Born: May 18, 1986 Primary Instrument: Percussion
Tony Succar was born in Lima, Peru. He arrived to Miami, FL at the age of two. He was fortunate enough to be born into an array of musical talent. He embarked in his life as a musician when he was thirteen. I was privileged to have been born into a family of musicians, I couldn’t be more grateful”, he explained. Succar was inspired to begin his musical education on the piano and then moved on to percussion. Tony received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Jazz Performance from Florida International University in 2008 and his Master’s degree in 2010.
Growing up in Miami, a multi-cultural “Melting Pot”, has shaped him in many ways to become a versatile musician. Being exposed to so many diverse styles of music has blessed him to make the most of his talent. He has had the honor to share concert, festival, and nightclub stages with Arturo Sandoval, Néstor Torres, Tania Libertad, Richie Zellon, Mike Orta, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Victor Manuelle, Oscar de Leon, Tito Nieves, and Tito Rojas (among others)....
Live at the Wertheim Performing Arts Center
Tracks: Eye of the Hurricane; Adam's Apple; Pa Oyichan; Bemsha Swing; A Mi Manera; No Te Confundas
Personnel: Mauricio Quiros: piano. Sammy Gali: keyboards. Agustin Conti; bass. Mike Lozana; congas/cajon. Goro Castillo; bongos/cajon. Ruben Caban; trombone. Jesus Mato; trumpet. Hery Paz; sax/flute. Mimy Succar; vocals. Alfredo Lugo; vocals. Tony Succar; timbales/cajon/maracas
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