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"Javier Rosario has a formidable technique and command of the guitar. He is a highly skilled performer with a bright future ahead of him."

—Dr. Stephen Anderson, D.M.A.

Professor, Composition and Jazz Studies

Director of Jazz Studies at The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

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Community Music Center of Boston

Professional Development Grant 

for Creative Youth Development in alignment with Cultural Inclusion and Social Emotional Development (2022)

Community Music Center of Boston Marilla MacDill Award for Teaching Excellence and Community Service (2021)

Longy School of Music Presidential Scholarship Award (2010) 

Longy School of Music Ambassador Assistantship (2010) 

Longy School of Music Experiential Education Assistantship (2010) 

Berklee College of Music Jazz and Blues Guitar Night (2009) 

First ever Michel Camilo Scholarship to Berklee College of Music (2005) 

When you hear the word Jazz, you might think tradition. When I think of jazz, I think innovative. You could think old-fashioned, when if you open your ears you’ll discover it’s a genre that is trailblazing and constantly reinventing itself. Music and art is all about perspective and without uttering a word, the musicianship of The Javier Rosario Trio speaks louder than any word could. Hailing from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Javier Rosario infuses his world experience in his playing, inviting listeners to rethink any preconceived perceptions and to come along for the ride. Zak and Scott come in as transformative artists in their own right and with Javier have a wonderful synergy that rewards music aficionados and passerbys alike.

—Destiny Cooper, Sofar Boston

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