Liber Cuervos

Conductor, Intermediate Concert Orchestra, Interlochen Arts Camp

Site Director and Conductor at The Miami Music Project

B.M., Violin performance, IUDEM; B.A., Bussines Administration, IUTAJS

Orchestral Conductor and violinist, Liber Cuervos is firmly established as a music educator, conductor, and violin performer. An advocate of music education, he has dedicated his life to teaching music to younger generations by using orchestral music as a powerful tool for empowering and social inclusion, especially working with underserved communities. An alumnus of the world renown music program “El Sistema” in Venezuela, he decided to pursue music education, continuing his studies of violin and conducting in the “Conservatorio Superior de Musica Simon Bolivar” and the Instituto Universitario de Estudios Musicales where he obtained his Bachelor Degree in instrument performance. Liber is a former member of Venezuela Symphony Orchestra with which he has toured in countries like Mexico, Argentina, France, Russia, Greece, Italy, and Cuba. A former conductor of the Emil Friedman Youth Orchestra in Venezuela, Liber is frequently invited to conduct youth and professional orchestras in Venezuela, as Carabobo Symphonic Orchestra, Venezuela Symphony Orchestra, Bolivar Youth Symphony, among others. He also holds a Bachelor in Business Administration from IUTAJS. Beside his work as a music performer he has spent the last ten years working with non-profit organizations dedicated to social transformation through music in Caracas-Venezuela and later on in Miami, Fl where he has been working with organizations as Homestead Music Project, American Children’s Orchestras for Peace and more recently as a Site Director, Violin Teaching Artist, and conductor of the Sinfonia Orchestra of The Miami Music Project, one of the largest "El Sistema" inspired music program in the USA.