In 2012 Jorge Díaz entered the Simón Bolívar Conservatory School of Composition. He has received master classes with composers such as Luca Belcastro, Bruno Mantovani and Blas Emilio Atehortúa. Since that time, a number of his works have gained both national and international attention. In 2014 he earned an honorable mention with his work, “Tema para ajedrez,” in the Fourth Composition Competition at Simón Bolívar University; this work was premiered during the 18th Latin American Festival of Music. In 2020 he obtained third prize in the “Componiendo tu Futuro” Composition Competition organized by El Sistema with his symphonic choral work “Amalivaca.” That same year he was awarded third prize in the Cayambis Institute for Latin American Studies in Music First International Composition Competition for his piece, “Cuatro piezas para insectos.” Díaz has worked as an instructor in the School of Latin American Composition in the Simón Bolívar Conservatory of Music and in the Orientation Course of the Creative Spirit, a composition program for young children. In 2019 he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in composition at the Universidad de las Arte in Caracas, which was the same year during which he obtained the title of Master Composer from that same institution.