Priscila is offering online lessons during this pandemic time.
Her studio is set up with high-quality microphones and strong connection for optimal results. All levels are welcome, and areas of improvement are as varied as technical issues, musicianship, career advise, and repertoire development.
Priscila was invited to perform at a Faculty Recital alongside Jodi Levitz, viola, and Ross Harbaugh, Cello. They performed Brahms' A minor Trio Op. 114.
The recital took place at Gusman Concert Hall, the University of Miami, on February 16, 2020.
On January 18th, 2020, Priscila had the pleasure of performing with members of the Pulse Trio: Scott Flavin, violin, and Margaret Donaghue, Clarinet. Priscila stepped in last minute to replace Dr. Naoko Takao.
The trio performed works by contemporary and living composers, including Stravinsky, Jennifer Higdon, Michael Daugherty, and Victoria Bon.
On November 23 Priscila was named Grand Prize Winner at the Heida Hermanns International Music Competition in Westport, Connecticut.
She was one of four finalists who were brought to Westport to present a solo recital, a masterclass and a radio interview. Priscila was chosen unanimously by the jury consisting of renowned pianists: Frederic Chiu, Simon Mulligan, and Spencer Myer.
She will be returning to Westport for future concerts.
The Navarro-Baron duet performed a successful sold-out recital in FGCU (Florida Gulf Coast University). In a combination of four-hand and two piano works, the program included works by Bach, Gluck, Rachmaninoff, Shostakovich, Chabrier, Dvorak and Saint-Saens. They also announced the release of a CD of two-piano music, to be presented at Carnegie Hall and recorded next summer.
Priscila joined violist Jodi Levitz for a series of recitals in the cities of Lima and Arequipa in Peru. They had full houses in both cities, and their recital in Arequipa was streamed in TV Unsa Channel. In Lima they performed as part of the International Chamber Music Festival, organized by the National University of Music in conjunction with the Cultural Institute Peruvian-American.
The program consisted of Schumann's Marchenbilder, Brahms' second viola sonata and Rachmaninoff's Cello Sonata.
Jodi Levitz is an acclaimed violist both as soloist and as chamber musician. She is currently on the faculty at the University of Miami as professor of viola and head of the Stamps Scholarship Program. To read more about her, go to her website