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“Your interpretation has   a secret magic”,

declares the German newspaper Badische Neueste Nachrichten about the Brazilian pianist Ana Flávia Frazão. Critical and public success in several countries where she performs, she dedicates herself to chamber music, among other varied formations, and has been constantly projecting herself in the Brazilian scene for her refined and very expressive touch.


Born in Goiânia, he graduated from the Federal University of Goiás (UFG), did a master's and doctorate, obtaining top marks from the Higher School of Music in Karlsruhe, Germany, where he lived for eight years. Very active, he performs concerts in the main concert halls in the country — such as Sala Cecília Meireles (Rio de Janeiro), Maria Luisa and Oscar Americano Foundation (São Paulo), Instituto Cultural Sérgio Magnani (Belo Horizonte) and Theatro São Pedro (Porto Alegre) — and international ones such as Teatro Argentino de La Plata (Buenos Aires) and Teatro Solís (Montevideo).


Important names in music are among Ana Flávia Frazão's artistic influences. The musician began her piano studies with teacher Ivana Carneiro. At UFG, she studied with Consuelo Quireze and, for many years, collaborated with pianist and professor Luiz Medalha. In Germany, she was guided by professors Werner Genuit and Michael Uhde.



Ana Flávia Frazão's work is appreciated in countries such as Italy, Germany, Croatia, Japan and the United States, where she tours. The pianist also performs alongside prominent musicians, including Laurent Albrecht Breuninger, José Maria Blumenschein, Alfonso Mujica, Mark Neumann, Alexandre Razera, Massimo Macri, Dennis Parker, David Gardner, Milton Masciadri and the Carlos Gomes Quartet.


With bassist Milton Masciadri, he released his first CD, Vocalize, in 2004, in Europe, on the Sinfônica label. Later, in 2012, he recorded the entire work of Heitor Villa-Lobos for piano and violin with the German violinist Laurent Albrecht Breuninger, work also released in Europe by the Telos label. In 2015, it repeated the partnership on CD and DVD with works by French and Brazilian composers.



In parallel with her busy career as a pianist, Ana Flávia Frazão has been an associate professor at the School of Music and Performing Arts at UFG, since 2004, in the area of piano and chamber music. Dedicated and with extensive teaching experience, she is often invited to teach courses and master classes at various universities, music centers and festivals — such as the Federal Universities of Rio Grande do Sul, Rio Grande do Norte and Paraíba, in Brazil; at the Maestro Dante Valledor International Chamber Music Festival and Symposium of Chamber Music at Teatro Argentino in La Plata, Argentina; and, for several years, at the International Winter Festival at the University of Santa Maria.


In addition to jurying piano competitions, she was a professor in the Exchange Program with the University of Georgia at the Conservatory of Alessandria in Italy. In addition, she is requested to collaborate in national and international recitals and reconciles her busy career with the artistic direction of nationally consolidated projects that offer programming dedicated to chamber music in Goiânia, such as the series Concertos na Cidade and Concertos UFG. It also brought renowned musicians such as Nelson Freire and Duo Assad to the capital of Goiás, the production of the musical Ciao Amore Ciao and the Furnas Geração Musical Project in 2006 and 2008.



Ana Flávia Frazão was the winner of the JK National Competition held in Brasilia in 1992, she won first place in the Sala Barroca Concert Series in Kyoto, Japan, with the Augarten Trio, in 2001. For her artistic work in Goiás, she was elected one of the women of reference in the State by the newspaper O Popular and thus also recognized with a plaque granted by the Social Service of Industry (Sesi).


In 2014, he received the Buritis Trophy in the area of music, granted by the Municipal Council of Culture of the City of Goiânia. The following year, he received the diploma of “Cultural Merit of the Year — 2015” awarded by the State Council of Culture of the Government of Goiás, for his contribution to Goiás culture in the area of music.


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