Eduardo Araica

Guitarist, songwriter, producer

+505 8633 1839



Recordings, musicalization of films, musical arrangements and instrumentation for songs, editing and audio mastering.


Ten different proposals for concerts and musical events, music for weddings, religious music, different musical genres at home, bands, audio systems and lights.


Classical guitar, jazz, flamenco and accompaniment classes for all kinds of songs for beginners, beginners and advanced face-to-face and online.

About me

Eduardo Araica. Managua, Nicaragua, 1965. Composer Musician, Guitarist. Between 1984 and 1986 he studied music at the National Conservatory of Music, in the city of Managua. Between 1986 and 1991 he studied Composition and Classical Guitar at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory and the Gnesinix Musical Institute in Moscow, Russia. In 1992 he received a scholarship from the French government to pursue postgraduate studies at the Higher School of Music in Paris with the famous Spanish guitarist Alberto Ponce. Subsequently, he has participated in courses and Master Classes, with different guitarists and composers, including Baltazar Benítez and Jorge Cardoso in Costa Rica; and in Paris, with the founder of the prestigious Julliard Quartet, Rafael Hiller. He has also received, on several occasions, Flamenco Guitar classes in Seville, Spain. Since 1989 he has offered recitals as Solo Guitarist in Moscow and Riga, highlighting his interpretation of Joaquín Rodrigo’s Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra of Aranjuez, in Bratislava, Slovakia, and recitals with original music for solo guitar at the National Theater of San José, Costa Rica. , and at the National Theater in Managua, Nicaragua. It is worth mentioning his outstanding participation as a guest soloist, within the framework of the International Guitar Festival of Panama, in 2000. In 1991 he was invited by the Nicaraguan singer Norma Helena Gadea to form a Duo (voice and guitar) that for 25 years has toured numerous countries in Europe, Latin America and North America giving recitals of trova and Nicaraguan music in innumerable theaters and concert halls, having also shared the stage with distinguished international performers, including Facundo Cabral and Mercedes Sosa. In 1992 he founded the Flamenco Jazz Fusion musical group “Staccato”, which he directs to this day, and with which he tries to fuse Flamenco Guitar with Latin Rhythms such as Bossa Nova. In 2002 he founded the First International Classical Guitar Festival “Heart of America” ​​in Nicaragua. In 2007 he is invited by the Afro-Asian Institute of Graz, Austria, to give several concerts with the Berndt Luef Quartet. In 2008 he gave four concerts with the Dutch pianist and jazz player Mike del Ferro as part of his Latin American tour.

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