Luis Anselmi is a Venezuelan cuatro performer, pianist and artist based in Toronto, Canada.
With the support of the Latin GRAMMY Cultural Foundation, Luis completed his studies at Holland College School of Performing Arts (Berklee Global Partner) and is currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Music Program at Humber College.
He enjoys fusing the sound of the Venezuelan cuatro in the groups he has co-founded: Song 3 (Venezuelan music and Latin Pop) and The Alkebulan Sound (African and World fusion), among many other projects in jazz, Celtic, and Chinese traditional music.
Luis has also organized, produced and promoted music events in his community (SoPA Music Nights in Prince Edward Island and Beat Makers! in Toronto), assisted music industry associations, and performed on different summer festivals.
Luis hopes to create the first Berklee Global Partner school in Venezuela and to continue working with the Latin GRAMMY Cultural Foundation as an ambassador. In his career, Luis has studied and performed with Edward Ramirez, Daniela Padrón, Gerry Weil, Ricardo Cepeda, Kristhyan Benitez, and Hilario Duran, to name a few.
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