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Daniel Oyarzábal

Music and Sound Music and Sound Music and Sound Music and Sound


Organ and harpsichord concertist. Ancient music continuationist. Jazz pianist. arranger


Postgraduate courses in organ, harpsichord and historical instruments at the conservatories of Vienna, The Hague and Amsterdam
Higher degree in the harpsichord and organ specialties with "cum laude" mention in the conservatories of Vitoria-Gasteiz and Bilbao

Career path

With a fundamentally concert career, he has performed concerts in more than 20 countries. He is regular organist and harpsichordist of the National Orchestra of Spain, RTVE and the Community of Madrid.

He has performed as a soloist at the Mariinsky Theater in Saint Petersburg, the Düsseldorf Opernhaus opera house, the Estonia Concert Hall in Tallinn, the Auditorium in Lyon, the Palau de Les Arts Reina Sofía and Palau de la Música in Valencia, the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona, ​​the Teatro Real, the National Music Auditorium in Madrid, the Stiftbasilika of St. Florian in Austria and the cathedrals of Moscow, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Florence, León and Seville, to name a few.

Active studio musician, jazz musician and arranger. Member of La Ritirata, an award-winning group specialized in historical interpretations.

Subjects and workshops

Survey of Classical Music
Culture and Creative Thought

Research lines

Renaissance music, Bach, XNUMXth century and avant-garde. Bebop and Hardbop orchestral arrangements.

Awards, mentions and recognitions

First Prize for Young Composers of Álava
Press Prize at the Injuve Jazz Competition in Ibiza
Second Prize Reading Interconservatory of Austria
First Prize Improvisation International Contest of Rome
Third Prize Nijmegen International Organ Competition

Other merits

Artistic coordinator of the Bach Festival of the National Auditorium

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