Roberto Hall

Norte-rio-grandense, músico desde os 09 anos de idade já tocou com várias bandas renomadas do nordeste.

Durante esses 28 anos de música já gravou trabalhos com artistas locais e nacionais, sua vasta experiência em gravações o proporcionou criar seu próprio estúdio de gravações: Hall Studio Natal.

A tecnologia conecta esse grande músico às bandas de todo o país através das suas gravações de bateria online.

Atualmente está trabalhando como baterista com o artista natalense Pedro Luccas onde consegue expressar sua musicalidade tocando diversos estilos musicais.

Juan Ordoñez González

Biography:

Juan Ordóñez was born on January 2, 1992 in Guayaquil - Ecuador. He started in music from a very young age, started playing drums at the age of five in a church attended by his parents. At the age of 7, he took classes with Mestre Salas, a renowned 70s drummer from Guayaquil, started his musical career at "Conservatorio Rymsky Korsakov" in 2009. Currently he graduated in music at "Universidad Católica Santiago de Guayaquil". Juan Ordoñéz received lessons from the renowned drummer Carlos Bravo. He participated in several drum clinics with Sergio Riggianni, Horacio “El negro” Hernández, Aaron Spears, Zurdo Ortega, Don Famularo, Eric Moore, Calvin Rogers, Robert Sput.

Juan Ordoñez has played for several national and international artists, such as: Greeicy, Josue del Cid, Jose Luis Orellana, Roberto Orellana, Chueco Viola, A2h + Clip Deemo, El Pessoal Quino Orrantia, Gadiel Espinoza, Cadaver Exquisito, Bmol Aaron Miller, Jenny Villafuerte, Pamela Cortés, David Triviño, City Band Voices La Iguana Invisible La Chicha Power Sergio Vivar Toño Navarrete Mirella Cesa Alejandro Jaćn Nikki Mackliff, City Lights Church NY, Daniel Betancourt, Nicol Rubira, Viviana Gómez, Orquesta M. de Guayaquil, Roberto Bolaños , Roberto Bolaños Jr, Diana Ávila, Los 4 Jinetes del Apocalipsis, El Cholo, Sonidos Banda CCI Honduras CEN Jazz Ensamble Cris Alcivar Jingle Jazz 2017 Javo Valladares.

Born in 1971 in the city of Brasília as Marco Aurélio Mendes, Bacalhau began his career as a drummer in the band Little Quail and The Mad Birds., Founded in 1988. In the band he participated in three albums and an EP.

After leaving Little Quail and The Mad Birds, he founded the band Rumbora, in which he participated in two albums 71 and the Positive and Operative Army.

He recorded with important names in Brazilian music such as Herbert Vianna, DeFalla, Gabriel o Pensador and Domenico +2. He also participated in the soundtrack of the book and children's play, "Eu e meu Guarda-Chuva" (composed by Titã Branco Mello and Cabine C. Ciro Pessoa).

He played with the English band The Mission in São Paulo and Recife, and on the program Altas Horas, by Serginho. He worked in the product development area at Orion Cymbals and had a line named after him, which has been out of print since February 20, 2008.

In 2002, he became a drummer for the São Paulo rock band Ultraje a Rigor. Currently, in addition to joining the band for shows and recording discs, Bacalhau is part of the program The Noite with Danilo Gentili (SBT) together with the band Ultraje a Rigor.

José Miguel Fabre was born in Guayaquil, Ecuador, in October 1997. Rock, pop, hip hop, R&B, experimental music, noise and metal drummer.

 

At age 14 he began his drum studies with Igor Icaza, focusing mainly on metal and rock. Two years later he entered Carlos Albán Estudio de Percusion, to study jazz and music theory.

Later he continued his drums studies with Raúl Molina, focused on jazz, hip hop and improvisation.

In 2019, he was awarded a scholarship for musical excellence from Universidad San Francisco de Quito, in which he is currently studying Contemporary Music Performance.

 

Throughout these 10 years of career, José Miguel has had the opportunity to share his talent with important figures in Ecuador´s music media, and other countries, which has led him to position himself as one of the most recognized young professional musicians in Ecuador. 

