Isabella Diaz

Isabella Diaz, born in Venezuela, began her musical studies at the age of four. Isabella moved to the United States to rigorously continue her violin studies in a most competitive field, being in an intense music conservatory where in her first year she was awarded a scholarship from the well known Latin Grammy Academy. She was under the wing of the two times Grammy nominated Jesse Mills. She has been part of one of the greatest Venezuelan orchestras, also conducted by Gustavo Dudamel, Sir Simon Rattle and Benjamin Zander. She recently was part of the BPYO performing in the best concert halls in the world. Isabella has been teaching for five years, as well as piano, among intensive workshops and violin summer courses. Her work philosophy is Teaching and Fighting, Being and Doing through music, to generate trust, optimism, hope and excellence.