Daniel Oropeza holds a bachelor’s degree in music composition from Venezuela’s National Experimental University of the Arts, where he specialized in acoustic arts with an emphasis on contemporary music, collaborative composition, and the production of interdisciplinary events. His formal study was guided by teachers such as Federico Ruiz, Luis Morales Bance, Orlando Cardozo, Ricardo Teruel, Gerardo Gerulewicz, Adina Izarra and most recently, Diana Arismendi. He has received master classes and individual lessons on chamber music from the Portland Quartet and the Cuarteto Latinaomericano, and composition and orchestration from Francisco Huguet (El Salvador) and Samuel Robles (Panama) in the 17th International Festival of Music in Caracas (2012) and in 2014 at the 18th chapter of the same festival from Puerto Rican composer José Javier Peña Aguayo. Oropeza is co-founder and member of the Creative Circle of Contemporary Music (CCMC) and the PostData collective in Panama.
Currently, Daniel works as an instrumental consultant for the National Network of Youth Orchestras and Choruses of Panama and is a master’s degree student at the Interamerican University of Panama.