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Daniel Casares was born on 1980 in Estepona, Spain, is a Spanish flamenco guitarist and composer. At 40 years old, Daniel Casares height not available right now. We will update Daniel Casares's height soon as possible.
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Daniel Casares Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Daniel Casares worth at the age of 40 years old? Daniel Casares’s income source is mostly from being a successful Composer. He is from Spain. We have estimated Daniel Casares's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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|Source of Income||Composer|
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In 2014, Casares released his album, La Luna de Alejandra (2014), which includes his version of "El concierto de Aranjuez", by Joaquín Rodrigo, and his first symphonic composition, "La Luna de Alejandra", dedicated to his daughter. Daniel Casares has recorded with the Philharmonic Orchestra, directed by Arturo Diez Boscovich, who has also collaborated in "La Luna de Alejandra", together with José Miguel Ébora.
In 2010, Daniel Casares was the only artist chosen to represent European culture at the media launch gala at Expo 2010, held in Shanghai, China.
He has collaborated with artists such as Alejandro Sanz, Antonio Orozco, José Mercé, Dulce Pontes, Pasión Vega, Toquinho, Chucho Valdés, Lulo Pérez and Miguel Poveda. He also composed music for the 2010 Spanish film El Discípulo, by Universal Pictures.
Casares won the National Bordón Minero Guitar Prize at the age of 16 years. He is the recipient of Nacional del Primer Concurso de Guitarra in Jaén, Spain, the 37th Festival del Cante de las Miñas de la Union in Murcia and the Thomson Music Best Artiste of the Year Award in 2000. Casares was awarded the Ace Award from the Association of Latin Entertainment Critics, New York City after his performance at the Thalia Spanish Theatre in New York in March 2004.
He started his music career by participating in the project A la Guitarra de Estepona, a recording on which he appeared along with other artists. Daniel Casares produced his first solo CD, Duende Flamenco in 1999, followed by La Madruga (2001) and Corazón de tu alma (2004). He released his fourth solo album, Caballero (2007), which was recorded in Malaga, Spain and has collaborations with Pitingo and El Güito.
Daniel Casares (born 1980) is a Spanish flamenco guitarist and composer. He has recorded six solo albums, such as Duende flamenco (1999), La Madrugá (2001), Corazón de tu alma (2004), Caballero (2007), El Ladrón del Agua (2010) and Picassares (2015).
Daniel Casares was born in 1980 in Estepona, Málaga.