Bruno Ribeiro hails from Portugal, where he started his musical journey. He started with the piano but it was on the guitar (classical and electric), that he found his preferred
musical expression of choice, as an interpreter and composer.
However, his career has been marked by extreme diversity, both in terms of aesthetics and in the type of projects he develops or collaborates with - playing other instruments (electric bass, Portuguese guitar, synthesizers, percussion), in musical areas that do not know predetermined limits and have gone from fado to heavy rock, from synth-pop and world music to classical and avant-gard music.
He participated in several projects of a diverse nature, working both as a guitarist or as composer and arranger for his own sake or as a freelancer - in stage music, electronic music, chamber music and
very diverse instrumental groups - and also colaborated multiple times with symphonic orquestras such as the Portuguese Symphonic Band and the Porto National Orquestra. Bruno has played in many different Portuguese venues such as Cine-Teatro de Estarreja, Teatro Municipal de Vila Real, Teatro Municipal de Bragança, Cinema Passos Manoel (Porto), MusicBox (Lisboa), Casa da Malaposta (Odivelas), Cine-Teatro Paraíso (Tomar), Cine-Teatro Garret (Póvoa de Varzim), or even the Casa da Música in Porto, only to name but a few; he has performed in festivals such as the Sintra Music Festival, the Almada International Theatre Festival or, more recently, the Percursos da Música in Ponte de Lima.
Bruno Ribeiro studied Composition at the Higher Studies School of Music and Performing Arts (ESMAE), in Porto, Portugal, where he also attended the Conservatory of Music in the class of Artur Caldeira.
He is currently preparing to release his next solo phonographic work, which should be released still in 2021, and is working with the soprano Ana Barros in iberian songs from the early 19th century which they will record and publish soon and present in 2022.