Mexico, Aguascalientes Aguascalientes Violin
Daniel Romo Gudiño, born in Mexico City. He began studying the violin at the age of 13, when in 2012 the "Esperanza Azteca" project arrived in Aguascalientes. In 2016 he will continue his formal study of music when he enters the Bachelor of Music at the Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes (UAA), from which he is now a graduate.
For three years, he had the opportunity to take Chamber Music classes with maestro Jorge Orlando Espinosa Roque (Cuba), a member of the “José White” string quartet.
As a student, he has had the chance to take Masterclasses with Orlando Espinosa, Silvia Santa María Guerrero, Cecilia García, Sergio Absalón Carrillo and violist Christine Vlajk, a member of the “Penderecki” string quartet.
Throughout his musical career, he has shared the stage with internationally renowned musicians, such as Yo-yo Ma, Carlos Miguel Prieto, Eleanor Weingartner, Alexander Freund, among others.
Similarly, he has participated in various national and international courses and competitions within the musical field. In 2016, he was part of the "Esperanza Azteca Nacional" Orchestra, which had Yo-Yo Ma and Carlos Miguel Prieto as guest musicians.
In 2020, he participated in the “International Orchestra Auditions Awards” organized by the Samnium University of Music in Italy, where he obtained a rating of 77/100 that allowed him to reach the 3rd place positions. Likewise, that same year he was part of the intensive course for string quartets "Nuestra América 2020”.
In 2021, he was accepted to participate in the 2nd edition of “Sinfonietta” at the Morelia International Music Festival, which took place in mid-2021. Recently, in August 2021, he participated in the "Charlestone International Americas Music Competition", where he was the winner of the 3rd place in his category.
He currently works as concertmaster of the UAA Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as an extra member of the Aguascalientes Symphony Orchestra.