- Teaches students:
- Ages 13 to 60
- Teaching since:
Panamanian percussionist Carlos (b. 1989) is on the percussion faculty of the Ohio Wesleyan University and the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music preparatory department. Recent activities include performances with the Louisville Orchestra, The Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra, The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra, The Pittsburgh Festival Orchestra, Resonance Works Pittsburgh, Alia Musica, Tepki Music Collective and a tour with the YOA Orchestra of the Americas through Central America (Panamá, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Belize). He has also performed with groups such as the Symphony of the Americas, the Pittsburgh Noise Orchestra and the National Symphony of Panama, which whom he performed as soloist on several occasions. He has made appearances at festivals such as the Rome Music Festival (Italy), Santa Catarina Music Festival (Brazil), The Eastern Music Festival (USA) the Whats!on Festival and the Pittsburgh Festival of New Music, among others.
Carlos holds an undergraduate degree in percussion from Sam Houston State University, a masters degree in percussion from Carnegie Mellon University and a doctoral degree from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. His music is published by Cayambis Music Press and has recorded under Centaur Records and Ablaze Records.
Carlos is a proud artist for Dream Cymbals and Gongs, and Mike Balter Mallets.
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I improved in 30 mins more than in all years I have been playing percussion. Will be coming back for sure!