Juliana Silveira is a Brazilian pianist who graduated from Santa Marcelina University (São Paulo-Brazil), with a major in Jazz/Brasilian Piano and minor in Music Education. In 2007, she studied at the Berklee College of Music (Summer Program-Jazz Piano and Arranging). Back in São Paulo, Juliana had jazz piano lessons with Débora Gurgel, Edmundo Cassis, Mariô Rebouças and Edson Santana, and classical piano lessons with the renowned Maria José Carrasqueira. She took part in a wide range of different bands from the rich music scene in São Paulo, from big bands to piano solo performances; and during this time she performed on various important stages in the city, such as São Pedro Theater, MAM Theater, SESC, Anhembi Convention Center, Guiomar Novaes Hall (FUNARTE) and UNESP (University of the State of São Paulo) Arts Institute. Besides her work as a pianist and arranger, Juliana is an experienced piano/keyboard private teacher, including early childhood music groups, having taught in schools such as Vértice Cultural Center and Teca Oficina de Música. Her private students range from jazz and Brazilian music players to classical players. In 2017, she moved to Austin, Texas, where she continues to give piano and keyboard lessons to students of all ages.