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Behind the scenes of GABRIELE LEITE

Studying a master's degree in classical guitar under the guidance of Mark Delpriora at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music. Gabriele Leite received the 2020-21 scholarship from the Maeceneta Foundation from the Institution.

Graduated in music at the UNESP Arts Institute, she has distinguished herself in several festivals, contests and institutions, among which it is worth mentioning the 2019 Koblenz international guitar contest, of which she was a semifinalist and winner of the “Best Brazilian Participation” award. . Beyond his solo career. Gabriele also acts as a chamber musician within the Abayomi Quartet.

With Camilla Silva, Nicolas Porto and Octávio Deluchi she is co-founder of BCGC - Brazilian Classical Gutiar Community - a platform for publishing and broadcasting online recordings of Brazilian composers such as: Heitor Villa-Lobos, Vicente Paschoal and João Luiz Rezende.

He participated in several concerts by some cities and countries such as Astor Piazzolla Conservatory of Music (Argentina), Brazilian Embassy (Argentina), Tatuí Conservatory (Tatuí), UNESP Arts Institute (São Paulo), among other music festivals such as the International Music Festival. Koblenz (Germany), Campos do Jordão International Festival (São Paulo), Assad Festival (São João da Boa vista) and Red Festivals (Ilha Bela).

In 2018, he won national guitar competitions such as the 1st National Guitar Competition Assovio Vertentes, the XXII National Guitar Competition Musicalis and the XXIX Guitar Competition Souza Lima. In 2015, he graduated from the classical guitar course at the Conservatoire of Tatuí, with professor Edson Lopes. During the years of conservatory (2010-2015), she won the "VII Internal Guitar Competition of the Conservatoire of Tatuí", in the third round, and won places in the "Chamber Music Incentive Awards".

He participated in master classes with David Russell (ESC), Marcin Dylla (POL), Berta Rojas (PAR), brothers Assad (BRA), Aniello Desiderio (ITA), Fábio Zanon (BRA), Gerard Abiton (FRA), Hubert Käppel ( ALE), Su Meng (CHI), Tilman Hoppstock (ALE), among others.

For four consecutive years, she received a scholarship from the Magda Tagliaferro Foundation and Sociedade Cultura Artística, obtaining regular classes from Professor Paulo Martelli. In the year 2020 he became an international scholar at the Sociedade Cultura Artística to stay on the guitar course at the Manhattan School of Music. In 2020 he became Artist Augustine Strings.