Aníbal Seminario

Aníbal Seminario

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Peruvian native Anibal Marcelo Seminario is a Latin Grammy & Grammy-nominated producer, saxophonist, composer, arranger, and educator. Studying on a full scholarship, he earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Jazz Performance at California State University, Long Beach. Since graduating from CSULB, Anibal works in the greater Los Angeles area as a recording artist, arranger, and producer. Seminario’s release “Tradiciones” received two Latin Grammy and a Grammy nomination. His latest album “Cuadra 11” features a wonderful mix between Peruvian sonorities and Jazz music. As a touring artist, Anibal has performed with Googoosh, Eva Ayllón, and Alex Acuña in numerous countries including the United States, Chile, Peru, the United Arab Emirates, Sweden, Canada, Turkey, Armenia, Georgia, Cyprus, Kuwait, Germany, Holland, and Mexico. Seminario is currently the music director for prestigious Iranian singer Faramarz Aslani. Anibal has also performed with world-class artists including Nestor Torres, Ramon Stagnaro, Andrea Bocelli, Omid, Streetlight Manifesto, Martik, Jerry Rivera, Gilberto Santa Rosa, James Morrison, and others. As a member of Alex Acuña’s Latin jazz band, 7’ven Bien, Seminario has been heard playing in Los Angeles and at the world-renowned Smithsonian Festival in Washington, DC. Seminario is the arranger and music director for the musical “Dances of Peru,” a show that unites elements of Peruvian folklore, dance, acting and live music. He arranges all the music, conducts a 12-piece live band and plays several woodwind instruments. He is also an active arranger for the Peruvian community having written several commissions for high schools in Peru and Cultural Organizations such as Pro Jazz, Colegio Humboldt and others. Additionally, Anibal remains an active educator in his homeland city of Lima, Peru. He has given free master classes, clinics and lectures at several institutions, such as the National Conservatory of Music, the National Air Force Band, Tempo School of Music, Pro Jazz, Colegio Santísimo Nombre De Jesús, and Colegio Alexander von Humboldt. Anibal Seminario is an endorsed artist with Eastman Winds (saxophone) and Backun Musical Services (clarinet).


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