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Natália Larangeira already reveals a promising career as conductor of opera, choir and orchestra. The most recent 2nd prize in the III Contest for Conductors of the Opera de Baugè (France/2019) stands out. 
He began his musical studies at the Conservatório Arte Musical de Osasco. She graduated in conducting at UniFiamFaam in the class of conductors Abel Rocha and Naomi Munakata. Among the orchestras he conducted are the Minas Gerais Philharmonic Orchestra, São Paulo State Youth Orchestra, São Pedro Theater Youth Orchestra, São Pedro Theater Orchestra, Baugè Opera Orchestra (France), Atlantic Coast Orchestra (Portugal) ), Bohuslav Martinu Orchestra (Czech Republic), USP Symphony Orchestra, João Pessoa Municipal Symphony Orchestra, Szolnok Symphonic Orchestra (Hungary), among others. 
She received guidance from renowned conductors such as Guillaume Bourgogne (France), Kenneth Kiesler (USA), Donald Schleicher (USA), Kirk Trevor (USA), Johannes Schlaefli (Switzerland), Martin Schmidt (Germany), Daisuke Soga (Japan), Osvaldo Ferreira (Portugal); Kurt Masur (Germany), Collin Metters (England), Roberto Tibiriça; Jamil Maluf, Fabio Mechetti, Alpaslan Ertüngealp (Hungary), Konstantinos Diminakis (Greece/Austria), Nicolás Pasquet (Uruguay/Germany),  Carlos Alberto Vieu (Argentina), Catherine Larsen-Maguire (UK/ Germany) and Enrique Arturo Diemecke (Argentina). Between 2017 and 2019, She was part of Maestro Cláudio Cruz's class of students, with the Youth Orchestra of the State of São Paulo being the resident orchestra of the course.
Among his main performances are the direction of the operas “Comedyonthe bridge” by Bohuslav Martinu (2009), “L´occasionefail ladro” by Gioacchino Rossini (2010) and “Die Zauberflöte” by WA Mozart (2012), and “Gianni Schicchi ”, by G. Puccini (2013), performed by the orchestral conducting class and by the Opera Studio of the Oficina de Música de Curitiba: and the opera “Falstaff”, by Verdi (2017) with the São Pedro Theater Scholarship Orchestra (SP) ); of the operas in concerts performed with the Orquestra do Theatro São Pedro (2018); assistance in “Madama Butterfly”, by Puccini (2019), with the Symphony Orchestra of Santo André, “La liberazione”, by Francesca Caccini (2021), with the Camerata Filarmônica de Indaiatuba.
She was conductor of the São Paulo City Choir (2010-2012), CEU Butantã Choir, CEU Jaguaré Choir (2012-2014), Campinas Boys Singers Choir (2013-2015), Itu Symphonic Choir, Children's Choir de Itu (2015-2017) and the Children´s Choir of the Ong Manaem de Indaiatuba (2016-2018). Participated in the Canta São Paulo project (TMSP-SP) as Tutora conductor (2015). Conducted as a guest: the Guri Project String Orchestra (2014), Femina Chamber Orchestra (2016), Guri Santa Marcelina Youth Symphonic Band (2017), Guri Santa Marcelina Children's Band (2017-2018)._cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_
In 2018, she made his debut at Sala São Paulo at the head of the Orquestra Jovem do Estado de São Paulo. In 2019, he participated in the selection process for assistant conductor of the Minas Gerais Philharmonic Orchestra, making his debut at Sala Minas Gerais; in the same year he made his debut at Teatro Colon in the closing concert of the Masterclass of conducting with conductor Enrique Diemecke. He was also guest conductor of the Piracicaba Symphony Orchestra and the USP Symphony Orchestra.
She participates in the Women Regents movement and acts as Principal Conductor and Artistic Director of the Brazilian Philharmonic Camerata, and assistant conductor of the Santo André Symphony Orchestra. She is currently a Master's student in Performance at the University of Campinas (Unicamp/SP) and took up the position as assistant director of the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra, at Teatro Colon (Argentina). Parallel to her activities as conductor, she works as a producer, manager of socio-cultural projects and speaker in training of high performance teams.

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