Ramon Pooser

Ramon Pooser started on violin at 8, switching to bass at 10. In a few years he added electric bass. Performing in a performing arts school opened him to a variety of music. He went on to Berklee College of Music where he performed with the MIT symphony orchestra, including a performance at Carnegie Hall with Eugene Listz. He moved to New York, performing and recording with an eclectic group of musicians and touring Europe. He then moved back to Atlanta, Georgia where he added extensive tours of South and Central America to his resume. He composes music for tv, film, stage, and other genres as diverse as his experiences in a lengthy career.