Cano Guru

Cano Guru

Cano Guru is a Portuguese musician and music producer. His musical background spans a wide range of genres. His key instrument is the Didgeridoo, a peace-making weapon that he often carries with him on his travels. Cano Guru is a sound explorer who creates his own tracks in his home studio, arranging, recording, and mixing them. Cano Guru also performs as a one-man band, with the Didgeridoo as the conductor of his energy and drums to get you moving. Listening to his music transports you to a place deep inside his soul, where he claims to be the synthesis of all cultures and sounds. Cano Guru's electronic music is very new, with a well-defined melodic and harmonic background and a strong influence of world music. Cano Guru's musical inspiration came from a variety of sources, including several different locations and souls, as well as various forms of art. The songs draw inspiration from World Music, Deep House, Downtempo, Trance, Tecnho, Dub, Reggae, Dance music, Jazz, Hip Hop, Funk, Afro Beat, and other genres.

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Cano Guru

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Tiago Francisquinho aka Cano Guru was born in Portugal in 1986 and is a musician, music producer and teacher of Didgeridoo, a traditional instrument of the Aboriginal people of Australia. He represented Portugal in several music festivals around the world, street art festivals, concert halls, schools, colleges and universities, concert bars, casinos, theaters and coliseums, with more than 1000 presentations throughout the years and several recorded albums. In 2016, he won the contest "Didg2didg" (Didgeridoo Battles), in France, which launched his journey through the International Festival stages of the Didgeridoo. In 2019, he returned to France to be the Jury of "Didge2Didge"#5 and started another tour in Europe. As a musician, he dedicated his life to the study of the Didgeridoo, which he fell in love with around 17 years ago. Tiago studied other musical instruments, having trained in Jazz Trombone, at the JBjazz, in Lisbon. He also took the Sound and Music Creation and Production Course, in the School of Creative Arts Restart. To this training, he adds several years of study with Afro-Latin percussion schools and many months of study in India, namely in Chennai, where he dedicated himself to the study of Konnakol (vocal and percussion technique of Classical Carnatic Music) with the Guru, Sir Ghatam Suresh Vaidyanathan.