Daniela Padrón is a Venezuelan-American violinist, nominated to the Latin Grammy (2013) as the violinist of the acclaimed Venezuelan world music band Gaêlica, in the Folk Music Category.
She released her first soloist album "Bach to Venezuela" in May 2016, where she adapts some of the most well-known masterpieces of Johann Sebastian Bach into different Venezuelan Folk Rhythms including joropo, gaita, merengue among others. With this project Daniela has performed in South Florida, Orlando, Tampa, Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, Denver, Phoenix, Anaheim and Caracas (Venezuela). She is a proud Conductor for one of the children orchestras of the Miami Music Project, an institution that uses music as a tool for social transformation. She also runs her private studio with local and international students in Miami, Florida. Along with her mother, the renowned Venezuelan pianist Olga López, she just released LATAM, a duet album (violin-piano) that would feature Latin American academic composers.