Daniela Láncara Espinoza

Venezuelan-Cuban-American violinist Daniela Láncara Espinoza creates musical environments that energize people. Whether she’s playing a Tchaikovsky Symphony, teaching a pre-twinkle student, or championing new composers, Daniela is focused on communicating what’s real, human, and personal. Aspiring to use her skills as a vehicle of transformation, she’s played for a variety of audiences at Carnegie Hall, Rikers Island Prison Facility, and also as the featured soloist with orchestras in Texas and Oklahoma.

Daniela is currently based in Austin, TX and enjoying a life of teaching with Suzuki Strings of Austin, playing with the violin sections of the Austin Symphony, the Austin Opera, and leading as Assistant Principal with the Amarillo Symphony and Concertmaster with the Central Texas Philharmonic.

Her journey has been influenced by J.S. Bach’s “Soli Deo Gloria,” dedicating all of her work “for the Glory of God” alone.

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