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Hiram Diaz is a euphoniumist, trombonist, vocalist and music educator. A second generation Cuban American, he grew up in Miami, surrounded by rich expressions of Latin-American art. He studied at Miami’s New World School of the Arts, the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, and the University of North Texas. His teachers include

Dr. Brian Bowman, Tim Northcut, Jay Bertolet and Lee Rogers. Throughout his education, he has received many honors, including winning the International Tuba and Euphonium Conference Artist Euphonium Competition in 2008. 


As a euphonium soloist, Hiram has performed throughout the United States and abroad. He recently performed Kevin Day's new Concerto for Euphonium and Band with "Pershing's Own" US Army Band at the 2020 Tuba and Euphonium Workshop. He has also performed regularly on euphonium, trombone, and bass trumpet with the Baltimore Symphony, Cincinnati Symphony, and National Symphony Orchestras. Since 2012, Hiram has served proudly in “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band.


Recorded at Episcopal High School in Alexandria, VA by Chris Clark

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