Studied classical guitar however with lots of influence of the popular Brazilian music – Choro and Samba. During the university in Bauru (country side of Sao Paulo) recorded some radio programs and performed in several concerts opening famous ones like Oswaldo Montenegro and Tom Ze. Awarded at the USP music festival in Bauru in 1995. At this time, part of the Choro Club of Sao Jose dos Campos, performing together with the veteran local artists from the town.
Moving to Sao Paulo in 1997, focused in arrangement and compositions besides several performances. Studied in Berklee College of Music in Boston and afterwards in Granada – Spain, digging the old dream of the Flamenco music. Moving out of Brazil in 1999, brought the authentic Brazilian music to Guatemala, El Salvador, Chile, Ecuador, US and Mexico, already with a seven string guitar. In 2001, moved to Sweden performing with several world musicians.
Back to Brazil in 2002, moved to Rio de Janeiro, joining the Escola Portatil de Musica (EPM), following the famous Choro Masters as Luciana Rabello, Mauricio Carrilho, Alvaro Carrilho and Celsinho Silva. Performed several times with the other students from the school and also part of Alvaro Carrilho group. In 2006 moved again out of Brazil, to Dubai – UAE. Brought the Brazilian music through a world music percussion group – Dubai Drums and also part of the Dubai Guitar Orchestra.
In 2007, moved to Munich - Germany, being part of several live performances and playing to his favorite audience: his son Pedro, born in November 2007. The famous Curumim! Today, focused in recording, arranging and composing waltz and choros besides the genre propagation to world wide musicians. Now, moving to Hanoi, Vietnam, for another adventure! Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..