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Damien Escobar is a violinist, author, entrepreneur, and philanthropist from New York.
He started learning violin and became a violinist at the age of eight. He graduated from the Julliard school of music.
He plays mainstream, classical, and hip-hop music. He appeared in 2006's American romantic dance drama film 'Step Up', directed by Anne Fletcher.
He and his brother performed as street musicians at Grand Central Station and on the subways in New York City when they were young. Under the moniker 'Nuttin' But Stringz', they started performing professionally in 2003. In the 2008 edition of America's Got Talent, Nuttin' But Stringz came in third.
The net worth of Damien Escobar is $8 million, which he made through his successful career as a violinist, author, entrepreneur, and philanthropist.
It is uncertain how much Damien Escobar earns in a year.
It is uncertain how tall Damien Escobar is.
Damien Escobar was born on June 13, 1986, and is 36 years old as of 2022.
He was born in the Jamaica, Queens neighborhood in New York City in 1986. He was raised by his single mother and his older brother, Tourie Escobar. At the age of eight, he started taking violin lessons. He entered the Juilliard School of Music as the youngest student at 10. At age 13, he earned his degree from Julliard School. Additionally, he attended the Bloomingdale School of Music.
It is unknown who Damien Escobar is in a relationship currently and who he dated in the past.
Damien Escobar is a well-known American Violinist. He was a former member of the music group' Nuttin' But Stringz' with his brother Tourie. In 2012 he became a solo artist. Classical, jazz, pop, R&B, and hip-hop influence his "crossover violin" compositions.
He published 'The Sound of Strings,' an autobiographical children's book, in 2014. The same year, he appeared at Oprah's weekend 'The Life You Want' tour. In September 2015, he dropped his debut pop single, 'Freedom,' which debuted at #15 on the iTunes list.
Escobar established the nonprofit Violins Against Violence in 2007. He collaborated with Kennedy's Cause, a nonprofit that aids kids with lymphatic malformation, UNICEF, and the VH1 Save the Music Foundation. Additionally, he serves on the Jamaica YMCA's board of directors. He organized a fundraiser for the Jamaica YMCA in 2013 that brought in over $50,000.
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