Daniel Mateos Moreno

Laureated as “one of Spain’s finest young composer” by Northamerican music journal Soundboard (Richard Long), as the author of “very involving” music (Colin Clarke, Fanfare Magazine), and “as an author who knows how to say whatever he wants while touching the audience” by Spanish newspaper El Mundo (Tomás Marco). Music compositions have been performed in different international venues such as Radiofabrik (Salzburg, Austria), National Spanish Radio (RNE2), Bethanienklooster (Amsterdam), Carnegie Music Hall & Kresge Recital Hall of Pittsburgh (USA), Bloomington Center for the Arts (USA), Cambridge Kettle’s Yard (U.K.), Cardiff University Concert Hall (U.K.),
Millenium-Hall in Tokyo (Japan), Denki-Bunka-Kaikan in Nagoya (Japan), National Music Auditorium and Monumental Hall in Madrid (Spain), XXV International Music Festival in Ripoll (Catalonia), International Guitar Festival in Cordoba (Spain), Cervantes Theatre and Canovas Theatre in Malaga (Spain), I Ronda Music Festival (Spain), XX International Music Festival of Ubeda (Spain), etc. by orchestras such as the Spanish Radio & Television Philharmonic Orchestra (ORTVE), Camerata de Madrid, Carnegie- Mellon Philharmonic, Malaga Philharmonic, and many other varied groups and players, under conductors such as Aldo Ceccato, Adrian Leaper, Michael Thomas, Pascual Osa, Walter Morales, etc. Compositions have been released by NAXOS, Nibius and Albert Moraleda Records. Awarded first prize of the Harry G. Archer Memorial Prize for orchestral works in the 2005 edition (Pittsburgh, USA). Finalist in the Morton Gould Young Composers Award (New York, USA). Invited to participate with a piece as a present given to composer Henry Dutilleux in his homage celebrated in the UK,
organized by BBC. Commissioned by the Spanish Ministry of Culture of the obligatory piece for the 51st International “Jaen” Piano competition. Awards received in Spain by Fundación Autor and The Council of Malaga. Dr. Mateos-Moreno’s music has been researched by the Spanish musicologist Dr. Marta Cureses de la Vega, who has published a book chapter as an output of this research.