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What's Hot in NYC: Prof. Edward Alvarado PDF Print E-mail
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Written by eEyeCam   
Monday, 10 August 2009 17:18

As seen at Times Square Station, Professor Edward Alvarado, 79, performs at the New York City's subway statations 4 days a week under Arts of Transit program which was deviced by NYC. He came to the United States from Ecuador in 1994. Ever since he arrived in NYC, he has been living here going back to his native country only once that is for 4 days. Graduated in Music from Music Consevatory of Viena, Austria, Prof. Alvarado is the ex-Director of the Symphony Orchestra in Guayaquil, Equador.

He plays Piano, Guitar, Keyboard, Acordeon etc. He has published 5 munic albums. One city newspaper called him the Best Subway Performer of the Year but he forgot when. He lives with his wife, Eti, 62; 2 sons and 2 daughters in NYC. NYC has more than 40 accredited (after passing out audition) performers under Arts of Transit. The performers has to apply for rescheduling venue, date and time in every week.
Want to see Prof. Alvarodo performed for you? Visit at: every Monday 6-10 pm at Times Square Station, Wednesday 7-10 pm at 34 St. Station (Near Macy's Store), Saturday 4-7 pm at 74 St. Roosevelt Ave. Station in Queens, and Sunday 4-9 at 59th St. Columbus Circle in NYC. 







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