Learn more about my background, music, and awards. In addition to my more than 50 years of experience in musical performance, I have produced original scores for television and performed on radio. I serve on the faculty of Cardinal Stritch University.
October 2000, Emmy® Award from the National Academy for Television Arts & Sciences for original score in the PBS documentary, Indigenous Always.
Since 1985 awarded public recognition certificates from the Drug Enforcement Administration of Chicago, Hispanic Fraternity; the United States Department of Veterans Affairs in Chicago, the National American Red Cross, Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica; Loyola Chapter, Boys & Girls Club; Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Public Schools and the United Community Center in Milwaukee, WI. for contributions to the Hispanic community.
About Peter Baime Flamenco Guitarist
Peter Baime Flamenco Guitarist of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is a true flamenco artist. He has presented live concerts and other performances throughout the world and has more than 50 years of performance experience. He studied flamenco guitar in Madrid and Moron De La Frontera, Spain, with the legendary gypsy guitarists Diego Gastor and Paco Gastor. Peter began my performance career in Chicago in 1965. Since then, has performed extensively throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. In addition, he has performed concerts in Spain, Canada, Italy, and Mexico.
An award-winning artist, he toured as an accompanist with some of the leading flamenco dancers and singers in the United States and has performed in more than 2,500 public schools since 1965. As a contributor to public radio and television broadcasts, Peter has completed eight nationally broadcast documentary film scores for Public Television since 1995. Peter can also provide transcription services for people wishing to learn to play flamenco guitar for themselves.
Peter served as a faculty member of the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music for over 40 years and at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee music department for over 15 years. He still serves on the music faculty of Cardinal Stritch University.