Dario Meta’s performing activity has led him to play in relevant venues lately, both in Spain and abroad. Recent commitments include Teatro Real, Circulo de Bellas Artes Madrid (concert sponsored by the UNO), Festsaal from Berlin’s Red Townhall, Laeiszhalle in Hamburg, Beethoven Haus in Bonn, Auditorio Miguel Delibes in Valladolid, Musik und Kongresshalle in Lübeck or Real Academia de Bellas Artes San Fernando in Madrid. He has been also invited by the festivals Lateinamerika Herbst in Hamburg, Classical Beat, Música en Segura (España), Festival Jóvenes Pianistas de Sigüenza or the International Spring Festival University of Salamanca.
He has performed as a soloist with The Green Orchestra (under conductor Jose Luis Lopez Anton) in Salamanca, and with the Young Leong Orchestra (JOL at Auditorio Ciudad de León (in Leon), along conductor Fernando Ortiz.
Dario is currently working in new designs for concerts, in order to reach the right concert for the future audience. The inclusión of improvisation and speaking in solo concerts has been a turning point for him in recent times, getting great success in his latest appointments.
He developes an activity of musical outreach through collaborations with the National Federation of Music Students (Spain), he gave a TED Talk in Guadalajara (Spain) an keeps a regular presence in Radio Clásica (National Spanish Radio) with the shows Sinfonia de la Mañana (The Morning Symphony) and Abre Los Oídos (Open Your Ears), this last one being himself host and pianist at the radio show.
He studied at the Castilla y Leon Conservatory (Salamanca, Spain) under pianist Sophia Hase, Hochschule für Musik Freiburg (Germany) and Musikhochschule Lübeck under Professor Konrad Elser (Germany).
He holds fellowships from the following institutions and foundations: Wardwell Program by Alexander von Humboldt (Germany), DAAD, MusikERkennen Program and Possehl Foundation (Germany).
Masterclasses and high-level training by renowned musicians and teachers round his education: Josep Colom (Barcelona), Ferenc Rados (Budapest), Joaquin Soriano (Spain), Pavel Gililov (Salzburg), Eldar Nebolsin (Berlin), Elza Kolodin (Freiburg), Boris Berman (Yale University, USA), Tibor Szász (Freiburg), Bernd Glemser (Würzburg), Cuarteto Casals and Yago Mahúgo (harpsichord and fortepiano).