 

Nowadays, he performs with the bands Lolabúm and Desarraigo, offers his services as a session and recording musician for various local bands and he is also a private drum teacher.

Ebano Santos

The gaucho Ébano Santos, from Porto Alegre (RS)
He started playing drums at the age of 12. He played in several “garage” bands until he was 18, when he started his drumming studies with professor Carlos Ovelha and soon after, with Moisés Piangers. Since then, he started to play professionally in dance bands, bars and nightclubs in the region of Serra Gaúcha.
In 1994 he met the legendary Argus Montenegro, and soon started to learn more about Brazilian rhythms. But, it was with the classes with the genius Kiko Freitas that Ébano went deep into the study of the drums.

In 1999, when he converted, he joined the Encontros de Fé Church as a contracted musician. This experience opened the door for him to play with several artists from the gospel segment, national and international, such as Marcos Witt, Ron Kenoly, Chris Durán, Davi Sacer, Gerson Santos, Marquinhos Gomes, Paulo César Baruk, Bo Järpehag, Soraya Moraes, Billy Bunster , Júnior Oliveira, Nani Azevedo, Tanlan, Evandro Alves, Luis Fontana, Asaph Borba, Fabiano Soares, Cristiane and many others. He was part of the band Êxodo, with whom he recorded two albums that were very successful, “Situation” (2002) and “Quantas Vezes Mais? ”(2004). In addition to recording several works in the studio, he recorded his first instrumental project in a duo, with keyboardist Thiago Marques, Grandense, having received excellent reviews in the specialized media.

Working in Porto Alegre, for over 20 years, Ébano Santos is one of the most requested teachers in the country. In addition to teaching hundreds of beginners on the instrument, he has already attended drummers who are true references in the national market in his studio or online classes.
In 2015, in the December issue of the American magazine specialized in drums MODERN DRUMMER, he was listed as one of the 100 TEACHERS IN THE WORLD appointed by the World Battery Ambassador, Mr. DOM FAMULARO.

Luigi Bolaños nasceu no Equador em novembro de 1998. Baterista latino, jazz, funk, pop, gospel, R&B, rock e metal. Começou a estudar piano e bateria no Conservatório Franz Liszt aos 5 anos. Aos 15, viajou com bolsa integral para o International Music Camp, na fronteira dos Estados Unidos com o Canadá; um acampamento focado em música acadêmica e jazz. Aos 16 anos, ganhou o prêmio Franz Liszt do conservatório onde estudou; prêmio concedido ao aluno mais destacado da temporada. Graças a este prêmio, ele participou do Five Week Summer Camp no Berklee College of Music em Boston, ganhando muita experiência na área contemporânea.

Depois de terminar seus estudos universitários, ele se formou em Música Contemporânea com subespecialização em Educação na Universidade de São Francisco de Quito (Berklee Global Partner), sendo um dos primeiros ex-alunos de sua classe e obtendo o reconhecimento Cum Laude. Luigi teve a oportunidade de tocar, gravar e dividir palco com grandes artistas equatorianos e de todo o mundo, destacando-se como músico profissional reconhecido na mídia. Apesar de ter se especializado na bateria como seu instrumento principal, ele também toca piano, percussão latina-sinfônica e canta. Atualmente trabalha como treinador de bateria na MusicLab Berklee City Music Global Network (Quito, Equador), dá aulas particulares, clínicas, masterclasses e é músico de sessão / performer.

REALIZAÇÕES

♦ Reconhecimento Cum Laude na Universidad San Francisco de Quito.
♦ Bolsa de 60% para estudos no Berklee College of Music.
♦ Bolsa completa para o Festival de Percussão do Berklee College of Music.
♦ Bolsa de 50% na Universidade San Francisco de Quito.
♦ Certificado de cinco semanas de verão no Berklee College of Music.
♦ Prêmio Franz Liszt ao aluno mais destacado do Conservatório Franz Lizst.
♦ Bolsa completa para o Acampamento Internacional de Música.

 

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