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Juan Sebastian Salinas - Colombia

Juan-Sebastian-SalinasJuan Sebastian Salinas is currently studying social sciences with a focus in political sciences and anthropological studies at the University of the Andes in Bogotá, Colombia.

During his life, Juan Sebastian Salinas has always been involved in music and social sciences. Both are his passions and one of his biggest challenges has been to bring these vocations together and to materialize it through multiple projects. That was how he came about playing in music bands that have always had a political content and producing writings about how social dispositions are influenced and permeated by music.

Juan Sebastian Salinas had the chance to graduate from a High School that stressed the importance of mixing arts and sciences. Another part of the education of this school was the teaching of three languages: Spanish, English and French. With this advantage, Juan has had the chance to travel multiple times to the United States of America. After graduating from High School with knowledge of cultures, art and languages, Juan Sebastian Salinas decided to embark on an adventure, backpacking through Europe and visiting 5 different countries and 9 cities.

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