- A huge range of Latin styles from Mexican to Cuban etc.
Patricio Lara, is a traveler, his music is a mix of flavors and rhythms of the world, through the fusion of latin america & the world, Pato offers a complete experience that invites all cultures to join in this great travel through an environment of reflection, good vibes, sharing from the heart, bringing an atmosphere rich in culture throughout the world, being a faithful representative of his culture.
Born in Sydney, Australia, son of Chilean parents at an early age led him back to his ancestral country, to grow in Chile, and to know his roots.
Singer & self-taught guitarist, developing the legacy he has inherited from his mother alive, has an innate musical talent which from his early 13’s helped him to forge his way forming and participating in countless musical projects & bands from californian punk, reggae, bossa , latino & Anglo rock, Latin American trova, rumba, samba, folklore, jazz & soul.
He has also had appearances in theater, this was how in 2011 he worked in the famous play “Open Couple” of Dario Fo, directed by the Colombian actor Alexander Palacios in Sydney, as well as in 2015 he happened to be the “Tomacito ” from the so typical Chilean musical play ” La pergola de la flores “written by Isidora Aguirre and music by Francisco Flores del Campo, which was directed by the Chilean actress Paulina Johnson in Sydney.
Pato is a “patiperro” (all rounder) , traveling the world, visiting different places from the old Europe, America and Asia has performed as far afield as India, South America, Indonesia, Mexico, Colombia, Australia & Chile. After having released independently his first album “Travesia” in 2012, which includes his first single “Enamorado de la vida”. He is currently finalizing his second album “Raices” to be released in 2016.
On September 19, 2015 he gave the initial kick off to the “Bondi Fonda” in Sydney, (a traditional way to celebrate the independence day in Chile) surpassing all expectations, filled beyond capacity at the already well known bar “Jam Gallery”, with more than 700 Chileans and people from all around the world, positioning itself as one of the best panoramas in Chilean Independence celebrations in Sydney.
“Music is the universal language that allows us to communicate from the heart” In 2013 he received the “Viva Fiesta Award” of the Latin American Festival at Darling Harbour, in recognition to his cultural contribution to the Latino community.
This and more have led Pato, to establish himself as one of the most recognized representatives of the Chilean & Latin American culture in Australia, which is perceived in his original compositions. Between love song to the earth, global, political and contestario consciousness, Pato meets with his charisma and musical signature who have defined him as a composer and representative of a new generation that carries the legacy of music and culture from Latin America and the world.