Argentinean-born Carlos Franzetti started attending piano classes at an extremely early age. He examined composition after shifting to Mexico in 1970. After graduating from New York’s Juilliard College, Franzetti became a movie director. During the pursuing years, Carlos Franzetti proved helpful alongside Paquito D’Rivera, Joe Farrell, Mercedes Sosa, and Chaka Khan, among various other talented performers, composing the soundtracks for Defeat Street, Misunderstood, as well as the Mambo Kings and organizing for the Boston Pops Orchestra, Carnegie Hall Jazz Music group, as well as the American Symphony Orchestra. In 1997, Carlos Franzetti accomplished a Grammy award for Portraits of Cuba.
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|Gelbard: Historia secreta del último burgués nacional||2006||Documentary|
|Dans le rouge du couchant||2003|
|The Mambo Kings||1992|
|A King and His Movie||1986|
|El encanto del amor prohibido||1974|
|Q & A||1990||conductor and arranger|
|Misunderstood||1984||additional music by / conductor / music arranger / orchestrator|
|Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus||2006||writer: "Marianna"|
|Beat Street||1984||writer: "Tu Cariño Carmen's Theme"|
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