Bruno Tambascio (Caracas, 1980) is a Spanish musician, composer, performer and conductor with extensive experience in the fields of theater, opera, musicals, audiovisual and sound design. With a Bachelor's Degree in Music by Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid under his belt, he has toured numerous times in Europe and Latin America, developing his artistic activity mainly in Spain, where he has conducted orchestra for the Veranos de la Villa Festival, composed for productions of the National Dramatic Center, Teatros del Canal, Teatro Español, Teatro Circo Price, Festival de Almagro, etc, performed for the creative team of the acclaimed company Ron Lalá, and worked as stage manager and maestro interno in the opera houses of Barcelona -Liceu- and Madrid -Teatro Real and Teatro de la Zarzuela-. As well as in Germany, where he has premiered productions in the cities of Berlin, Mainz, Frankfurt, Marburg and Giessen, collaborating with the theater company Nofourthwall, the former director of the Ruhr Triennale Heiner Goebbels, the Humboldt Big Band of Berlin, and many others.

Among his most prominent works in the forementioned roles are "The merry wives of Windsor" (Almagro, 2001), "Le bourgeois gentilhomme" (Almagro, 2002), "Zorba the greek" (Teatro Alcázar, 2003), "In love but discreet" (Almagro/SMU Dallas, 2005), "Querellas ante el dios Amor" (Galileo/Teatro Colón de Bogotá, 2006), "The troubadour" (Chiclana, 2007), "Frankenstein" (Teatros del Canal/Napoli Teatro Festival, 2010), "Access all areas" (Mercedes Benz, 2011), "Where is Home" (Canada's National TV, 2012), "Easywhy" (Ballhaus Ost Berlin, 2013), "Pinocchio" (Teatro Circo Price, 2013), "El loco de los balcones" (Teatro Español, 2014), "A funny thing happened in the way to the forum" (Veranos de la Villa, 2015), "My hands, my mother's" (Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft Giessen/Cervantes Institute Berlin, 2016), "Consent" (CDN, 2018), "Hamlet 21" (Teatro Lara, 2021), "Life is a dream" (Almagro, 2021) and "Malvivir" (Naves de Matadero, 2022).