Gabriel Rebolla

Gabriel Rebolla
Gabriel Rebolla, coach and collaborative pianist, has performed with chamber groups, orchestras, singers, choirs and as a soloist in many concert halls throughout Brazil, France and United States. 

A Brazilian native, Mr. Rebolla earned degrees from University of Campinas and  the Pro-Musica Conservatory.  Gabriel has studied with Harvey Wedeen, Lambert Orkis, Dr. Mauricy Martin, Yara Ferraz,  Amaral Vieira, Edson Elias, and Sergio Gallo. 

As a collaborative artist, Mr. Rebolla has accompanied in both instrumentalist and vocalists.  He has been a repetiteur for The Magic Flute, Falstaff, Elixir D`Amore, Die Fledermaus, Cavalleria Rusticana, Otello, Hansel and Gretel and Die Rosenkavalier.  
Mr. Rebolla has received national and international awards including the Stegner Scholarship for piano at Georgia State University in 2008, Pro-Musica Piano Competition and Cadenza Piano Competition in Bauru in 2004. He has played with important conductors such as Ted Murray, Valéry Ryvkin, Luiz Menendez, Karl Martin, Elise Auerbach, Donna Gill, Eduardo Ostergreen and Carlos Fiorini.

Mr. Rebolla continues to work with opera companies and operas program such as Atlantic Coast Opera  of New Jersey, Temple University Opera,  Georgia State University Opera in Atlanta and the Voci nel Montefeltro Opera Festival.