​"The musical quality left the public shocked, it has a clear freedom to merge the various musical genres"

​Siglo de Durango, Mexico

"Is an amazing virtuoso, it was by far the finest playing of his instruments I have ever heard"
​Susann McDonald
Distinguished Professor of Music Indiana University ​
Artistic Director Emeritis The World Harp Congress

      Angel Tolosa is considered a great harp player, his musical study he has allowed to mix various world music genres with traditional music from Venezuela into compositions of great complexity; he masterfully demonstrates his rhythmic ability and technical skill in these compositions.
     He released his first album named "Katuketi" (native indigenous word that mean: Greetings to world), he recorded also an album for Radio France and  National Czech Radio. He is a founder member and organizer of the International Network Harp Fest.
    


"Simply amazing"

Juan Manuel Arpero Artistic Director "Romance Orchestra"

     He´s a Musician, composer, arranger and performer, Bachelor of Venezuelan Harp, Bachelor of Education. The Harp and The Joropo (Venezuelan music rhythm) are very important for him, both are a National Cultural Heritage of Venezuela. His Venezuelan Harp has a universal flavor, it's a encounter with  various music genres around the world.

​      His musical career began at an early age. He learned to play the piano,Venezuelan Cuatro           (small guitar from Venezuela) and Harp his great passion.

"He's a fiery and explosive musician"

  Multicultural Music Fellowship Harp Fest

​    He has realized concerts, workshops, book publishing, instructionals videos,  conferences at universities, arts schools, symphony orchestras, arts centers in various cities of France, Canada, USA, Mexico, Costa Rica , Panama, Spain, Belgium, Trinidad and Tobago, El Salvador, Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Czech Republic, Paraguay, England, Brazil, Italy and Venezuela. His biography it was published in the Mexican Book "The Latinamerican Harp and its new sound" as one of the more important latinamerican harpist of the present.