Musicians HK

Floro Percussion

Floro Percussion

Floro Percussion

Floro Percussion

Floro Drums- Performers HK
Tired of traditional drumming? Our floro drums are perfect for you event, delivering rhythm and excitement to your guests. Performers HK is an entertainment agency established in 2007 providing only the highest quality entertainment solutions. Over 300 videos of acts we represent based in but not limited to Hong Kong. Company website - www.performers.hk Booking inquiry - info@performers.hk
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Samba drumming- Performers HK
Hire Samba drumming team in Hong Kong. Best music for your next event. Peformers HK with the all new drumming act for Brazilian themed events. Samba drums with 8 drummers in Shanghai. Profile - http://www.performers.hk/pf.php?Musicians=0085713#/0 Performers HK Ltd. Website - https://www.performers.hk , http://musicians.hk/ Contact - info@performers.hk Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/performershk Office - 852 2241 4311 Fax - 852 3580 0635 Performers HK is an entertainment agency established in 2007 providing only the highest quality entertainment solutions. Over 500 videos of acts we represent based in but not limited to Hong Kong.
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About

At the University of the Philippines, Floro studied Afro-Cuban, Caribbean, Brazilian and African music and rhythms. He performed at the 3rd Manila Jazz Festival, and at the 2005 World Expo in Nagoya, Japan. He has been a member of the Jewelmer Jazz Band and the University of the Philippines Afro-Latin Jazz Ensemble, and In 2013 was invited to a master class with renowned jazz flautist Magnus Lindgren. A latin and jazz bandleader since 2005, he currently leads two groups in Hong Kong: Banda Orbita, an Afro-Cuban jazz ensemble; and Salvaje, http://salvajehk.wordpress.com/ ​​a Brazilian batucada group. Banda Orbita is building a dedicated following from music-lovers attracted to the authentic and passionate playing of the band, whilst Salvaje is also creating a stir in the city, having performed with Brazilian maestro Joao and his trio at the first FreeSpace Festival in West Kowloon Cultural District. This performance was featured on RTHK’s ‘The Works’.