David Maldonado
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David Maldonado

San Diego, California, United States | INDIE

San Diego, California, United States | INDIE
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Music

The best kept secret in music

Press


a great discovery, ...wonderful and perfect for the show. - Jose Luis Bueno


a great discovery, ...wonderful and perfect for the show. - Jose Luis Bueno


Good Music from an excellent Musician - A great compilation of music from a HOT Musician! - Ana Camacho


Good Music from an excellent Musician - A great compilation of music from a HOT Musician! - Ana Camacho


"This CD may well become a collectors item" (about first independent release) - Cher Nobel


"This CD may well become a collectors item" (about first independent release) - Cher Nobel


Discography

David Maldonado - "El Amor De Mi Alma"- 2001
Nadro John - "Escape To Venice" 2000

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Bio

David Maldonado was raised listening to many different styles of music, especially Classical and Flamenco. This has motivated him to experiment with different techniques on the guitar. You can hear many influences on his new CD entitled "El Amor De Mi Alma". These beautiful, happy & melancholic, melodies are a great balance from the speed & precision of the scales that jump out from song to song. David has an endorsement from "La Bella Strings".

Introduced to music as a violinist at the age of eight, music was how the Maldonado family spent most of their spare time. David’s father gave him his first and only guitar lesson when he was ten. That lesson awoke in him a passion that became stronger by the day, until it was his soul's consumption.

At fourteen, David and his brothers were performing classical guitar concerts at the University of Arizona. This was the point where the guitar became a serious direction in life. Two years later, David began to study classically under Celin and Pepe Romero, and learned his incredible rasqueado technique from Celedonio Romero.