Primary Instrument: Guitar
Daniel Miranda introduces you into the amazing and captivating world of the guitar in al his facets. He will let you enjoy the sounds of the authentically Brazilian guitar, which is a guitar with seven or ten strings. He will also show you that Brazilian music is much more that Bosa Nova and Salsa only.
Daniel Miranda has his merits in Brazil, as well as in the United States and Belgium. This because of his virtuosity combined with his refined and sophisticated compositions which are a real pleasure to listen too.
Some of his merits:
1997: RIO TRIO: first full CD Lots of concerts and workshops in Brazil as well as in the United States.
Professor and performing artist on international conferences of the mandolin at San Diego (California) and in Montana with the Montana Mandolin Orchestra: The Bozeman
1999: suite Retratos of Radamés Gnatali with the chamber orchestra of the conservatorium of Brazil
2001 CD in Belgium Rencontre with Frankie Rose (belgo-irish)
2002 professor at the Villa-Lobos school
2003 in a theater at Mons si c'est chanté c'est pas perdu under the direction of Pascal Charpentier (know also from his performances with Christoff). This piece is still playing now. It is also available on CD.
2005-2006: le monde est un village program on RTBF presented by Didier Melon. Daniel Miranda wrote three numbers for the compilation and also played them.
2006 a super solo CD called Bienvenue edited by Igloo
2007: every first Wednesday afternoon of the month Daniel Miranda performs at the Museum of the History of Instruments in Brussels. There he brings mainly Brazilian renaissance music.
As you can see, this artist is a real centipede on the guitar and we can be sure that he will keep on surprising us.
2008:His project calls BRAZIL IN 17 STRINGS was accept by the Belgium culture program calls ART ET VIE. Daniel's performed in many concerts hall's in Belgium.
2009/2010/2011- Played with his Trio in many Countries and recording his new album.
2012: The project Brazil in 17 strings make now officially part of Jeunesses Musicales - French Community education program.
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Willing to teach:
Advanced students only.
he gives workshops of: Advanced Brazilian Guitar