Spring 2013 Semester Starts 17,January 2013 – Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music


Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music

                Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music

SPRING 2013 – FACULTY

The Spring 2013 faculty line-up is starting to emerge. Magos Herrera, a Latin Grammy Nominee from Mexico is returning as Voice Faculty. Cuban virtuoso pianist Manuel Valera as Piano Faculty. Yunior Terry from Cuba as Bass Faculty. Alex Kautz from Brazil as the Bass Faculty. Prasanna, President of Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music and Dr. S. Karthick will be joining these musicians and others.

 

MAGOS HERRERA (MEXICO)

Born in Mexico City, the deep and captivating performer, Magos Herrera is considered one of the most beautiful voices and the most active vocalist of the contemporary Latin American jazz scene.

 The grammy nominee for best vocal jazz, Immensely popular throughout Mexico and Latin America, a dazzling accomplished singer-songwriter known for her beguiling rhythmic scatting…READ MORE

PRASANNA (INDIA)

Hailed by critics and fans around the world as one of the world’s most innovative guitarists and composers today, Prasanna truly exemplifies the notion of a global musician. From being a pioneer in performing the ancient art of traditional Indian Classical Carnatic music on the guitar to being a cutting edge guitarist and composer that blends Jazz, Rock, Classical, Blues, Reggae and everything else he feeds on into a unique signature sound…READ MORE

RUBENS DE LA CORTE (BRAZIL)

Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Rubens De La Corte started studying classical guitar at the age of 9 and electric guitar by age 13. In 1998, Rubens graduated Magna Cum Laude from Berklee College of music and later completed his Masters degree in Jazz performance at the Queens College, NY where he studied with artists like Sir Roland Hanna…READ MORE

MANUEL VALERA (CUBA)

Cuban pianist, bandleader, composer and arranger, Manuel Valera is in the forefront of contemporary modern jazz. He represents the next generation of great performers and composers. His sound is fresh, inviting and evocative, and his goal is to forge innovative sounds that bring a vitality and newness to the idioms of jazz and Latin jazz. He is constantly workshopping musical ideas to develop new composition and arranging techniques that bring together Cuban, Puerto Rican, Brazilian and various jazz styles and forms…READ MORE

YUNIOR TERRY (CUBA)

Regarded as one of New York City’s most sought after bass player, Yunior Terry is recognized for his big sound, versatility and contagious rhythm. As the youngest son of one of Cuba’s most gifted musical families “Los Terry’s”, Yunior followed the tradition and began his musical training at age seven, graduating in 1994 from the prestigious National School of Art (ENA) in Havana with a double major in violin and bass…READ MORE

ALEX KAUTZ (BRAZIL)

Known for his sensitivity, musicality and touch, Alex has found a unique musical voice as a result of his passion for jazz, world music and his natural Brazilian influence. Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Alex first went to Berklee College of Music to study a Degree in Professional Music and them moved to NY…READ MORE

DR. S. KARTHICK (INDIA)

One of the most recognizable ghatam artists in the world today, Karthick has earned an international reputation for his path-breaking work in Carnatic music and in Crossover music. He studied for many years with the legendary ‘Vikku’ Vinayakram. Karthick has performed and recorded with every major Carnatic artist, done sessions work with film composers like A.R. Rahman, Harris Jayaraj and others, and done numerous collaborative projects with French Pianist Ariane Gray Hubert and others…READ MORE

 

More updates soon…

 

 

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