Daniel Gómez Asensio

Daniel Gómez Asensio is an honours graduate in Oboe and in Orchestra Conducting and Oboe from the Joaquín Rodrigo Advanced Music Conservatory of Valencia, in Music Education from the University of Valencia, and holds a Masters’ degree in Cultural Management from the Polytechnic University of Valencia.

He has been an Oboe Professor at the Joaquín Rodrigo Advanced Music Conservatory of Valencia, at the Professional Music Conservatories of Valencia, Alcañiz and Huesca, and has worked as an instructor at various music schools and summer courses. He is a founding member of the Giocundum Wind Quintet, and has been lead oboist in numerous orchestras and groups such as JORVAL, JONDE, OFUV, and the FSMCV band.

As a conductor, he has been the winner the X José Ferriz International Conducting Contest, qualified for the X Cadaqués International Conducting Contest, finalist in the IV Orchestra of Cordoba Conducting Contest and Prize to the best director in the 68th edition of the Cullera National Contest.

He is currently assistant conductor of the FSMCV Orchestra, the conductor of the "Santa Cecilia" Onda Music Band, the conductor of the Musical Union of Carlet, the conductor and founder of the "José Perpiñán" Orchestra of Segorbe and the conductor of the Palancia Music Band, groups with which he maintains a regular program of concerts. He has also been assistant conductor at the “Palau de la Música” in Valencia, and also at the University of Valencia Philharmonic Orchestra.

He has also conducted concerts with the Orchestra "La Perla" from the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, the Cordoba and the Cadaqués Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of the Royal Academy of Music in London, the Orchestras of the Conservatories “José Iturbi” and “Joaquin Rodrigo” in Valencia, the Castellón Youth Symphony Orchestra, the Plectrum Orchestra of Segorbe, the Municipal Wind Bands of Castellon, Segorbe, Llíria UDP, Algar of the Palancia, Lira Alcañizana, and the Choirs Alameda, Gregorio Gea, Scholapiarum Singers, Ramón Cercós, Jeunesses Musicals and Vivarium.

He has studied orchestral conducting with Benjamin Zander, Achim Hollub, Cristóbal Soler, Yaron Traub, Enrique García Asensio, Ferrer Ferran, Rafael Sanz Espert, Manuel Galduf and Rafael Sánchez Mombiedro.

He also received master classes from Omer Meir Wellber, Marco Guidarini, Plácido Domingo, Ottavio Dantone, Juan Luis Martínez and Mauricio Weintraub.

He got the Silver Medal of Segorbe for their work in the development of music and culture.