Pedro Barreto

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Pedro Barreto
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Background information
Born (1991-09-04) September 4, 1991 (age 22)
Genres Classical
Notable instruments
Violin
Rafael Sando - 2000

Pedro Barreto (born September 4, 1991), is a Brazilian violinist.

Biography[edit]

The Brazilian violinist Pedro Barreto was born on 04.9.1991 in Campinas, São Paulo state, Brazil. From 2006 to 2010 he studied at the National School of Music Liubomir Pipkov (Sofia, Bulgaria) in the violin class of Prof. Blagorodna Taneva. Pedro is now attending the Folkwang Hochschule Essen-Germany, in the violin class of Professor Mintcho Mintchev.

Masterclasses[edit]

Mincho Minchev (Folkwang Hochschule - Essen)
Sergei Kravchenko (Moscow Conservatory)
Svetlin Russev (Conservatoire de Paris)

Prizes and Awards[edit]

Second Prize and the Special Award "Emil Kamilarov" no "National Competition Pancho Vladigerov"[1] (Shumen - Bulgaria, 2013)
First Prize - "XXXIV International Violin Competition Nedyalka Simeonova"[2] (Haskovo - Bulgaria, 2009)
First Prize - "V International Competition Young Virtuosos Emil Kamilarov"[3] (Sofia - Bulgaria, 2009)
Second Prize - "XI International Violin Competition Petar Toskov"[4] (Belgrade - Serbia, 2008)
Second Prize - "First International Competition for Japanese and Bulgarian Music"[5] (Sofia - Bulgaria, 2008).

Pedro Barreto has a scholarship from the "Fundação Beto Studart"[6]

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