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Residencia Daniel Tatita Márquez - Candombe Contemporáneo: My Sciencie Way
From enero 1º 2021 to diciembre 31º 2021
Lugar: virtual

Daniel Tatita Marquez

Candombe Musician, Percussionist and Researcher.
Graduated from the Municipal School of Music of Montevideo, Graduated from the University School of Music, basic cycle, 2-year course at the University of Sao Paulo. He has taken classes with: Giovanni Hidalgo, Richie Flores, Ralph Irizarry, Samuel Torres, Jhair Salas, Mauricio Herrera, Marvin Diz, Jonhy Almendra, Renato Thoms.
He has edited 11 Candombe Research works, 8 albums of jazz, electronic and contemporary candombe candombe, he represented Uruguay on 4 continents, he was Uruguayan cultural representative before the FIFA Fan Fest at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, he was chosen by Jennifer López and Marc Anthony to represent Uruguay in the Q'Viva program.
He represents Uruguay at the 2012 Yeosu Expo in Korea. Stable musician of the band "3 million" by Jaime Roos. He represents Uruguay at the SXSW Festival in Austin Texas 2013. He records at Martin Cohen's studios (New York) music from his latest albums "Mukunda" and "Iniciación" in Candombe Jazz format. He forms the group "Mukunda New York Candombe" with local musicians. He represents Uruguay at Expo-Inter 2013 in the city of Porto Alegre. He is chosen by UNESCO to carry out a survey of Candombe in Uruguay 2013-2014. Endorser of the percussion instruments brand LP Latin Percussion, Joan Tambores, Hat Drum Percussion.



"Contemporary Candombe: My Science Way" is a show project that promotes technology and science applied to art and in turn places special emphasis on the development of Candombe at a national and international level, its main objective is the internationalization of Candombe (rhythm Afro-Uruguayan). One of the most identifying and outstanding national rhythms of Uruguay. With more than 20 years of experience in the field, Daniel “Tatita” Márquez (musician, teacher and researcher) has a lot to say about it. However, what really makes his show project uniquely innovative is his contribution in terms of robotics applied to music.







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