Guilherme Vergueiro began his music studies along with his grandfather, the renowned classical Brazilian pianist Guilherme Fontainha, and his helper Fumiko Kuwanami. Afterwards, he’d research serial structure and looks with fundamental composer H.J. Koellreuter and he also examined tranquility and counterpoint with Paulo Herculano. His professional profession started in 1970, when he had been playing at nightclubs in São Paulo and Rio. Those had been the dark many years of armed forces dictatorship and Vergueiro experienced a great deal of fortune, as he modestly places it himself, because a lot of first-rate professional performers had to keep the united states that he been successful in using established experts and study from them. With this stage, he used Edison Machado, probably the very best Brazilian drummer ever, Agostinho dos Santos (who sang within the Dark Orpheus film), distinguished vocalist Leny Andrade, bossa pioneer Johnny Alf, Alaíde Costa, among others. He also led his personal trios and quartets. In 1973, he was musical movie director from the play Labirinto, o Balanço da Vida, that was granted with the Molière reward as greatest of the entire year. In 1975, he was busted by the authorities as well as another 12 performers. They submitted him, with photos, and released him. He became therefore depressed and concerned that he made a decision to move to NY. After a couple of months, he became familiar with bassist Walter Booker, with whom he produced the group Like, Carnival and Dreams, playing his very own agreements and compositions at jazz nightclubs like the Community Gate and Boomers. Shortly he was employed as musical movie director for the after that only Brazilian evening membership, Cachaça, and remained there for just two . 5 years, playing everyday but Weekend. In Dec 1979, he went back again to Brazil. He released his debut record, Naturalmente, touring through many Brazilian capitals. As an arranger and pianist, he done albums from Carlinhos Vergueiro, Chico Buarque, Djavan, Leny Andrade, Raul de Souza, Nico Assumpção, Claudio Guimarãha sido, Raul Mascarenhas, Rafael Rabello, among others. He implemented his second record, Só por Amor, with a fresh round of travels. Likely to Denmark being a guest to instruct and lecture about Brazilian music, he provided many concerts and documented Reside in Copenhagen, toured France and Italy, and came back to Brazil. From 1983 to 1986, he made an appearance at a number of important locations, like Celebration Internacional de Jazz (São Paulo), Totally free Jazz Celebration (Rio), Celebration de Jazz (Brasilia), Celebration de Jazz (Recife), and Celebration de Campos perform Jordão, amongst others. In 1986, he provided a single concerto with testimony for the Imagery and Audio Museum of São Paulo; a different one on the starting of the present day Art Exhibition along with his quartet and 13 people from the Symphonic Orchestra of São Paulo; and, with brass orchestra, in the honours ceremony from the I Video Event. During 1997 and 1998, he performed duos with renowned trombonist Raul de Souza, flutist Lea Freire, and performers Rosa Maria and Miúcha. Vergueiro toured Spain with vocalist Nana Caymmi and along with his group Guilherme Vergueiro + 5 (Sisão Machado, bass; Duda Neves, drums; Claudio Guimarãsera, acoustic guitar; Edu Helou, keyboards; and Teco Cardoso, saxes and flutes) and made an appearance in the Free of charge Jazz Event (Rio de Janeiro). In 1988/1989, he became even more attached to the original samba from the hillsides of Rio, therefore he got associated with the Escola de Samba da Mangueira, recognizing several appearances using its Bateria (the percussion sector). In 1989, he toured France and, with flutist Nicola Stilo, through Italy. He made an appearance in the Parc Tulerie, Paris, France, through the commemorations of nov Bastille. In 1990, he resolved in LA and shaped the Guilherme Vergueiro Brazilian Big Music group, which performs in LA sometimes. With Ron Carter and Robertinho Silva, he performed in Rio and São Paulo. From 1994 to 1995, he performed with Hugh Masekela and Raphael Rabello. In 1995, he released Like, Carnival and Dreams with Ron Carter and Robertinho Silva. Vergueiro was also nominated for the Natural herb Alpert Basis for the Arts and by CAL Condition University honours for his work’s totality. Leading an organization shaped by Wayne Shorter, Wallace Rooney, Raul de Souza, Laudir de Oliveira, Mads Vinding, and Robertinho Silva, he made an appearance in the Heineken Event in Rio and São Paulo. In 1996, he performed three single concerts at Teatro Hilton, São Paulo. In 1997, he released his single record Molambo and created and organized Mike Stoller’s Amazon Moon. In 1999, he was a visitor of saxophonist Don Menza. In 2000, the label Naim released his Compact disc Espiritu, with visitor Carlos dos Santos (seven-string Brazilian electric guitar).