Brazilian flutist Guilherme Andreas received First Place in the 2020 International Music Competition "Paris and London" Grand Prize Virtuoso and 2019 Concert Artists International Virtuoso Competition’s professional division.


Andreas began his musical career in Brazil, where he studied at the University of Brasília and then completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Flute Performance at the Brazilian Conservatory of Music, under the guidance of French Professor Odette Ernest Dias. Andreas pursued post-graduate studies in Chamber Music at the same institution being mentored by British cellist David Chew, and studied in parallel with Cláudia Ribeiro do Nascimento (OSESP) and Michel Bellavance (Conservatoire de Genève).


As a soloist of the Brazilian Marines Wind Symphony, Andreas performed in major concert halls throughout Brazil and MERCOSUL. As a chamber musician, his presentations with Trio Gaubert, took place in theaters and museums throughout Rio de Janeiro. Andreas received numerous prizes at competitions in Brazil including Young Soloists of the Eleazar de Carvalho Festival and the Sargent Borges Medal, granted to the leader of the Sergeant Musicians Course of the Brazilian Marine Corps. He also received a full scholarship to pursue his Masters studies in flute in the USA, awarded in Brazil by the Young Musicians in the Museum Competition in partnership with James Madison University in Virginia.


During his Master’s studies, Andreas won the JMU Concert Competition, culminating in a performance of the Reinecke concerto with the JMU Orchestra. He also won first prize in the Masterclass Competition of the Flute Society of Washington, DC. In 2016, Andreas began studying with Emily Skala (Baltimore Symphony) at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, where he received his Graduate Performance Diploma and the Peabody Career Award in 2018. Andreas has appeared in recitals and presentations throughout the US, including the Global Brazil Conference at Duke University, Symposium on Brazil at Johns Hopkins University, and recent concerts in Nashville, Washington, New York City, Rochester, Boston, Seattle, among other cities. After being invited to perform as Principal Flute with the New England Symphonic Ensemble at Carnegie Hall (2016-2019), Andreas gave a solo performance in 2019 together with fellow CAI Virtuoso Competition winners.


Andreas was recently named Principal Flute of Symphony Number One in Baltimore for the 2018/2019 season and is also a Teaching Artist with Education Through Music in NYC. He was also recently appointed as a Trevor James Alto Flutes Artist, selected to be a member of the 2019 Global Leaders Program, and awarded the SphinxConnect 2019 and 2020 Fellowship and SOPA 2020.


// 2020

International Music Competition 'Paris and London' Grand Prize Virtuoso, 1st Prize, London–UK and Paris–FR

// 2020

Bank of America Fellowship/Sphinx Orchestral Partners Auditions/Sphinx Connect Fellowship, Detroit, MI

// 2019

Le Concours de Flûte de Paris–Finalist, Paris, FR

// 2019

Concert Artists International™ Virtuoso Competition  IV- Professional Artist Category, 1st Prize, Carnegie Hall, NYC

// 2019 

SphinxConnect Fellowship, Detroit, MI

// 2018

National Alliance for Audition Support (NAAS) Wind & Brass Audition Intensive, New World Center, Miami

// since 2018

Trevor James Flutes Award and TJ Flutes Artist awarded with TJ Copper Body Alto Flute

// 2016 - 2018

PY Degree Scholarship, Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University

// 2016 - 2017

Peabody Career Center Award


// 2015

James Madison University Concerto Competition

1st Prize

// 2015

Mid-Atlantic Flute Fair Masterclass Competition

1st Prize

// 2014

Emmanuel Pahud Masterclass, OSESP Masterclass Competition, 1st Prize, São Paulo

// 2012

Young Soloists Competition, Eleazar de Carvalho Music Festival, 1st Prize, Ceará

// 2012

Eduardo Tagliatti Chamber Music Competition,

Best Interpretation, Prokofiev Flute Sonata Op 94

Minas Gerais


// 2009

Sgt. Francisco Borges Medal, Brazilian Marine School of Music, 1st Prize, Rio de Janeiro



Andrews University, University in Berrien Springs, Michigan - Recital and Masterclass



Whitworth University, Spokane, Washington - Recital and Masterclass


Centralia College, Centralia, Washington - Recital and Masterclass



Baltimore School for the Arts, Baltimore, Maryland - Masterclass



State University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil- Recital and Masterclass



Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Recital and Masterclass



University of Brasilia, Brasilia, Brazil - Recital and Masterclass



Duke University - Lecture Recital at the 2015 Conference on Brazil (Duke's Brazil Initiative)



University of Virginia (UVA) - Lecture Recital about Tom Jobim's life and music


//Johns Hopkins University (Department of Modern Languages and Literatures) - Lecture Recital about Afro-Brazilian Composers. 



University of Maryland School of Medicine - Panel on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. 




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