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Liber Cuervos is a highly respected music educator, conductor, violinist, and arts administrator passionately committed to using orchestral music to promote diversity, equity, inclusion, excellence, and social transformation, particularly among underserved communities. A former member of El Sistema Venezuela, he has had a distinguished career as a violinist of the Venezuela Symphony Orchestra, having toured extensively across Mexico, Argentina, Cuba, France, Russia, Greece, and Italy. Furthermore, he has served as the conductor of Venezuela’s Emil Friedman Youth Orchestra. He has frequently led youth and professional orchestras such as the Carabobo Symphonic Orchestra, Venezuela Symphony Orchestra, and Bolivar Youth Symphony.

Apart from his exceptional musical accomplishments, Liber Cuervos has been a skilled arts administrator for the past decade, working with various nonprofit organizations dedicated to social transformation through music in Caracas, Venezuela, and later in Miami, Florida. He has collaborated with music nonprofits such as Homestead Music Project, American Children’s Orchestras for Peace, and Miami Music Project, where he currently serves as the Director of Education and Programs. He oversees six chapters and more than 60 Teaching Artists in this role. He is also a member of El Sistema USA (ESUSA) and has served on the 2023 National Symposium committee and as a lecturer.

Since 2019, Liber Cuervos has been a valued faculty member of the prestigious Interlochen Arts Camp, where he conducts the Intermediate Concert Orchestra. Additionally, he has served as the Artistic Director of the String Scholar Camp of the Butler Community Arts School at Butler University. Apart from his music studies, he holds a BAS in Supervising and Management from Miami Dade College and is a candidate for a Master of Science in Performing Arts Leadership and Management from Shenandoah University.

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