Daniel Gómez Asensio
Daniel Gómez Asensio is an honours graduated in the specialties of Orchestral conducting, in Choir, Oboe, Musical Education and holds a Masters’ degree in Cultural Management.
He is the founder conductor of the “José Perpiñán” Orchestra of Segorbe, conductor of the “Santa Cecilia” Music Band of Onda and of the Musical Group of the Palancia. He has been conductor at the Federal Orchestra of the Valencian Community, at the Philharmonic Orchestra of the University of Valencia and also of the Union of Carlet Music Band.
He has been the winner of the 10th edition of the “José Ferríz” International Conducting Contest, qualified for the 10th edition of the Cadaqués International Conducting Contest, finalist in the 4th edition of the Orchestra of Cordoba Conducting Contest, winer in the cathegory of best conductor in the 68th edition of the Cullera National Contest, and has won 2 first prizes with Honor’s Mention in some Music Band Contests.
He has expanded his studies in the field of orchestral conducting with teachers such as Benjamin Zander, Yaron Traub, Achim Hollub, Cristóbal Soler, Enrique García Asensio, Juan Luis Martínez or Rafael Sanz Espert, in addition to receiving Master Classes from Omer Meir Wellber, Marco Guidarini , Plácido Domingo and Ottavio Dantone, among others.
In his facet as a teacher he is Professor of Orchestra Conducting at the High Conservatory of Music “Óscar Esplá” in Alicante. He has been Professor in the specialties of Orchestral Repertory and Musical Management at the High Conservatories of Music in Valencia and Castellón, and as Oboe’s lecturer at the Professional Conservatories of Music in Valencia, Castellón, Alcañíz and Huesca, in addition to be part of the faculty of teachers in Music Schools and various summer courses. He also has taught Conducting Masterclasses in Onda (Castellón) and Cajicá (Colombia).
He has different publications and books in the field of Musical Management. As an instrumentalist he has been a founding member of the “Giocundum Wind Quintet”, and lead oboist in numerous orchestras and ensembles.
He got the Silver Medal of Segorbe for his work in the development of music and culture.