Daniel Gazmuri Fuentes, Chilean bassist, graduated from the Projazz Institute (Santiago de Chile). While he was studying, he participated for 4 years in the faculty of the extension area of ​​the Projazz Institute, conducting music theory and ensemble classes. In addition, he collaborated as an assistant in the programs of graduates and specializations in the subject of Electric Bass. He has made multiple trips to continue his musical training with renowned teachers, among which are:


Brisbane, Australia, research internship on the impact of music education on academic results of public schools, professor guide composer Dr. Gerardo Dirie (head of music studies Griffith Univesity).

Varanasi, India, private studies of Indian flute (Bansuri) with Chandra Kant Prasad.

Santos, Brazil, private studies of bossa nova with the  bassist and multi-instrumentalist Thiago Espirito Santos.

Paris, France, private studies of electric bass on improvisation and jazz with Dominique di Piazza.

Participant in various musical and educational projects in different countries with outstanding musicians such as: Oscar Stagnaro (Peru), Louise Denson (Canada) and Dan Quigley (Australia), as well as being co-founder of 3 musical bands: FOG Trío, Ángela Trío and the Paloma Negra group, with whom they won the "Margot Loyola Award for root music" of the SCD (2017).


Thanks to his international musical studies, Daniel created the web site, a space where he promotes the learning of electric bass in Latin America. He is also the creator of the community "La Biblioteca del Bajista" with more than 13,000 members on Facebook and artist of the brands Serrano BassLuthier, Humboldt Electronics and Dsmnoisemaker.