Daniel Escudero was born in Havana, Cuba, in 1985. He started piano at the age of 7 and studied music in his native country until high school level in the National School of Art. As a student, he won several piano competitions both in national and international levels.
In the year of 2002, he came to the United States establishing his residence in Miami, Florida. In the year of 2009, he finished his Bachelor of Music degree Cum Laude in Piano Performance at Florida International University under the study of both Dr. Miguel Salvador and “Artist in Residence” Kemal Kegic.
Daniel has performed over the last two decades in many recitals, festivals, shows, concerts, etc. playing all kinds of repertoires of music in different countries such as USA, Cuba, Spain, Italy, Mexico, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Chile, and others.
He has been a member of the Miami Conservatory of Music faculty since 2010 teaching both Classical and Popular Piano lessons.