Ulises Pineda

FLUTES OF THE ANDES is a musical program created by Ulises Pineda to showcase the most prominent flutes and sounds of the Andean cultures in South America, such as the Incas and Aymaras. Ulises provides live performances and showcases for educational, community and private events. ULISES PINEDA is a Chilean born flute player/composer who specializes in the indigenous flutes of the Andes. His style combines the sounds of ancient civilizations of the Andes with contemporary arrangements. During his early musical career, Ulises toured throughout Europe with the Ballet Nacional de Paraguay as the leading ethnic flute player. SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE: FLORIDA: ASP Kids Program, ASYL Broward County, JCC, Broward Cultural Division’s 2014 Arts Education Convening CALIFORNIA: Assemblies & After School Programs: Pasadena Symphony Association’s TEMPO!, Pasadena Unified School District, Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles Public Library and Los Angeles Music Center Cultural performances: LA County Museum of Art, Natural History Museum L A County, Museum of Latin American Art, The Getty Center Los Angeles, Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts MacArthur Park, Elisabeth Waldo Foundation (MCMAFN), Hollywood Bowl’s Summer Children’s Program Voyage of the Global Harmony, LA Zoo Summer Concerts, Pershing Square, The Aquarium of the Pacific (Long Beach, CA), John Anson Ford Theater, Mendocino Music Festival, CA Universities; UCLA, USC, UCSD, UCSB, UCD, UCR, CSUN, El Camino & Occ

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  1. Hi! This is Ms. Grayson from Driftwood Middle School. You performed at this school last year for Hispanic Heritage month. Are you available to perform for us again this year. I would like to book you for any of the Fridays in September starting September 15th. If interested, could you please call me at 9754)323-3100 or email diane.grayson@browardschools.com. Thank you so much and I look

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