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Yoham Ortiz

Yoham Ortiz

29.01.2011

Yoham Ortiz

Published in Artist Biographies

With the release of the self titled album Yoham Ortiz Concept, Yoham "Chiqui" Ortiz translates a life lived among many cultures into music.  An accomplished producer/arranger/composer and multi-instrumentalist, Yoham’s work is featured in film, television and theatre, as well as various multi-media outlets.  His talent, skill and passion account for his frequent commissions to perform for both live and in studio sessions around the world.

Born on November 16 in New York City o …

Composer/Producer/Musician Yoham "Chiqui" Ortiz announces the release party for the debut CD of his trio, Yoham Ortiz Concept.  The release party will be held on Thursday August 20th 2009 - 7 p.m. at Pier 40 in Manhattan aboard the Steamboat LILAC - as featured in The New York Times as one of the city’s hottest nontraditional venues.  With a live performances beginning at sunset (8 p.m.), against the backdrop of the Hudson River and the New York City skyline, the ever docked steamboat will fe