🇻🇪 Daniel Bravo Torres
Began his music studies at the Jose Angel Lamas Music School, in piano, chamber music and composition. He graduated from the National Experimental University of Arts with a degree in Music, with a focus on education. He studied composition with Diana Arismendi at Simón Bolivar University (2014 to 2016), where he also teach Music Fundamentals and XX century music. In addition he has been part of the Antonio Estevez Latin American Chair of Composition with Prof. Juan Carlos Núñez.
His premiered works include: Obra para barítono y piano (Music for Baritone and Piano), La noche y la luz (Night and Light) (a poem by Hanni Ossott), Obra serial para violín y piano (Serial Music for Violin and Piano); Amoa for piccolo and flute, premiered at the Fedora Aleman Hall at the Social Service Center for music and reinterpreted at the International Festival of Flute and Piccolo, at the 2014 Latin American Music Festival, in the Contemporary Caracas Festival; and Iwariwë el dueño del fuego (Iwariwë the owner of fire) a symphonic work premiered at the Jose Feliz Ribas Hall at the Teresa Carreño Theater for the Second Venezuelan Conference for Composers. He was the musical composer in the theatre play Pica Pica.