Daniel has performed at a wide variety of venues and events such as hotels, museums, weddings, festivals, art galleries, private events, corporate events, bars, clubs, restaurants, universities, churches, arenas, radio stations and television. He can perform solo pieces accompanied by musicians and or with studio tracks. His style is gutsy, genre transcending modern yet classic and adequate for people of all ages and backgrounds.
Found Daniel through gigsalad.com website approximately six (6) months prior to the event. After an email confirmation following a review of his Spanish /Flamenco guitar music repertoire , I proceeded to hire Daniel for three hours.
He was punctual after confirming a few days prior to the event his commitment. The music was exactly what we requested which complemented the venue and ambience like a “ring on a finger”.
I could not have been more pleased with Daniel’s willingness to accommodate his repertoire to the venue.
We provided Daniel a full meal and drinks during his ten minutes breaks between three 50 minute playing sessions as he was our guest for the night as well.
Daniel, as I said to you at the end of the dinner, THANK YOU FOR YOUR PROFESSIONALISM AND SERVICE!
Price Range: $200-1000
Languages: English, Spanish
Phone Number: Call
What to Expect
All flavors and styles of nylon string Spanish guitar including Classical, Bossa, Flamenco, Latin, Jazz, a very classy yet flavor full funky sound adequate for all kinds of people of all ages.
Daniel's passion for the arts began early in his life around the age of 5. Daniel later moved to Atlanta Georgia where he was introduced to Blues, Jazz, Classical, Flamenco and Latin music which have all become influential in Daniel's compositions and performances.
He has performed in various events/ venues, such as Van Gogh (High Museum), Radio, The Gwinnett Arena and has
also been on National TV. After attending Atl. Institute of Music he discovered a love for the "gypsy" sound characterized by complex finger style playing.
Influences & Inspiration
Paco De Lucia, Jose Feliciano, Francisco Tarrega, Carlos Santana.
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