Born on August 2, 1994 in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, Luis Sanz began playing the Puerto Rican cuatro at the age of four. His instructor at the time, Francisco “Frankie” Rivera, taught Luis seises, aguilnados, and songs from the composer, Felipe Rosario Goyco known as “Don Felo”, and the master cuatro musician, Ladislao “Ladí” Martinez Otero. As a young boy, Luis displayed a great interest in the folkloric music of Puerto Rico and a talent for performing this music on the cuatro. Throughout his formative years he garnered much recognition, recording his first album, Un legado para la historia, at the age of nine.

Luis’ creative development and talent in improvisation brought him to arranging and composing works for symphony, bands and other groups. He entered the Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico, where he earned a Bachelor of Music Degree in Composition under the tutelage of Professor Alfonso Fuentes. He also completed a Bachelor Degree at Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico with an emphasis in the area of Popular Music and a minor in Education. ... more

Code Name Price
JP5128 Sanz: Conversacion Campesina for Clarinet and Bassoon $13.25
JP2154 Sanz: Conversacion Campesina for Clarinet and Bass Clarinet $13.25