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EDGAR GONZALEZ guitarist composerEDGAR GONZALEZ guitarist composerEDGAR GONZALEZ guitarist composerEDGAR GONZALEZ guitarist composer


GUITARRISTA COMPOSITOR

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ENGLISH

​Edgar is an eclectic composer conversant in a variety of musical idioms. He blends Classical, Jazz and Contemporary music to create engaging musical statements. Classically trained with an extensive performance background, he shared the stage with Carlos Santana, John McLaughlin, Russell Tubbs, Michael Walden, Yolandita Monje, Danny Rivera, Alice Coltrane, Anthony Bez, and James Taylor among others. In his formative years, he performed with such legendary groups as Funky Mama and The Moonlytes. Throughout his career he has garnered many awards for compositions in the advertising industry, particularly for his work in the Hispanic market. He also received an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his composition in a short film category. He studied Music and Hispanic Literature at Kean College in New Jersey and St. Johns University, New York. He has also taken Master Classes with John McLaughlin, Charles Postlewaite, Jorge Morel and Federico Cordero. 

ESPANOL

Edgar es un compositor ecléctico versado en una variedad de musicales. Combina la música clásica, jazz y Latina para presentaciones musicales cálidas y cautivadoras. Entrenado clásicamente con una amplia experiencia en escenarios internacionales, ha ganado varios premios a lo largo de su carrera por sus producciones musicales. También recibió un premio en el Festival de Cannes por composición, en la categoría de cortometrajes. Durante su carrera ha compartido escenario con Carlos Santana, John McLaughlin, Russell Tubbs, Michael Walden, Yolandita Monje, Danny Rivera, Alice Coltrane, Anthony Bez, y James Taylor. Estudio  música y literatura hispánica en Kean College, New Jersey y St. Johns University, New York. Ha cursado clases magistrales con John McLaughlin, Charles Postlewaite, Jorge Morel y Federico Cordero. 

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