CURRICULUM VITAE David Hernández Ramos was born in Mexico City in 1975, at the age of 13 he begins his studies as a violinist and a few years later he became very interested in composition, on this field he started working as self-teach, however he was marked by encounters with composers as Arturo Villela and Jorge Torres in Mexico City and Pascal Dusapin in Paris who encouraged him very much. He studied composition in Paris with Jean-Luc Hervé at Boulogne-Billancourt's Conservatory and Nanterre's Conservatory, later at Evry val d'Essonne's University and Analyse with Vincent Decleire at Sevran's Conservatory. In 2009 he reached his Composition Degree at Boulogne-Billancourt's Conservatory. He followed stages with Bruno Mantovani and Hughes Doufour at the Acanthes Center in Metz (France) and with Luca Francesconi, Yan Maresz and Jesús Rueda in Mollina (Spain). David has won the III Jesús Villa-Rojo Composition Prize in Spain and the Bernal Jiménez Composition Prize on Morelia, Mexico in 2010, the Composition Prize NUESTRA AMÉRICA in Aguas Calientes Mexico on 2011, and he was choosen to represent Mexico on the UNESCO‘s International Composers Tribunes on 2010 in Lisbone and 2011 in Vienna. He was winner of the 2nd edition of the National Composition Contest SINFOMNICA (Guadalajara, México) and chosen to participate at the workshop of lecture of Symphonic Music by young Mexican Composers organized by Mexico City's Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Jorge Mester. Since 2012 is member of the Mexican National System of Fine Arts Creators. On his Catalogue of works we found: string quartets, chamber music for many different formations, music for symphony orchestra, with and without soloists, many of them have been performed in France, Spain, Cuba, United States and Mexico by the Court-circuit ensemble, the Vertixe Sonora ensemble, Vertebrae Ensemble, the José White String Quartet, the Formalist Quartet, the Mexican clarinettist Luis Humberto Ramos, the Grup Instrumental de Valencia, the Mexico City's String Quartet, Mexico City's Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestre National de Lorraine, the Carlos Chavez Symphonic Orchestra and the Japanese violinist Saori Furukawa among others.