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Carlos Camacho

Carlos Camacho
Carlos Camacho is professor of percussion and director of the School of Musical Instruments and Voice of the Fine Arts College of the University of Panama. Previously, he taught at Ohio Wesleyan University and the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music preparatory department. Camacho’s works are frequently performed internationally, and often receives commissions from respected performers. Camacho has won two editions of the Roque Cordero National Composition Contest as well as the Fisher Tull Composition Award from Sam Houston State University. Camacho holds a doctoral degree from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, a Masters Degree from Carnegie Mellon University, and an undergraduate degree from Sam Houston State University. His music strongly alludes to Panamanian culture through its focus on chamber music for percussion and other instruments.

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Carlos’s Compositions

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And the Wind Sings Along, by Carlos Camacho
Percussion solo

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Construccion Folclorica Panamena, by Carlos Camacho
Percussion trio.

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Cuando la Caja Repica la Trompeta Suena, by Carlos Camacho
Trumpet and snare drum.

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Espejos, by Carlos Camacho
Alto flute and Tam-tam.

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Kugue kira ni na, by Carlos Camacho
Mixed septet (flute, clarinet, percussion, piano, violin, cello, bass).

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Pi, by Carlos Camacho
Vibraphone and glassware.

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Pitying the Farmers, by Carlos Camacho
Flute and percussion.

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Pulsos, by Carlos Camacho
Unaccompanied clarinet

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Rapsodia Panamena, by Roque Cordero

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