Roberto Perera’s romance with the Paraguayan harp began back in 1964 when the 12-year-old aspiring musician enrolled at the Conservatory of Modern Music in his hometown of Montevideo, Uruguay. His multicultural beginnings no doubt played a part in his decision to embrace the 36-string Paraguayan harp and transform the native Latin American instrument to incorporate the influences of Latin, Pop, Jazz, Brazilian and Afro-Cuban music. The transformation of this humble, handcrafted harp from its folk origins into one of contemporary instrumental music’s most commanding voices has been nothing short of magical.
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|Roberto Perera will be performing at “Esplanade Park-
Downtown Fort Lauderdale” On Saturday, March 15, 2014. 6:30pm
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