With the "Magia Latina" project, John is fulfilling a very emotional lifelong dream
- he combines Latin American lifestyle with European classics and
adds a spicy touch of hot-blooded salsa rhythms.
What makes us unique
Enjoy with us your personal musical momentum for your event or
experience your own personal "Dirty Dancing" evening with hot rhythms and professional dance teachers, with whom you can spontaneously get to know and try out the hot beats.
Our Offer for your Guests
Enjoy a relaxed Sunday morning with chilled music in good company and a good coffee
Enjoy a romantic candlelight dinner with classical music in an elegant atmosphere
Get ready for a hot-blooded, exotic dance night - with professional teachers
Bandleader & Trombonist
John was born in the capital of Colombia, Bogotá, where he performed his musical studies for Trombone at the UN Music Conservatorio and played in the Colombian Symphonic Orchestra of the Conservatorio and other Columbian Symphonic Orchestras.
Concerts and Activities
For many years, John was playing internationally in orchestras in Latin America eg. in Brazil and Paraguay.
In addition to his main job in the Orquesta Juvenil de Bogota, John is very experienced in chamber, jazz and salsa music and he has a well-established quartet for classical music and a salsa band, which perform at weddings, anniversaries, birthday- and company-celebrations and dance nights.
John plays solo concerts with a pianist and he teaches the trombone in both children's and adult education.
Javier Bracho, a pianist from Venezuela, began his music studies with Professor Lelia Bolívar in Valle de la Pascua.
He took part in numerous concerts within the orchestra and performed as a soloist under the direction of Maestro Miguel Sánchez.
2016 Bachelor of Music from UNEARTE and 2018 Master of Music from Simón Bolívar University. Soloist on several important stages in Venezuela, Colombia and Mexico.
Special prize of the jury president "Clara Rodríguez" in the international competition "America for all" (2021)
1st prize and best interpretation of the Latin American work of the national piano competition "Silvia Eisenstein" (2016)