Daniel Reyes Llinas

Instrument: Guitar | Location: Portland

Updated: July 8, 2019

Born: January 5, 1978

Daniel Reyes Llinas began his Musical career at the age of 10 teaching himself how to play the guitar. Later took formal musical training with guitarist Carlos Castilla. He attended the Classical Guitar Program at Andes University in Bogota, Colombia under Carlos Rocca Lynn & Jaime Arias Obregon.

Over the years has taken private instruction, masterclasses and workshops with Tony Geballe, Carlos Alomar, Leo Brouwer, Eduardo Fernandez, Ricardo Cobo, Manuel Barrueco and Nik Bartsch among others. In 2001 He was selected among the ‘Youngest Performer Series” at Luis Angel Arango Music Hall in Bogotá. This performance was broadcast by the HJCK radio station. His composition for solo guitar “Energeia” is featured in the CD compilation of contemporary music, “Ecua”. In NYC Studied Composition with Argentinian grammy awarded pianist and composer Fernando Otero. During 2010 “Bang on a Can” was fellow at Mass MoCa working with Evan Ziporyn, Mark Stewart and David Lang among others.

From 2004-2016 Daniel was attending Guitar Craft residential seminaries directed by the British Guitarist Robert Fripp. Touring USA with Robert Fripp and The Orchestra of Crafty Guitarists and Argentina with The League of Crafty Guitarists and Germany with the Berlin Guitar Ensemble. He is also featured on Patrick Grant's “Tilted Axes” music for mobile electric guitars album

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”Reyes Llinas and Ianes played guitars like zen masters” Brooklyn Rail.
Primary Instrument

Guitar

Location

Portland

Willing to teach

Beginner to advanced

Credentials/Background

-Classical Guitar -New Standard Tuning -Contemporary Repertoire -Extended Techniques -Alternate flat picking Please contact me via inbox for rates.

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