Renata de Lemos Miranda Jordao

Renata de Lemos Miranda Jordao

Renata Jordão received her BM in orchestral conducting from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and furthered her studies in both orchestral conducting and violin in Paris at the École Normale de Musique de Paris with Dominique Ruitz and Marie Claude Theuveny, as well as in Brussels (violin) at the Académie de Musique de Wemmel with Johan Lommelen. In Barcelona, Spain, she also studied Violin with Eva Graubin and orchestral conducting (based on the principles of Phenomenology of Music) with Maestro Jordi Mora, former disciple of Sergiu Celibidache.

Since her first Suzuki training in 2013, and with a strong commitment of lifelong learning, Ms. Jordão has already registered violin and teaching strategies from Books 1 to 5 (each of them more than once) with Edward Kreitman, Shinobu Saito, Charles Krigbaum, Fernando Piñero and Marilyn O’Boyle. In adittion, she has enriched her training attending Dalcroze with Jeremy Dittus, Kodaly with Lydia Mills, Music Reading with Caroline Fraser and Suzuki Early Childhood Education. She has also been a teacher and a key participant in many Suzuki Festivals such as Suzuki International Festival in Lima, Peru and in San Salvador, El Salvador.

Inspired by Suzuki´s book “Nurtured by love” and following her passion for teaching, she has founded three violin orchestras in disadvantaged communities of both Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais, Brazil (Orquestra Cartola- Petrobrás, Orquestra Nova Sinfonia and Orquestrando Canela), where she worked as a violin teacher and director. Delighted with Suzuki Method’s results and its life-changing power, Renata is specially committed to sharing her knowledge and skills with youths at risk (at slums), and also runs her private Studio in her hometown, Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro.

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Petit à petit, de nombreuses mains et de nombreux cœurs, convaincus que la méthode Suzuki était destinée à tout le monde, ont généreusement donné de leur temps et de leurs connaissances pour diffuser la philosophie Suzuki sur le continent américain.… Read more ▶

ASJ 50.4, page 63

Suzuki America Latina Muitos pases uma viso

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Por Leslie Mizrahi, Caroline Fraser, Renata Jordão Passo a passo, muitas mãos e corações que acreditavam que o Método Suzuki era um método para todos, generosamente doaram seu tempo e conhecimento para espalhar a filosofia Suzuki pelas Américas.Os países latino-americanos têm… Read more ▶

ASJ 50.4, page 58

Suzuki Latinoamrica Muchos pases una visin

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Suzuki Latinoamérica: Muchos países, una visión Por: Leslie Mizrahi, Caroline Fraser, Renata Jordão  Paso a paso, muchas manos y corazones que creyeron que el Método Suzuki era para todos, dieron generosamente de su tiempo y conocimientos para difundir la filosofía Suzuki… Read more ▶

ASJ 50.4, page 53

Suzuki Latin America Many countries one vision

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By: Leslie Mizrahi, Caroline Fraser, Renata Jordão Step by step, many hands and hearts that believed the Suzuki Method was for everyone gave generously of their time and knowledge to spread the Suzuki philosophy throughout the Americas. Latin American countries have… Read more ▶

ASJ 50.4, page 48

XXXIII International Festival LimaPeru

XXXIII International Festival Lima-Peru


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