Clarinetist. Educator. Recording Artist. Chamber and Orchestral Musician.
Silverstein and Yamaha Artist.
Pacific Opera Project
March 20, 26, and 27, 2022
CSUDH BandFest '22
Festival of bands at CSUDH, with the participation of the wind ensembles from CSUDH, Moorpark College, Pierce College, Cerritos College, and LACC.
Saturday, April 16th - Entire day - CSUDH LH
Pacific Opera Project
ICB - I can't Breath
May 13, 14, and 15
El Portal Theatre
Yamaha Tour/Masterclasses in Spain!
Summer School Program LACC
Chamber Music program
July 4 - 24
Stay tuned for other events!
"The Psychological Morphologies According to Matta by Luis Saglie is the most abstract composition on the disc. The three-movement work represents the composer’s musical response to paintings by the Chilean surrealist painter Roberto Matta. It is in many ways the most technically challenging work on the disc, especially the final movement, and suits Figueiredo’s muscular style of playing very well; she handles the formidable difficulties with panache."
Review of CD Intuition by The Clarinet Magazine, September 2021
"...Figueiredo plays with technical prowess and intense musicality, interpreting each work with absolute clarity and precision. Figueiredo captivates listeners through her beauty of tone, flawless execution, and unapologetic interpretations."
Review of CD Seule by The Clarinet Magazine, June 2016
"The Hu Xuan Dance calls for some virtuosity from the clarinetist and Figueiredo plays her difficult part with seeming ease. Her trill is fast and even, her legato smooth as glass. As we turn to another part of the world, the beginning of Miguel Del Aguila’s Seducción calls for legato from the pianist and Ünal makes it sound like the embodiment of crème caramel. When the music gives way to a fast Latin dance she and Figueiredo keep listeners’ ears glued to the irregular rhythms of this most entertaining music."
Review of CD Refuge by The Fanfare Magazine
The premiere recording of seven beautiful and captivating works for clarinet alone by acclaimed composers, both present and of the avant-garde era. Music by Ken Walicki, Jenni Brandon, Pamela Madsen, Daniel Kessner, Clotilde Rosa, Maria de Lurdes Martins, and David Lefkowitz.