Carmen
		
		Sandim

Carmen
Sandim

Adjunct Faculty
School of the Arts
Carmen Sandim began playing piano as a young child. A native of Brazil, she performed with the State Youth Symphony and won national competitions in Brazilian jazz and classical piano by age seventeen. In 2000 she graduated from Berklee College of Music and moved to Washington D.C., where she was employed as a composer for radio and television, won several awards for her compositional excellence and started her own music production company. Currently living in Boulder, Carmen is a performer and music educator; she teaches piano and composition lessons at her home studio, as well classes at C.U., Naropa University and Metropolitan State College of Denver. Carmen holds a Bachelor's in film scoring, a Master's in jazz performance and pedagogy.

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