Cesar Morales

Cesar Morales

Vice President
Phone (Work):
405-364-3700

Cesar Morales has a diverse and impressive background as a producer of live music and concerts and other international events. He also has academic training in architecture and successful practical experience in venue construction and event logistics. He is bilingual (English and Spanish), and has focused most of his career activities on the Americas.

Cesar began his career in his native Bolivia where, at the early age of sixteen, he supervised a crew of approximately 240, providing logistical support and coordination for the production of the official documentary video of the 1975 Pan American Games. In that year, he was also in charge of the production crew, as well as certain aspects of publicity for the three-day Festival del Tawantinsuyo, which to this day, stands as the largest international music festival ever held in Bolivia.

From 1976 through 1979, Cesar studied architecture at the Catholic University of Cordoba in Argentina, and San Andres University in La Paz, Bolivia. His design projects include several public facilities, including a competitive swimming venue and a state fair.

Cesar moved to the United States in 1982, and for the next 15 years, based his operations primarily out of Norman, Oklahoma, and Bolivia. In 1985, he received his degree in Business Management. His entertainment activities included production of a two-hour radio program, fashion shows, and two TV shows in Bolivia - one a national show and the other a successful La Paz primetime multicultural show, Doble Fondo. He co-produced CD projects involving top Bolivian artists, as well as managed internationally the Fusion Jazz and Andean music group, Altiplano, for nine years, producing U.S. and European tours and a No. 1 CD in Bolivia, Rebeldia de los Condores. Cesar was also a principal developer of a major motorcycle-racing venue in Bolivia, which has been host to the Latin American Championship and other international events. Cesar is well known, highly respected, and has excellent contacts in the entertainment industry.

Cesar's home is in Norman, Oklahoma, where he has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Norman Arts & Humanities Council's Jazz in June Festival. He is married and has two children.

 

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