Rising jazz talent Edú Ribeiro was created Edúardo José Nunes Ribeiro on January 13, 1975, in Florianopolis, Brazil. The self-taught drummer started playing at age eight, performing along with his family’s group, Stagium 10, by age 11. Throughout his teenagers Edú was mixed up in local jazz picture, and began monitoring with jazz learners at Unicamp (among Sao Paulo’s open public universities), building a popularity as a instrumentalist to become watched. Shifting to São Paulo in 1996 provided Ribeiro opportunities to utilize Brazilian jazz luminaries like Ernan Lopez-Nussa, Yamandu Costa, Toninho Ferragutti, and much more. Being a sideman, Ribeiro performed for viewers on the Montreux Jazz Celebration, the Blue Take note Yokohama, as well as the Parliament Jazz Celebration, amongst others. Edú’s debut disk, Horizonte, premiered in 2003, implemented in 2005 by Corrente. His third outing being a bandleader came into being in 2006 using the discharge of Ja To Te Esperando, Ribeiro’s initial project to get significant recognition. Offering compositions and performances by artists such as for example Chico Pinheiro, Paulo Paulelli, Thiago of Espirito Santo, and much more, Ja To Te Esperando announced Ribeiro’s appearance as a significant Brazilian voice in the worldwide jazz scene. Furthermore to performing frequently, Ribeiro shows as an associate from the jazz and percussion faculty at Santa Marcelina University and Unicamp, where he was originally forged being a musician.