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Composer for media and concert, Daniel Raijman has been working independently as a composer and orchestrator for film and advertising for several years. He earned a specialization in film and television orchestration at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, and also a diploma in music recording and production in Tecson, Buenos Aires.

Recently, he moved to Los Angeles to continue his career as a film composer, television and games, attending the Film Scoring Program at UCLA Extension.

He graduated as a Professional Musician Music School of Buenos Aires, where he participated also as a permanent member of the Big Band EMBA with the one presented on several occasions.

During this period he had the opportunity to play with several renowned artists, both locally and internationally, such as Javier Malosetti, Oscar Giunta, Ernesto Jodos, Mario Parmisano and Uri Cane, besides being produced by Pedro Aznar more than once.

Parallel begins his training as a jazz guitarist, taking classes with major figures in the country as Walter Malosetti, Francisco Rivero and Pino Marrone. He has also participated in numerous international artists clinics.

He studied composition, arranging and orchestration with Guillermo Klein, Juan "Pollo" Raffo, Gabriel Senanes and Edgar Ferrer, who invites him to join the Orchestra of the Conservatory of Music of the City of Buenos Aires as an arranger and assistant director.

As a guitarist, composer and arranger he served in numerous jazz bands and other genres, appearing in different parts of the country and abroad.

Film Scoring Certificate- UCLA  Extension

B.Mus. Professional Musician  - Escuela de Música de Buenos Aires

Specialist Certificate in Orchestration for Film and TV. Berklee Collage of Music, Boston, Massachusetts.

Private Instruction:

Guillermo Klein: Composition

Gabriel Senanes: Orchestration

Pino Marrone: Advanced Jazz Guitar