Inocente Carreño was born in 1919 in Porlamar, Margarita Island, Venezuela. Carreño was Professor of Theory and Solmization at the José Angel Lamas Superior Music School for thirty years, and for twenty-five years was a horn player in the Symphonic Orchestra of Venezuela. He was the director of the Prudencio Essá School of Music founded by Antonio J. Ochoa and himself in 1970, and was Counselor Minister of the permanent delegation of Venezuela to UNESCO in Paris from 1984-1988. As a conductor, he has led most of the symphonic orchestras in Venezuela. As a musician and composer, he has received the most important distinctions granted in Venezuela.
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