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I was born up in the hills of a small town, in El Salvador, Central America
my father always had a passion for music, my mother was a singer at
the local church, and around the village.
I started singing when I was a child, and started composing when I was a teenager.
My influences are diversed, folk, classical, jazz, Rock, latin, vosa nova, etc.

Due to the civil war, my family moved to Costa Rica, and this is where I started
my musical path, as a member of Cayaguanca, a traditional folk ensemble.
then studied music at the national university.

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Naci, como dice Mejia godoy,
'entre los cerros" en un cacerio llamado el Alto,
en El Salvador, en una casa de adobe que mi padre construyo
y que tambien fue casa de muchos otros.
 
Mi papa, un apasionado de la musica, compositor empirico,

mi mama cantora de pueblo alla en los cerros del alto. 
En busca de mejores condiciones de vida 
viajamos a la capital y ahi empezaba un nuevo capitulo.
despues por motivos politicos tuvimos que exiliarnos
en Costa Rica y fue aqui donde empezo a despertar
la musa que me ha venido susurrando hasta el dia de hoy.
Esto es algo de mi trayectoria.
Costa Rica/Canada:
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  • Performances as member of Cayaguanca,
  • thru Costa Rica and Panama a traditional music ensemble
  • Guest artist at Harbourfronts ´Ritmo y color´ Toronto
  • Guest artist at ´La casa de los Mejia Godoy´, Nicaragua
  • Galeria ´Huron Azul´, Manicaragua, Cuba
  • Casa del escritor, Manicaragua, Cuba
  • Casa de la cultura, Heredia, Costa Rica
  • Writers & Books, Rochester, New York
  • Universidad Nacional, Costa Rica, music education program.
  • Centenial College: Sound Engineering Prgrm
  • Recording: Pan y Luna (Macayo Project)
Music for Theater:
Composition and selection of music for the play MOAR (play based on the life of Bishop Oscar A. Romero)