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Bernard Serrão

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Bernard Serrão PhotoBernard Serrão
Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
IndustryMusic Production
TitlePresident - Serrão Digital Music (Home Recording Studio)
ExpertiseMr. Bernard Serrão was born in Georgetown, British Guiana, South America, and migrated to Canada in 1962. Bernard, Bing (Stan) and Maurice are three Serrão brothers, the last of nine siblings, their ages spanning about five years. This age difference perhaps explains the extensive repertoire of music which they play and is perhaps the main reason why the band has survived for so many years. Even more remarkable, is the fact that they are brothers of simple, wonderful, not very well off parents. Their parents were Augustus (Gush) and Julia Serrão, who taught them to be respectful and decent. They opened a home recording studio on January 2001, but they have been playing together for over 65 years. Bernard also has over 40 years experience in business and credit management. Bing Serrão and The Ramblers are available for Weddings, Corporate Events, Private Parties, Special Occasions, Birthdays and Anniversaries. The Ramblers last gig was at the G.F.C. Old Years (New Year’s Eve) Night dance, December 31st.1962. In 1964 Bing and Maurice left Guyana to reside in Toronto, Canada. One week after they arrived in Toronto The Ramblers were re-established and played at a charity fundraiser organized by Harold Stevenson and Claude Vasconcellos. Their name has changed and are known as Bing Serrão and The Ramblers. Now, in the year 2015, they are still performing and playing at dances and private parties, and at night spots and Caribbean restaurants in and around Toronto.
Websitehttp://www.bingserraoandtheramblers.com
Websitehttp://www.bingserraoandtheramblers.com/mobile
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