Aida Ribeiro, Piano
has received outstanding reviews from critics and audiences for her
concerts and recitals in the United States and Brazil.
lecture-recitals on Brazilian music have established her
as an avid proponent of Latin-American music.
has been recognized with many awards including the Tiffany award, First Prize at the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra Young Soloist Competition, the Heitor Villa Lobos Award.
orchestral appearances include the Jacksonville Symphony
, Syracuse Symphony, São Paulo Symphony, Spokane Symphony, North Idaho Symphony Orchestra and the Virginia Chamber Orchestra.
A versatile musician, Ms.Ribeiro appears frequently in recitals, chamber music concerts and master classes.
She was also a member and founder of the AVA Ensemble.
passion for chamber music and teaching led her
to create several music programs in USA.
For over 15 years she directed programs in Syracuse and Spokane devoted to young musicians to further develop their abilities and understanding of music through chamber music playing.
In 2000 she became an adjunct professor at University of North Florida as a piano instructor where she also started the chamber music course in 2001.
In 2005 she
founded and directed the Jacksonville Music Conservatory sponsored by the Steinway Society
providing a comprehensive musical education in the European Conservatory tradition.
Presently Ms. Ribeiro teaches at her home studio and at the First Coast Community Music School of the Florida State College where she is the Chair of the Piano Department.