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Featured in The Journal News
Renée performs Rhapsody in Blue in Amalfi, Italy at the Young and Jazz Festival at the Arsenale della Republicca.
Recipient of the Steinway Educational Partnership.
Renée & Larry's "ROMANZE" wins a NAMA (Native American Music Award) for Record of the Year!
Our production of CANDIDE made The Huffington Post
Music Retreat in Borgomale, Italy is born!
Stay tuned for Summer 2018 info.
Festivals & Performances in Italy
Adelaide Fringe Festival
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R E V I E W S
Setting the necessary smoky, boozy mood, pianist, Renee Guerrero's landing on the keys a touch heavily in the intoxicatingly intoxicated style of the period.
Bobby Patrick, Broadway World
Guerrero is extraordinary. Not only does she understand the music of the era, she is that rare animal, an intuitive accompanist. Pat Wilson, The Advertiser (Adelaide Fringe Festival)
Thank you to you all, to Sandra, Andrea and the American musicians for a wonderful evening. I think that George Gershwin, eighty years after his passing, leant out of the castle, a place of tragic legend, to enjoy the musician's performance.... and so history moves on... a place where, after centuries of fear, nobody could have ever imagined such magic could be created. Thank you again. I spent two amazing hours in your company. You have brought a great musical atmosphere in Alta Langa. Beautiful and harmonious moments. Lorenzo Bar, Author
LeFay was accompanied by violist Alexia del Giudice and pianist Renee Guerrero, two accomplished musicians who demonstrated their chops with an evocative instrumental introduction to the evening in Mischa Spoliansky’s haunting, mood-inducing “Morphium.” Marilyn Lester, Theater Pizzazz
Go to New York and pay the price-or come to Narnia for a lot less and get much more - for free. Two American directors brought in a host of talented Broadway performers. I was wowed. If you have a kid who is interested in musical theater, look up Matthew Surapine and Renee Guerrero. Joseph Gold
Renée Guerrero brings a rare gift of empathetic, nuanced support to her artists.
Kitty Montgomery, Saugerties Post