About Samuel Levi y Los Niños Perdidos
He initiated his musical training in the Conservatorio de Música Mayeusis (Mayeusis Conservatory of music), located in Vigo, Spain. Years later, he moved to Madrid where he continued to pursue his academic studies in the University Complutense. In Madrid, he published his first musical project, a CD/book, entitled “Con mis propias manos” (with my bare hands).
He has shared stage with some of the ... read more
A Vigo singer-songwriter who has published 3 albums, has composed more than a hundred songs and has offered more than 450 concerts in various countries. Of marked cosmopolitan character, he has lived in Cuba, Argentina and Italy, in addition to his native Spain. Singer, guitarist and harmonica player. He has been awarded by INJUVE in 2009 as the best new author of the singer-songwriter genre, and later, in 2015, with the prestigious MAEC-AECID scholarship that made him the only resident musician nationwide at the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome (Italy) that year. He has also exhibited his work at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando in Madrid, and acted in famous places such as the Circle of Fine Arts in Madrid or the Teatro América in Havana (Cuba). He has collaborated with renown artists, such as Luis Eduardo Aute and Pedro Guerra, received classes from Quique González, and shared stage with Revolver or Javier Álvarez.