Ana Ruth Bermudez
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Ana Ruth Bermudez

Miami, FL

Miami, FL
Band Classical Classical


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The best kept secret in music


""El Carabobeño" Venezuela"

Ana Ruth Bermúdez, a brilliant cello soloist, was acclaimed for the virtuoso technique she displayed in her performance of Haydn’s C Major Concerto…In the hands of this young artist, the cello seemed like a small violin overflowing with different sonorities; it was a clean and graceful performance.
- Alfredo Fermín / 1994

""La nación", Venezuela"

The concert by the Orchesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar conducted by Ana Ruth Bermúdez was simply spectacular…She took flight not only with the baton but also with her entire body, capable of transmitting the feeling of the score and of the composer, who was brought back to life throughout the course of this performance.

...Bermúdez vibrates from all musical angles. As a conductor, as a performer, as a pedagogue; indeed, she knows that she was born to develop her natural potential, and she traces all the musical cardinal points moving with the tenacity of a high-flying bird…

- Ligia Parra Pérez

"Journal Sentinel, USA"

"Both are virtuosos, with extensive training and a profound understanding of the cultural thrusts behind the complex music of Spain, South America, and Caribe"
- Mary-Liz Shaw

"Cedarburg Newspaper, USA"

"My fingers try to follow my voice, my voice tries to follow my heart"

...Her eyes are close. Her lips are moving as if in prayer. Ana Ruth Bermudez is playing the cello. Nothing else exists for her. " When I close my eyes, I am closer to my soul."
- Renira Pachuta


Recording first two CDs
Cello Solo
Cello and Guitar


Feeling a bit camera shy


A sought-after soloist, recitalist and pedagogue, holds a B.M. in Cello Performance from the “Amadeo Roldan” Conservatory of Music, and “Superior Instituto of Art” in Havana; as well as studies in the Tchaikovsky Conservatory of Moscow. Since October 2000 she resides in the United States of America. Her solo and chamber music appearances have led her to play in Cuba, Russia, Spain, Venezuela, Brazil, Mexico, England, and USA, where she premiered a solo cello piece written specifically for her at the Miami International Composers Festival. She has recorded for television, theater, radio and film in Cuba, Spain, Venezuela, and USA. She has also played with the International Chamber Orchestra of Moscow and the Havana Chamber Orchestra, becoming the artistic director in 1991.
A committed teacher, she taught at Havana’s National School of Music and Higher Institute of Art, as well as the “Simon Bolivar” Conservatory of Music and University Institute of Musical Studies in Caracas, Venezuela. Currently, she teaches at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music as well as in Latino Art, string program. She is also member of the Skylight Opera Teather.