Bio

Simply put, Camilo Landau is a musician with a lifetime of experience under his belt. He began learning the guitar and Cuban tres at the age of twelve from his uncle, Grammy-nominated record producer Greg Landau. By the age of sixteen, Camilo had performed alongside Carlos Santana, and went on to continue his musical studies in Cuba and Nicaragua. Returning to the University of Santa Cruz for his undergraduate studies, he founded post-Latin group Carne Cruda, which remained active for over a decade. Over the years, Camilo has performed alongside such household names as Ozomatli, Los Lobos, Stevie Wonder, and countless others. In 2008, he and Greg Landau founded Round Whirled Records, and the two have dozens of records on their resumes. 

Camilo Landau is a music industry professional and Post-Latin music advocate from the San Francisco Bay Area. He is also an accomplished musician, record producer, concert promoter, and composer. He is the Director of Cultural Programs at Acción Latina and co-founder of Round Whirled Records, Carne Cruda, and the SF Son Jarocho Festival, and was elected to the Board of Governors of the Recording Academy, San Francisco chapter.