Beledo lives in New York and started teaching private lessons in the 80s in Uruguay were a few of his students became instructors and session players themselves. Every year he travels back to give seminars and intensive lessons to select intermediate and advanced students.
He is currently available to teach lessons online. Beledo has helped students connect the natural impulse of the blues improvisation with the theory of music and composition and jazz performance since the early times of his career by mirroring his own chronological process of learning with his original method.
Beledo received his classical music training at the University School Of Music of Uruguay, toured in South America with famous artists before coming to the US. In 1990 attended UCLA program of Film Scoring. Beledo's latest CD is called Dreamland Mechanism with Gary Husband and Lincoln Goines. He's also a member of the Prog-Rock band Circuline.
With all of his worldly knowledge he looks forward to helping new students achieve their goals sooner than they expect. Beledo's teaching style is extremely hands on with no gimmicks.
Beledo taught a masterclass of harmony, composition and improvisation to classical music students from the perspective of Jazz and popular music.
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