Daniel Gazmuri, Chilean professional bassist, composer and educator, graduated from the Projazz Institute (Chile). While he was studying, he participated for 4 years in the faculty of the Projazz Institute, doing classes in Music Theory and Ensemble. In addition, he collaborated as an assistant in the diploma and specialization programs in the subject of Electric Bass. He has made multiple trips to continue his musical training with renowned teachers, such us:
Brisbane, Australia, research internship on the impact of music education on academic results of public schools, composer guide professor Dr. Gerardo Dirie (head of music studies Griffith Univesity).
Varanasi, India, private studies of Indian flute (Bansuri) with the teacher Chandra Kant Prasad.
Santos, Brazil, private bossa nova studies with the outstanding bassist and multi-instrumentalist Thiago Espirito Santos.
Daniel has participated in several musical and educational projects with outstanding musicians such as: Oscar Stagnaro (Peru), Louise Denson (Canada), Bruce Woodward (Australia) and Mauricio Rodríguez (Chile), in addition to being co-founder from the bands Angela Trío, La Trampa, Amaranto and the group Paloma Negra, with whom they won the SCD "Margot Loyola award for root music" (2017, Chile). He is currently working on his first album as a composer called "Camino" which is about to be released.
In 2019, he was part as an exhibitor at "Namm Show" in Los Angeles California together with the Quintay Straps brand. On the other hand, Daniel is the creator of the community ¨La Biblioteca del Bajista¨ with more than 25 thousand members scattered throughout Latin America. Daniel is an artist of prestigious chilean and international brands, such as: Analysis Plus, Singular Sound and Quintay Straps.