MUSIC IN 2FLAVORS

MUSIC IN 2FLAVORS

is creating Interviews with musicians, luthiers, musicologist.

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I was born and raised all over Puerto Rico’s Metropolitan Area, moving much like a gypsy would do. I loved music since I was a kid. I remember listening to the radio and playing some Latin American music from the 1950s and 1960s in my childhood record player and singing along to these records. While in school, I was influenced by an array of music flavors that helped me shape my taste for different genres; I listened from Salsa, Classical music, and Rock. This exposure to music diversity in an all-boys school allowed me to enjoy and understand different rhythms.

During my teen years, I had the opportunity to meet different people that experienced the boom of the 1960s and 1970s music; all this happened while New Wave was exploding our radio waves. I realized then I was a late bloomer when I listened to progressive rock.

In 2006, I visited Argentina and that opened a new window of possibilities to broaden my music appreciation. I began to listen to Tangos, Milongas and Jorge Cafrune. While living in one of the best cities in the Northeast Corridor, Philadelphia, Fortune decided to pay me a visit. I witnessed and experienced a city full of musicians and a variety of rhythms that I had never experienced before. At the same time, my wife insisted me on taking guitar lessons again. On one of my countless errands around Philly, I visited Philadelphia Classic Guitar Store at Samson Street and I was captivated by all the guitars displayed at this store. I promised myself that after finishing our move to New York, I would enroll in a guitar class.

Since 2014, Daniel Moreno took me under his wings and built a strong foundation on my guitar skills, especially on sight-reading. He taught me how to embrace baroque and renaissance music on guitar. Currently, Fortune gave me a push after we moved to the DC area; I met Magdalena Duhagon, a skillful guitar professor who has worked to perfect and correct my guitar skills and took me to the next level. Under her guidance, my passion for music and its history has substantially increased my curiosity. That was the moment when this Podcast came to life.
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Street Performer
$1 or more per month

As a music podcast advocate, I believe in the power of music. With your support, I will be able to achieve one of my goals: strengthen music advocacy. As a new patreon, I will thank you on my episode as many times as needed at the end of each episode.

Bluegrass
$2 or more per month
  • Sticker (only one time);
  • Access to our uncut and unedited episodes.
Americana/Folk Music
$15 or more per month
  • CD of one our guests every month;
  • Sticker (one time of course, I do not want you to flood your mailbox);
  • Access to our uncut/unedited episode.
Classical Music
$35 or more per month
  • Autographed CD by one of our guests;
  • Sticker;
  • Personalized Thank You Note;
  • Access to our uncut/unedited episode.


Orchestra Director
$50 or more per month
  • Autographed CD by one of our guests;
  • Sticker;
  • Personalized Thank You Note;
  • Access to our uncut/unedited episode;
  • Coffee Mug.
I was born and raised all over Puerto Rico’s Metropolitan Area, moving much like a gypsy would do. I loved music since I was a kid. I remember listening to the radio and playing some Latin American music from the 1950s and 1960s in my childhood record player and singing along to these records. While in school, I was influenced by an array of music flavors that helped me shape my taste for different genres; I listened from Salsa, Classical music, and Rock. This exposure to music diversity in an all-boys school allowed me to enjoy and understand different rhythms.

During my teen years, I had the opportunity to meet different people that experienced the boom of the 1960s and 1970s music; all this happened while New Wave was exploding our radio waves. I realized then I was a late bloomer when I listened to progressive rock.

In 2006, I visited Argentina and that opened a new window of possibilities to broaden my music appreciation. I began to listen to Tangos, Milongas and Jorge Cafrune. While living in one of the best cities in the Northeast Corridor, Philadelphia, Fortune decided to pay me a visit. I witnessed and experienced a city full of musicians and a variety of rhythms that I had never experienced before. At the same time, my wife insisted me on taking guitar lessons again. On one of my countless errands around Philly, I visited Philadelphia Classic Guitar Store at Samson Street and I was captivated by all the guitars displayed at this store. I promised myself that after finishing our move to New York, I would enroll in a guitar class.

Since 2014, Daniel Moreno took me under his wings and built a strong foundation on my guitar skills, especially on sight-reading. He taught me how to embrace baroque and renaissance music on guitar. Currently, Fortune gave me a push after we moved to the DC area; I met Magdalena Duhagon, a skillful guitar professor who has worked to perfect and correct my guitar skills and took me to the next level. Under her guidance, my passion for music and its history has substantially increased my curiosity. That was the moment when this Podcast came to life.

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Street Performer
$1 or more per month

As a music podcast advocate, I believe in the power of music. With your support, I will be able to achieve one of my goals: strengthen music advocacy. As a new patreon, I will thank you on my episode as many times as needed at the end of each episode.

Bluegrass
$2 or more per month
  • Sticker (only one time);
  • Access to our uncut and unedited episodes.
Americana/Folk Music
$15 or more per month
  • CD of one our guests every month;
  • Sticker (one time of course, I do not want you to flood your mailbox);
  • Access to our uncut/unedited episode.
Classical Music
$35 or more per month
  • Autographed CD by one of our guests;
  • Sticker;
  • Personalized Thank You Note;
  • Access to our uncut/unedited episode.


Orchestra Director
$50 or more per month
  • Autographed CD by one of our guests;
  • Sticker;
  • Personalized Thank You Note;
  • Access to our uncut/unedited episode;
  • Coffee Mug.