Mauro Satalino Mauro Satalino

Argentinean drummer and percussionist Mauro Satalino is part of a generation of young musicians engaged in exploring creative and rich links between jazz and the vast South-American traditional music. An active performer and educator, his versatility allows him to be part of different situations and move around styles such as Jazz, Pop, Funk and South-American rhythms. In the year 2000, with a scholarship from Berklee College of Music, he moved to Boston to expand his musical frontiers. He had the great opportunity to learn and shared stages with amazing teachers and performers: Mugrew Miller, Danilo Perez, Hal Crook, Ian Froman, Ed Tomassi, Mark Walker, Jeff Galindo, Kenwood Dennard and Jon Hazilla. After graduating magna cum laude with a B.A. in Music Performance, he moved to New York in 2004, where he has been an active menber of the Latin-American and Jazz scene, He has been part of different endeavors collaborating with musicians and producers such as: Ithaal Shur (Carlos Santana’s Supernatural, Smooth), Keith Goldman (Eminem, Chaka khan) Rosario Dawson (Rent), Raul Jaurena (Latin Grammy winner), Gustavo Moretto, Calpulli Dance Company Anna Saeki, Jaleel Shaw, Jesus Santandreu, Julio Santillan, Pablo Aslan, Cecilia “ElJuri”, Alexandra Samsonova, Carlos Franzetti. He has been sideman of famous singer from South-America and Spain, such as: Jose Luis “El Puma” Rodriguez, Juan Bau, Lorenzo Santamaria, Leo Dan, Jeanette, Coral, Tranzas, “Palito” Ortega, Eduardo Franco, just to name a few

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”....Mr Satalino musicality is beyond the drums, with color and texture, he delivers a full range of emotions...”
Primary Instrument

Drums

Willing to teach

Advanced only

Credentials/Background

Orchestra Director @ Multicultural music Group

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