Ricardo Santos

Ricardo Santos is Bass Trombone player at the Brazilian Symphonic Orchestra.

Born in São Paulo, Brazil, Ricardo studied with the big names nationally and internationally, having a degree in music from UNIMES. From 2007 to 2009 he had the opportunity to tour Europe and the United States, where he took classes with the main teachers of the most important symphonic groups in each region, Germany in cities like Berlin, Cologne and Hamburg, Spain in Madrid and in Texas USA at the University of Texas at Arlington.

He participated in several music festivals, such as the Campos do Jordão Winter Festival, the Curitiba Music Festival 1999, 2000 and 2001 and the Goethe Institut Madrid-Berlin with Prof. Stefan Schulz in Madrid, Spain, in 2007.

From 2009 to 2011 Ricardo was part of important groups such as the São Paulo State Symphonic Band and the Bachiana SESI Orchestra of São Paulo. He participates as a guest musician in the Symphonic Orchestra of the University of São Paulo (OSUSP), the São Paulo Municipal Theater Orchestra, the São Paulo State Symphony Orchestra (OSESP) among others. As a soloist, he has performed with several groups, among them; Brasília Symphony Orchestra, Brazilian Army Symphony Band, São Paulo State Symphony Band, São Paulo State Youth Symphony Orchestra, Limeira Symphony Orchestra, Goiás Symphony Band, UFRN Symphony Orchestra, UFPB Symphony Orchestra, Symphonic Orchestra of Goiânia, Chamber Orchestra of Santa Fé Argentina, among many other ensembles he has been through. He is currently part of the Brazilian Symphonic Orchestra, in addition to teaching classes and master classes throughout Brazil and Latin America. In 2020 he participated as a teacher in one of the main trombone festivals in the world, IPV Trombone Festival, held in Saarbrucken, Germany. Ricardo Santos is THEIN Artist and Founding member of the Bone Brasil Project.

Ricardo Santos plays exclusively THEIN Trombones