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The Maestro!

Posted by Tessa On May - 14 - 2010

Juan Munoz is a world-renowed violinst who currently lectures in the Rhodes University Music department. Munoz was born and educated in Chile, South America and decided to come to South Africa in search of adventure. His plan was to live in South Africa for two years but 20 years later he is still here. Munoz talks about his passion for music and life!


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