iciHaiti - Obituary : Sympathies to the guitarist composer Hans Peters Joseph
"The name of Hans Peters appears in the gallery of creators who care about quality music, both melodically, lyrically, and harmonically.
We will always remember the American Airlines contest of the post 86 period and we will not cease to be grateful to Hans Peters for his favorite song 'Lavi se yon eskalye'.
He is a great, wise and discreet musician who this week has chosen to take the last step of the staircase of life ...
Minister Henriquez expresses his sympathies to his family, his relatives as well as his fans and all those who are distressed by this departure.
Sympathy to all our musicians.
Have a nice trip to you, Hans Peters.
Pradel Henriquez, Minister"
Learn more about Joseph Hans Peters :
Born in Port-au-Prince on March 18, 1960, Hans Peters became at the age of 6 a soloist in the choir of Saint-Louis de Gonzague, where he developed his first contacts with music.
At 15, he learned the guitar with his teachers and mentors, Amos COULANGES and Clifford Pigniat. Over time, he will become a career musician known for his membership in Jazz.
It deeply marks the musical production of the 70s and 80s with another hit: "Ban mwen lanmou", interpreted by our Diva Emeline Michel and so many other hits like: "Telefone'm", "Zòn anwo" etc...
He collaborates with other great musicians of his generation such as Raoul Denis, Joël and Mushy Widmaier, Claude Marcelin, without forgetting, the undeniable contribution of the music critic, Ralph Boncy, to the development of his career.