Grammy-winning bassist leads Latin music program at Berklee College of Music


WILL SHARE STORIES AROUND THE CROSS – THE COMMONWEALTH. >> ATIN L MUSIC IS ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR GENRES IN THE WORLD AND STUDENTS AT BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC HAVE THE UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN OF THE MOST PROLIFIC GENRES. GLORIA TO STEPHAN. ALONDRA WITHOUT. ♪ ♪ INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED MUSICIANS TRAVEL AROUND THE WORLD TO BOSTON TO PERFORM WITH A CAREFULLY ORGANIZED BAND OF MUSICIANS FROM THE BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC. >> THE PERUVIAN BASSIST TURNS TO HIS CLASS TO TEACH. >> BERKELEY IS LOOKING FOR A BASSIST. THEY WANT TO TEACH IN BERKELEY. >> DOG NOT AA WAS HIRED IN 1987 AND BROADEN THECH SOOLS LATIN MUSIC CURRILUMCU WHILE CONTINUING TO WORK AS A MUSICIAN. TODAY I CONSIDERED ONE OF THE BEST LATIN BASS PLAYERS IN THE WORLD. >> RHYTHM, MELODY AND HARMO.NY >> IN 2014, THE SCHOOL LAUNCHED EARTHLY LATINO TILT – TO STRENGTHEN KNOWLEDGE AND APPRECIATION OF LATIN MUSIC AND ITS CULTURAL IMPACT ON THE WORLD. THE THEAT LINO ICI AT BERKELEY PROGRAM IS TAUGHT IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH. INSTRUCTORS BELIEVE IT ENABLES STUDENTS TO INCREASE THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF LATIN CULTURE AND MUSIC TO THE HIGHER LEVEL. IN BOSTON, NATHALIE POZO

Grammy-winning bassist leads Latin music program at Berklee College of Music

Internationally renowned musicians come to Boston from all over the world to perform with a group of musicians from Berklee College of Music. It’s part of the college’s Latin program, led by four-time Grammy winner Oscar Stagnaro. “When I moved to Boston – it’s funny – the first gig I was playing country western music,” he said. Stagnaro, a Peruvian bassist, eventually returned to his musical roots and to the classroom to teach. He joined the faculty in 1987 and expanded the school’s Latin music program. Today he is considered one of the best Latino bassists in the world. In 2014, the school officially launched Berklee Latino to raise awareness and appreciate Latin music and its cultural impact.

Internationally renowned musicians come to Boston from all over the world to perform with a group of musicians from Berklee College of Music. It’s part of the college’s Latin program, led by four-time Grammy winner Oscar Stagnaro.

“When I moved to Boston – it’s funny – the first gig I was playing country western music,” he said.

Stagnaro, a Peruvian bassist, eventually returned to his musical roots and to the classroom to teach. He joined the faculty in 1987 and expanded the school’s Latin music program.

Today he is considered one of the best Latino bassists in the world.

In 2014, the school officially launched Berklee Latino to raise awareness and appreciate Latin music and its cultural impact.

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