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Brenno Lima

Brenno L.

Piano

Mr. Brenno has more than 15 years of successful teaching experience. He is educated in varied approaches to teaching and coaching pianists of various ages and styles. He was born in Brazil, where began his musical studies at the age of six at the Gustav Hitter Conservatory in his hometown. At eighteen he began a Bachelor of Piano at the Federal University of Goiás, where he was a student of Lucia Barrenechea. He was awarded in National Piano Competitions as Orestes Farinello National Piano Competition and Jean Douliez Competition.

In 2007, he moved to southern Brazil, to the city of Curitiba/PR. There he specialized in Chamber Music at the School of Music and Fine Arts, where he was supervised by great pianists such as Luiz Senise (Brazil), Carmen Fregoneze (Brazil), Marco Antonio de Almeida (Germany), and Olga Kiun (Russia).

In 2012, Mr. Brenno held the position of Music Teacher and Pianist at the Federal Technological University of Paraná.

In 2016, Lima obtained a sabbatical license to perform a Master’s degree. He was admitted to UMass Amherst, where he studied under the guidance of Nadine Shank.

Back in Brazil in 2018, Brenno reoccupied his position at the university where he taught, where he developed Musical Performance projects, acts as a piano teacher, and is a choir pianist at the university.

He is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Musical Arts at the UNT.

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Brenno Lima

Brenno L.

Piano

Mr. Brenno has more than 15 years of successful teaching experience. He is educated in varied approaches to teaching and coaching pianists of various ages and styles. He was born in Brazil, where began his musical studies at the age of six at the Gustav Hitter Conservatory in his hometown. At eighteen he began a Bachelor of Piano at the Federal University of Goiás, where he was a student of Lucia Barrenechea. He was awarded in National Piano Competitions as Orestes Farinello National Piano Competition and Jean Douliez Competition.

In 2007, he moved to southern Brazil, to the city of Curitiba/PR. There he specialized in Chamber Music at the School of Music and Fine Arts, where he was supervised by great pianists such as Luiz Senise (Brazil), Carmen Fregoneze (Brazil), Marco Antonio de Almeida (Germany), and Olga Kiun (Russia).

In 2012, Mr. Brenno held the position of Music Teacher and Pianist at the Federal Technological University of Paraná.

In 2016, Lima obtained a sabbatical license to perform a Master’s degree. He was admitted to UMass Amherst, where he studied under the guidance of Nadine Shank.

Back in Brazil in 2018, Brenno reoccupied his position at the university where he taught, where he developed Musical Performance projects, acts as a piano teacher, and is a choir pianist at the university.

He is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Musical Arts at the UNT.

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