Italian-Brazilian violinist and violist currently based in Brussels-Belgium has been giving concerts in several cities in Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Hungary, England, Sweden, The Netherlands, USA, and Brazil.
Along his intense activities as a recitalist and a chamber musician, Ático Razera is a member of the Flemish Symphony Orchestra, and guest co-principal violist at the Royal Opera of Brussels - La Monnaie.
Having earned his Master degree at the Brussels Royal Conservatoire his main teachers had been Katalin Sebestyen, Tony Nys and Teodoro Salles.
Participated in violin/viola
and chamber music Master Classes with Midori Goto, Sergei Kravchenko, Erwin Schiffer, Christopher Warren-Green, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, Haydn Quartet among others.
He has appeared as soloist performing Concerto no. 4 for violin in D Major of W.A. Mozart, Concerto for Violin of Ludwig van Beethoven in D major, op.61, and Concerto for Viola of J. Chr. Bach in C minor, in collaboration with the UFBA Symphony Orchestra and UFBA Chamber Orchestra.
Received prizes and scholarships from a few institutions such as: Schuurman Schimmel foundation, Makarov institute, and the University of Southern Mississippi Symphony Orchestra.
He has given masterclasses and developed pedagogical activities in The Netherlands, Belgium and Brazil.
At the age of 18 he won his first professional orchestra audition for the Bahia State Symphony, and after that he held positions with Gulf Coast Symphony, Meridian Symphony, as well as guest musician in several other orchestras in Belgium, Brazil, Germany, The Netherlands and USA until his current position at the Flemish Symphony Orchestra.
Ático has participated in recordings of five CDs and several recordings for radios in Europa, USA, and Brazil with classical music and Brazilian music; Bossa Nova, Chorinho and Samba.
With these participations in Brazilian, North American, European orchestras, and chamber music groups, he has managed to build a respectable orchestral, chamber music and operistic repertoire having already performed more than 1000 different works of various composers. During these concerts he had the opportunity to collaborate with some of today's most renowned musicians: Sir James Galway, Joshua Bell, Olga Kern, Hans Hollinger, Maria João Pires, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, among others.