Described as the “Rampal from Brasilia” by Maestro and composer Júlio Medaglia, Guilherme Andreas has become one of the most prominent flutists of his generation.
Andreas is a multifaceted flutist, music educator, vocalist and music director/arranger. One of his first musical memories was showing up at choir rehearsals conducted by his father, where he learned the soprano and alto parts on his own, and according to his mother, sang louder than everyone else.
Andreas is an active performer and educator throughout the U-S. He is currently based in New York, dedicating his time to discovering lesser-known composers whose music expresses extreme ranges of emotions and demands tremendous virtuosity, in addition to teaching flute, chamber and general music, band and choir to students of all ages.
You can listen to some of his music here.
- Sun, Dec 04Kennedy Center Opera House