¿Y de que va a vivir?: Juan Andres Ospina at TEDxYouth@GLM





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Published on May 17, 2013

Juan Andrés Ospina is a colombian musician that began his studies in the Pontifician Xaverian University in Bogotá, Colombia. Then, he moved to Barcelona to study classical music in the "Escola D' Angel Soler" and jazz in the "Taller de Musics". He obtained a scholarship to study in Berklee College of music, where he was awarded with the "Jazz Performance Award" and the "Herb Pomeroy Award". He graduated in 2007 with the distinction of "Summa Cum Laude".

In 2009, he published his first album "BBB: Barcelona, Bogotá, Boston". Later on, he began working as a producer and arranger with acknowledged singers and bands. He has performed in very important stages such as Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall, and several festivals in Europe, Japan and Latin America. His music has been interpreted by important groups. Today, he is working in the project "Inténtalo Carito" along with his brother Nicolás Ospina.

In this talk he takes us through the story of his life and with it he questions the idea of what the right path to follow is.

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