The Mexican composer, Demián Gálvez, wins an Emmy

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He shows us that there are no limits to creativity, but it is an everyday exercise.

During the Emmy Awards 2023 the musician and composer Demián Gálvezwas awarded in the category Musical Direction and Compositionmaking one of his dreams come true: winning the Emmy, for his authentic work sounding original architectural spaces in the series home of AppleTV.

Thus, with great happiness he expressed his gratitude to the people who believed in him through social networks. In addition to recognizing the work of other composers:

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Galvez From a very young age he wanted to compose music, inspired by his uncle Armando “Cuty” Martínezat the age of 17 he musicalized the play The Lazarillo of Tormes directed by Jorge Mendezdiscovering that this is what he wanted to dedicate his entire life to, music.

Over time and after his arduous efforts studying jazz and musical improvisation, he developed his ability to cross the borders of his creativity, in an area that few take into account: musical composition for audiovisual media. In addition to rocking with his main project Centavrvs.

Therefore, having won the Emmy sets new goals in your career and in turn encourages other people to become passionate about their goals. Proving that dreams do come true, as long as you work at it. Congratulations, Demian!


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