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Daniel Cueto

Daniel Cueto Daniel Cueto (b. 1986) is a composer and flutist from Lima, Peru. His music is reflective of his broad cultural experiences, revealing strong ties to European, North American and South American musical traditions. His works have been performed in fifteen countries, including Germany, France, Spain, the UK, Malta, Argentina, Brazil and the USA.
Having lived and studied in Germany for many years, he fulfilled commissions for such institutions as Deutschlandradio, the Musikschule Bonn, the KHM and the Robert-Schumann University Düsseldorf, and served as a member of the jury in the 29th Composition Competition of the City of Siegburg. He also worked as associate lecturer at the Detmold University of Music and at the Cologne University of Music and Dance from 2016 to 2019.
Daniel relocated to the USA in 2019 to begin work on a Doctor of Composition degree at Indiana University (Bloomington), where he is currently studying with composer Claude Baker. Since his arrival, he has been commissioned by several American musicians and ensembles, including oboist William Wielgus, the Pan-American Trio and the Kalliope Reed Quintet. Recordings of his works have been released through the NEOS and Cantilena labels.

Photo courtesy of Alvaro López Soriano.

Daniel’s Compositions

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Dues nimfes, by Daniel Cueto
Clarinet, viola and piano.

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Estudios Criollos, by Daniel Cueto
Unaccompanied clarinet.

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Fagot Pukllay, by Daniel Cueto
Bassoon and piano.

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Kimsa harawicha, by Daniel Cueto
Soprano and alto flute.

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La pena y la luna, by Daniel Cueto
Unaccompanied oboe.

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Lambras, by Daniel Cueto
Voice (E4 to A5) and piano.

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Tuhuayo, by Daniel Cueto
Unaccompanied flute.

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