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William Marx - Dime Corazon

Salsa, Latin American

San Juan
Puerto Rico
United States of America

Band Description

 I'm looking to refresh the salsa scene with romantic songs or songs about love or 'unlove' with the swing that the salsa of the past has. The arrangements and sounds goes the way of , in some ways, put the pop touch in salsa.

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Artist Biography 

Meet Salsa Singer William Marx
Max Rosado Andrades, born in San Juan, Puerto Rico studied singing at the Conservatory of Music under the tutelage of PR Nahyra Perez Artistic Variety Program. In 2001 he debuted with the song "Close every door to me" in the musical "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat."
He holds a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Popular Music of the Interamerican University, Metropolitan Campus. He has the experience and knowledge in composition, piano, percussion, bass, arrangement and joint inter alia under the tutelage of musicians like Ricardo Pons, Ramón Sánchez and Pedro Rivera Toledo among others. He has also played with musicians like Jerry Rivas, Luis Marín, Pedro Pérez, Emilio Reales, Guillermo Calderón and Tommy Villariny among others.
In the prestigious Heineken JazzFest (2007) interpreted the song "Do not get around much anymore" by Duke Ellington. In 2009 he appeared in the Salsa Congress with Villariny Salsa Project with the single "Amigo es un peso en el bolsillo"
He has shared the stage with artists such as Andy Montañez, Ismael Miranda, Roberto Roena and El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico. He has performed background vocals with the likes of Rey Ruiz, Chucho Avellanet and Plena Libre, as well as artists in their beginnings as Fabian and VSP.
Today presents its first production "Permiso de Admision" (2014) for the enjoyment of you.
American Idol (FOX Television)
Live with Regis and Kelly (ABC)
Tenderete (Telemundo/TVE España)
Minuto de Fama (CV24 PR/Miami/NY)
Pégate al Mediodía (WAPA/WAPA América)
Entre Nosotras (WAPA/WAPA América)
Contigo (Puerto Rico TV)
El Show de Eddie Miro (Puerto Rico TV)
Entre ellas….(Tele Oro)
Tu mañana (Univisión PR)
Presentaciones Publicas
Heineken Jazzfest (2007)
Congreso de la Salsa (2009)
Fiestas de la Calle Roosevelt (2009)
Fiestas Patronales de Salinas, Arroyo, Guayama (2009)
Festivales y Carnavales en Mayagüez, Ponce, Sabana Grande (2010)
Encendido de la Navidad en el Capitolio (2003)
Presentaciones de Conciertos del grupo de Variedades Artísticas del Conservatorio de Música de Puerto Rico (2001-2004)
Conciertos y Presentaciones con los conjuntos de Salsa, Bomba y Plena, Big Band, Jazz/Voces de la Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico (2005-2010)
Entre muchos otros
Premios y Distinciones
2009: Outstanding Musicianship, Berklee College of Music (Berklee in PR) Carolina, PR
2008: 4to lugar en competencia de Jazz celebrado en San Juan, PR
2007: Beca estudiantil de 8,000 dólares para estudios en Berklee College of Music
2006: Beca estudiantil de 8,000 dólares para estudios en Berklee College of Music
2004: 1er lugar en Festival Juvenil (San Juan, PR)
2002: 2do lugar en Festival Juvenil (San Juan, PR)
Press Release

The Salsa of William Marx
He talks to your heart with his music
(San Juan, Puerto Rico – November 4, 2013). "Since I was a child, I would stand in front of a mirror and would imagine that I would sing to thousands."
With that great inspiration, there it comes a new voice for the Salsa genre. Dime Corazón is the title of the first single of William Marx. With a strong voice, this singer, teacher and songwriter comes with a refreshing line to contribute to the world-famous salsa style.
"Lots of times, we close ourselves off from the real world and into our own thoughts when a relationship ends, and that issue touchs directly to the people that go through this situation."- says Marx, whose inspiration for singing comes from his parents.
Dime Corazón is a story of heartbreak and reflection, and it will be part of the new album that will be released in january.
"Caminos" will be a tropical music production that will bring two ballads and the participation of Panamenian singer Grettel Garibaldi. This album, produced by Ramón Sanchez (Jerry Rivera, Victor Manuelle) has arrangements of Tommy Villarini, Ito Serrano and a song by Marx himself. This album also counts on invited musicians such as Jesús Alonso (Juan Luis Guerra), Tommy Villarini, Raúl Rosario (Kany García), among other great names in the music industry.
"Caminos represents the variety of topics that goes from love to heartbreak. In life, every path (Camino) is a decision that we take"- affirms Marx
Dime Corazón is a romantic song that needs to be listened quietly for whoever loves to dance salsa.

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