Do It Anyway with Pedro Fortunato

Do It Anyway with Pedro Fortunato

Welcome to a brand new episode of the ¿Quién Tú Eres? podcast, where we explore the conflict we often face between "professionalism" & being our authentic selves. This week's guest is Pedro Fortunato. 


As an American-Dominican born and raised in the melting pot of an environment that is New York City, Pedro Fortunato has been sonically influenced by many styles of music. The genre styles he chooses to interpret range from Bachata to Bolero, Merengue, Afro-Dominican Rhythms & their fusions, as well as hints of Rock, R&B, Jazz & Hip Hop.


With the experimentation of blending genres and pushing the boundaries of certain cultural musical norms, Pedro Fortunato manages to deliver a truly unique sonic experience in a contemporary fashion while highlighting his Dominican roots.


In this week’s episode, Pedro shares how he broke away from the expectations of his family and became a professional musician. Growing up, Pedro knew that he was the oddball of the family. He spent his days playing instruments and dreaming of a career in the music industry. But he knew his family did not approve, so he left home to learn by experience. He joined local Dominican bands and studied in conservatories to hone his craft. Now he’s a Spotify-verified artist with over 40,000 listens across the platform. Listen to hear more about his journey and how he found the courage to perform in front of thousands of fans. 

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