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  • Pedro Isea Herrera (pandeiro)

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    Pedro Isea is a Venezuelan musician born in Caracas in October 28th 1971 who very early 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...
  • Scott Feiner (pandeiro)

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    Scott Feiner’s musical story is not a common one. Not only is he an American pandeiro player, but he has also introduced this Brazilian hand drum to the world of jazz in a highly personal way. A native of New York City, and originally a...
  • Sergio Cassiano (pandeiro)

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    Sérgio Cassiano (percussion and voice) graduated in music from the Federal University of Pernambuco. He has preformed with several theater groups as a musician and actor including “Havia Brasil" (There was a Brazil) and...
  • Tamara Brown (pandeiro)

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  • Tulio Araujo (pandeiro)

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    Imagine a Pandeiro, absent of drums. Strong thumbs mark the low notes, slaps plays the snare and jingles moving like a cymbal. Welcome to Tulio Araujo's world.

 Tulio is a Brazilian musician, carrying advanced degrees and experience...

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