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Pedro Isea Herrera

Primary Instrument: Pandeiro

Born: October 28, 1971    

Pedro Isea Herrera

Pedro Isea is a Venezuelan musician born in Caracas in October 28th 1971 who very early in his life started to make vocal music and play the Venezuelan Cuatro and percussion for vocal groups in his school and university. He began music studies in 1982 in Padre Sojo music school in Caracas and developed a ten years career singing and making percussion for different choirs.

Since 1994 he studied afro-venezuelan and latin percussion (congas) for five years with the professors Alexander Livinalli (multiple participations), Jesús Paiva (Vasallos del Sol), William Troconis (La Banda Sigilosa, Grupo Maroa, La Platabanda...) and Manuel Moreno (Grupo Herencia) in the Popular Culture School of Bigott Foundation and in the UCV (Universidad Central de Venezuela). In 1995 he founded “Mestizos Ensamble” with the pianist and singer Alicia Dávila recording 6 tracks which were showed in radio and TV programs. In that year he studied Jazz history and vocal percussion....
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Primary InstrumentPandeiro

LocationCaracas, Miranda

Clinic/Workshop Information- Basic Pandeiro - Basic Brazilian rhythms - Basic Venezuelan rhythms in pandeiro Clave of Samba paper: http://docs.google.com/View?id=dfvbz3sw_2cjqrtvc7

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