Manuel Garcia Orozco is a Latin GRAMMY® nominated music producer, composer, and researcher from Colombia. Under his own label, Chaco World Music, he has produced internationally acclaimed albums and collaborations with traditional artists, symphonic orchestras and mainstream acts including Petrona Martinez, Magin Diaz, Carlos Vives, Aterciopelados, Celso Pina, the Colombian National Symphony and Xenia Ghali, among others. Garcia-Orozco has authored two books in Spanish and a digital educational platform entitled Bullerengue Universal. He is the recipient of the Colombian Ministry of Culture’s National Award for Music Research, The Latin GRAMMY® Foundation’s Music Research Grant, and the ASCAP Foundation's Cy Coleman Award. His film music has been featured in international Film Venues including the Cannes Film Festival and major TV networks like Sony Entertainment and MTV Latino. Garcia-Orozco is a Ph.D. student in Ethnomusicology at Columbia University. He holds an M.A. in Film Scoring from NYU and a B.A. in Music Composition from Universidad El Bosque.
Manuel Garcia Orozco
PhD Student in Ethnomusicology
Degrees from Other Institutions:
Music Theory and Composition for Film & Multimedia
Universidad el Bosque