Lectures about Psycho-pedagogy, all them held at Universo; the Seminary of Child and Adolescent Statutes 20 years at Federal Rural University of Pernambuco (UFRPE); the Reading Mediation and Story Telling Workshop, conducted by Pero Institute; the 5h Defense of Child and Teenagers Rights Municipal Conference, provided by Jaboatao City Hall; and the 1st Psycho-pedagogy Meeting in Pernambuco, organized in 2013 by Brazilian Psycho-pedagogy Association (ABPp/PE).

Eduardo Flor Computing teacher

While studying classical guitar at the Conservatory of Music of Vrzea, Eduardo felt the need to record his productions, and the most affordable mean to do it were through computer programs. This way, he had contact with technology and started to study the subject at Unibratec, where he took the technical course in Computer Networks. Now he teaches computer classes at the Child Citizen Orchestra from Coque and is an expert in Linux for desktops at Linux School.

To teach children and adolescents was pure chance, but Eduardo is surprised by his teaching. Kids development is substantial. At the same time, he also learns with them: some students have been teaching him how to play the violin. And Eduardo has never abandoned music. He keeps playing the guitar he has at home.

Naftali Sabino Computing teacher

Naftali had his first contact with the technological world by age 12, when he was at the elementary school and started to study computing. His enthusiasm for technologies resulted in his first teaching experience, becaming a monitor of the computing laboratory. In 2006, he concluded the technical course in Tourism, Hotel and Food at Technical School of Agreste. Even related to technology, he also studied Computers Installation and Maintenance. When he finished that course, in 2007, he began the basic course in English.

The first Naftalis professional experience was as an office boy, in 2011. In that same year, he started his graduation in Systems Analyses and Development at Technology Brazilian University (UNIBRATEC), which is already concluded. After one year, he changed the job becoming an Administrative Auxiliar at Total Maquinas, where he got promoted to Administrative Assistant and then a Sales Leader.

At the same period he was at college, Naftali concluded two English imersions with American teachers, provided by Etnia Idiomas, a teaching institution from Minas Gerais State. Those experiences made him to fell suitable to starte his career as an English teacher at EVC Idiomas, in Sirinhaem city. Currently, together with the teaching staff at Child Citizen Orchestra from Ipojuca, the computing teacher develops his activities and notices daily the achievement of extraordinary results among the students, towards to a high level in the technological environment.

Robson Gomes Horn teacher

Bachelor of Music by UFPB (Federal University of Paraba) and born in Joo Pessoa PB, Robson Gomes da Silva began his studies as a horn player at 15, with Professor Cisneiro Andrade in an extension course at UFPB. He participated in several orchestra as the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Paraiba, where had begun the orchestral practice, the Chamber Orchestra of the City of Joo Pessoa and the Sergipe Symphony Orchestra, where he was 1st horn in a five-year period. He worked as a guest musician on OSPB and the Camerata Paraibana. He participated of the ParaiBrass Quintet and Quintet Serigy as well as in festivals: Eleazar de Carvalho (prof. Ozeas Arantes), I FIB (prof. Stanislav Schulz) UniRio (prof. Will Sanders), IV Week White Gold Music (prof. Luiz Garcia) and the VII Northeastern Brasses Meeting. In 2014 he participated in a hearing by the Univesity of Memphis with Dr. Dan Phillips. He taught french horn in the city of Itabaiana SE (Our Lady of Conception Philharmonic) in 2006 and at Sedec (Department of the Municipality of Joo Pessoa Education) from 2011 to 2014. He is currently Professor at the Municipal Symphony Orchestra of Joo Pessoa, Prima (Project of Social Inclusion Through Music and Arts), OCC (Child Citizen Orchestra) and acts parallel as a brass luthier.

Eduardo Francisco Professor assistente de violino

Professor assistente de violino

Basemate Neves Teacher of Musical Theory

Basemate Neves is a teacher of Musical Theory and Sweet Flute in the Igarassu Nucleus of the Citizen Child Orchestra. Bachelor in Music (UFPE) and Bachelor of Music in Sacred Music with an emphasis in Choral Conducting, by the Theological Seminary of Northern Brazil, Professor Basemate and postgraduate in Methodology of Music Teaching - Facinter / IBPEX, besides having studied the discipline Sweet Flute in the Bachelor of Music of UFPE.

Since 2007, she is a teacher of Choral Singing and Sweet Flute at the Music Education Center of Olinda (Cemo). She has also been pedagogical director and regent of the same institution and regent of the Municipal Choir of Igarassu (2001 to 2012). From 2003 to 2009, she taught Choral Singing and Choral Conducting, not the Pentecostal Theological Seminary of the Northeast. She also edited the UFPE Flute course for two consecutive years, 1999 and 2000. She is also the founder of the Asafe Music Space Project in Paulista.

To complement his training, Basemate has already participated in several workshops promoted by the Mimo festival in Olinda, as the course of regency with the master Isaac Karabtchevsky.

Rebeka Muniz Professora de Iniciao Musical

Professora de Iniciao Musical

Wagner Salvino Cello teacher

Jalvanez Guedes Professor de violoncelo - Ipojuca

Professor de violoncelo - Ipojuca


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