Venezuelan violinist and composer, currently residing in Santiago de Chile. From 1989 to 2008, David Nuñez lived in Brussels, Belgium, at the conservatory of this city, he graduated in 1997. In Venezuela appears as a soloist with large orchestras such as the Venezuelan Symphony Orchestra, the Municipal Symphony Orchestra and the Venezuelan Youth Symphony Orchestra “Simón Bolívar”. In 1997, he appeared his first CD in accordance with the music for solo violin. Among other works highlights the first recording of the Monologo Sonata by Aram Khachaturiam. Since then, he has recorded 20 record productions, highlighting his collaboration with the Belgian ensembles Ictus and Musiques Nouvelles, with whom he won the prestigious French “Diapason D’Or” award for the album “Nameless City” in 2011. the work of composer Fausto Romitelli. He gave master classes at the Conservatory of the Venezuelan Youth Orchestra, the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, the Conservatory of Roses in Mexico and the Hochschule fur Musik Franz Lizst in Germany.
In Chile, he is a professor at the Pontificia Universidad Católica, where he also works as a violin and chamber music teacher, and also plays the “Surkos” string quartet.
In Argentina he is the first violin of the string quartet “UNTREF” of the National University Tres de Febrero, a project dedicated to the current music. He has made numerous creations for violin including “Chaconne” by Henri Pousseur (Belgium) “7 Miniatures Frida Kahlo” for solo violin by Juan Carlos Núñez (Venezuela) Structure IV Diogenes Rivas mandalas (Venezuela) Corda for violin and orchestra of Alejandro Guarello (Chile) and Arco for solo violin of Julio Estrada (Mexico) as a member of different Ensambles has created works by Jonathan Harvey, Fausto Romitelli, Pauline Oliveros and others. Since 2000, he regularly participates in the Atempo Festival of Caracas where he is also a member of the Reading Committee.