About Victor


 

First and foremost a storyteller communicating our most intimate feelings with his music, Victor Torres is a singer-songwriter and an audio engineer. He was born with McArdles disease, which targets the skeletal muscle thus making it difficult to play instruments. Despite this setback, Victor continues to work on techniques that help him follow his dreams as a musician. He avidly supports the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) in their effort to treat and cure muscular disabilities.

Victor has performed in venues big and small across Texas. He showcased his talents at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington and Globe Life Park for various musical events, has played at the famous Austin venue, The Parish, for SXSW; and he sung in the choir of selected UTA voice Students alongside the Rolling Stones on their ZipCode Tour. Due to his impressive work as a songwriter, he was offered a spot to perform at the Dallas Video Fest in the opening of the highly anticipated indie film Ain’t It Cool. This led him to other opportunities such as speaking on The Club House Podcast.

Victor’s engineering background started at Endurance Music Production (EMP) Studios in Arlington under the guidance of Nick Allison where he studied live sound and post-production. He also worked in Sounds Great Studios (SG Studios) where he continued his studies in post-production and worked with local artists, including Luke Wade from The Voice.

Victor has recently graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with an audio engineering degree with a focus on vocal performance. He currently works as a musician/activity therapist assistant at a local psychiatric hospital, healing individuals through music.

 

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