No, not the inevitable one hit wonders responsible for that catchy bound-for-adverts tune 'Jerk It Out'. Cesar is one Argentinean guitar sensation, with the sole ambition of changing people's lives.

by Lucie Walker, Music reporter.  

Argentine-born CESAR garnered media attention recently when his recent CD release "W orlds of Change" on Darque Records featured the vocals of ex-American Idol finalist Mario Vasquez who left prematurely under much speculation. CESAR, who was a McDonald's worker at Los Angeles International Airport when he came to the USA, met many soldiers coming and going when he penned his hit song "Soldier of Glory." The song got the attention of the late Bob Hope's widow Delores and daughter Linda, who invited CESAR to headline at the re-dedication ceremony of the Bob Hope Hollywood USO at Los Angeles International Airport. CESAR has performed around the world with such notables as the London Philharmonic, Al Di Meola and while in his youth, Frank Sinatra.

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Like a supercharged twist on the legendary USO tours of old, charismatic pop/rock guitar sensation Cesar is revving his amps and gearing up to rock our troops! The acclaimed musician—hailed by some critics as “The Next Santana”--is set to spend May sharing his blistering blend of dance/pop/R&B grooves and brilliant solos with thousands of soldiers from the U.S. and throughout the world in Iraq and later in six other countries throughout the Middle East and Northern Africa. Dubbed “The Gratitude Tour,” the two hour extravaganza is slated to include many unforgettable musical moments, dancers, and a touch of home for the soldiers so far away from their loved ones. The centerpiece of the Argentinean born musician’s show—and sure to become one of the great inspirational classics of all time—is his explosive career launching hit “Soldier of Glory,” a song which poignantly portrays a soldier in battle on the field, thinking longingly of a loved one and hoping for a letter from home.

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My Scientific and Music Journey, Paco de Lucia, and Facing World Challenges

CESAR has written books and lectured in the field of environmental science, courageously confronts the immense challenges of alleviating climate change and takes the initiative to layout an agenda that calls for action in the rapidly changing landscape of our global climate. Moreover, as an artist, fusing instrumental talent, technical precision and masterful music production recorded and produced an impressive back catalog. From up-tempo tunes to more mellow tracks and marvelous melodies, check out his virtuoso guitar he has recorded over the years.

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Intellectual and Spiritual Balance in Music 

After taking a short break from music, CESAR returned to the music scene fiercer and more committed than ever. The new album, called "Guitarra", is currently in production. Cesar is recording a full classical guitar and symphonic orchestra concerto in addition to 10 songs that fusion different styles of music from jazz, rumba-flamenco, classical music, bolero, contemporary tango, and a melodic and furious guitar technical ability that amalgamate unbelievable speed and mastery of the six strings instrument.

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Inspire, Lead, and Empower Change 

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Inspire, Lead, and Empower Change

They say music is the language of the soul. It’s certainly true for CESAR. Since entering the bizz as a young 18 years old guitarist, he recorded and toured in four continents and has been praised by the great flamenco master guitarist Paco de Lucia , Grammy award winner, Bebu Silvetti, and more. A renaissance man with an unique vision for the arts and sciences.  Find out more below.

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Introducing CESAR

Stories in Sound

A modern-era polymath, Cesar Marolla, also known as "Cesar Maroll" or simply "CESAR" is an environmental science leader, strategist, guitar virtuoso, composer, martial artist, published author, and lecturer.

 Since he was 9 years old, he became an accomplished guitarist and his refined technical ability in classical music, jazz, latin rhythms and modern elements took him to travel the world recording and performing with major international artists in Europe, North and South America, Middle East, and North-east Africa, such as Frank Sinatra, Grammy winner Bebu Silvetti, and opening for world-renowned jazz guitar master Al Di Meola. He also released two music albums and considered by many media outlets and experts as a virtuoso guitarist, entering the Beethoven Conservatory of Buenos Aires and obtains the diploma of the superior teacher of guitar at the very early age of seventeen. Also study theory, harmony, and composition, in addition to receiving four years of "jazz" lessons with prominent jazz master Walter Malosetti. By the age of sixteen Marolla was already considered a prodigy of the instrument with his name later included in the 2004 Guitar Encyclopedia written by prominent musicologist, guitarist, pedagogue, and composer Francisco Herrera.

A music prodigy since an early age and accomplished martial artist with a black belt in Shaolin Kung-Fu, Cesar has not stopped in pursuing other interests. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science from Columbia College, and a Master's degree from Harvard University and published his thesis: Climate Change Impacts on Health: The Urban Poor in the World's Megacities, he embarked on international talks in prestigious conferences such as United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change: Conference of the Parties, Harvard Global Health Institute,  and the University of Miami Climate and Health Symposiums just to mention a few, among prominent world leaders in climate change, and public health.
Cesar’s knowledge spans a significant number of topics, and he is renowned to draw on complex bodies of knowledge to solve global issues affecting today’s society.  Marolla built frameworks and pragmatic solutions using risk management and risk mechanism design models to develop and implement policies, and policy solutions to achieve social, and economic equality and environmental protection for sustainable development.

Cesar Marolla is the recipient of the 2013 Harvard University Derek Bok Civic Prize Award that recognizes creative initiatives in community service and long-standing records of civic achievement. He also received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Pentagon for his volunteerism supporting US troops in the Middle East and Northeast Africa under the umbrella of the Global War on Terror (GWOT). Moreover, he received a “Military Coin,” which is given as a token of affiliation, support, patronage, respect, honor, and gratitude, and presented by the Camp Victory Commander in Kuwait, Lieutenant Colonel Lawrence J. Smith.


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My Published Books

The book raises awareness and provides solutions to achieve sustainability and resiliency through the application of thoughtful strategies.

Kurt J. Engemann, Ph.D.

Climate Health Risks in Megacities: Sustainable Management and Strategic Planning. Taylor and Francis Publishing@2016

 by Cesar Marolla, ALM'13 Harvard          University

  

Climate Health Risks in Megacities: Sustainable Management and Strategic Planning courageously confronts the immense challenges of alleviating climate change and takes the initiative to layout an agenda that calls for action in the rapidly changing landscape of our global climate. This guide provides a constructive methodology for developing and implementing risk management and operational continuity management systems to climate change effects on urban populations. It addresses key issues such as physical location, proper sanitation, food security and vector-borne diseases against the backdrop of climate change, and then model its effect on the urban dwellers. The author also reveals the benefits of implementing a unique risk management approach to combat global threats and focuses on building urban resilience in the face of disasters. Prepared with a comprehensive and forward-thinking style, this book draws on indispensable case studies in key megacities like New York, Los Angeles, Beijing, Rio de Janeiro, London, Mumbai, and Lagos, and links researchers, scientists, city's mayors, environmentalists, policy-makers and world leaders from central areas to review, reflect, and expound on future directions.

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"This volume provides the reader with a rich and thorough perspective on the impact of climate change while incorporating the voices of experts in the field. Mr. Cesar Marolla was able to identify numerous health risks implicated by climate change, including both physical and psychological challenges. Sustainable solutions and strategies for building resilient communities are later discussed. Importantly, Climate Health Risks in Megacities provokes readers to consider the pragmatic and actionable risk management strategies and inspire change, and the concepts are applied to present day megacities through case studies and innovative research. Yuval Neria, PhD - Professor of Medical Psychology at the Departments of Psychiatry and Epidemiology at Columbia University Medical Center, and Director of Trauma and PTSD Program."

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Climate Health Risks in Megacities
Sustainable Management and Strategic Planning

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