While primarily a classical musician, Geovanni Barrios works across disciplines including draught, installation, textile fabrication, video, sound, and performance. As an artist and an academic, his solo and collaborative work covers wide-ranging subjects of social justice, particularly within BIPOC, Latinx, and LGBTQGNC+ community, and cultural hegemony.
As an orchestral tubist and jazz vocalist, Geo has toured and performed in Brazil, Germany, and across the US. He is a current member of various music and performance groups at Yale including the Yale Symphony Orchestra, Yale’s Coup de Brass, Lux Brass, RedHot & Blue of Yale, and the Control Group.
He is currently pursuing a BA in Art History and Music from Yale University. He works as a researcher and video producer for the Yale University Art Gallery. He is an HSF Scholar, YSM Music in Schools Teaching Artist and a Dwight Hall Fellow.
Born and raised in Miami, FL, Geo attended New World School of the Arts. He now works and studies out of New Haven, CT.