She is a pianist, composer, singer and flamenco dancer. She was born in Caracas, she grew up in the daily life of the artistic environment of her house where the piano was the heart of her games. She began studying music at three years of age with Prof. María Luisa Stopello at the Dalcroze Rhythmic School. At age 5 she composed her first songs and was registered in the Society of Authors and Composers of Venezuela (SACVEN). She graduated as “Piano Performer” under the tutelage of Professor María Auxiliadora Díaz at the Lino Gallardo Music School (2010) and modern harmony, composition and improvisation with the maestro Gerry Weil. She also studied singing with teacher Marisela Leal.
She is a flamenco dancer and her passion for this art is reflected in her compositions. She has a degree in Social Communication from the Santa María de Venezuela University.
In 2010 she released her first album “Piano de ida y vuelta” with her own songs and works by classical and contemporary composers. The album has received the best accolades from music personalities in Venezuela, such as, the maestro Gerry Weil, the violinist Eddy Marcano, the composer Juan Carlos Nuñez, among others.
She has performed piano recitals in different rooms of the country and with her sister the pianist, singer and composer Prisca Dávila, develops a musical work with 4 handsand a fusion of flamenco dancing with Venezuelan rhythms.
This concert together is entitled “One piano, two sisters” and has been presented since 2010 in successful venues in Venezuela and other countries such as Canada, the United States, Mexico, the Czech Republic, Great Britain and Trinidad and Tobago. With the repertoire of their first album together “Un piano, dos hermanas” (2014) they won the “Best Classic Record of The Year 2015” at the 2015 Pepsi Music Awards.
The Dávila sisters launched in July 2017 their new album “Travesía-Canciones de Latinoamérica” (Best Classic song of the year at Pepsi Music Award) in which they perform the piano in 4 hands, their compositions and classics of Latin American music.
In August 2017 Marieva moved to her new home in Toronto, Canada, where she has been able to continue developing her passion for teaching music and piano; and transmit her knowledge to students of different ages and musical interests. Having studied classical and contemporary music gives her the versatility of being able to teach any musical style and teach her students to compose their own songs.
“My young student Marieva Dávila shows in her pianist project the rare successful combination of performer and composer. Her performance of classical works shows her talent for lyrical and melodic expression, different from the usual exhibitions of cold technique that are usually appreciated in these performances of academic composers. On the other hand, her creativity as a composer reflects once again the great sensitivity of this young pianist for whom I envision a great future. “
Gerry Weil (pianist and composer)
“… intimacy, sweetness … caresses … tenderness … definitely love. There is a new space in infinity, flooded with an imagination that is opening its sonic petals without stopping … “
María Auxiliadora Diaz Najul -Pianist
“The exposure and development of multiple expressive and emotional lines in this version of my composition “Solemn Portrait of Aldemaro Romero” revealed to me the talent of this novel figure of the young Venezuelan piano.”
Juan Carlos Nuñez – Pianist and composer
“High refined technique, impeccable interpretation, freshness and a special sensitivity is what this extraordinary Venezuelan pianist Marieva Dávila invites us with with this wonderful album, taking the Venezuelan piano to the highest level of the world scene Bravo….”
Eddy Marcano – Violinista y director de orquesta
… Marieva with her performances and compositions transports you to a world where tranquility and beauty are an eternal metaphor. “
Prisca Dávila – Pianist, singer and songwriter
The sisters Prisca and Marieva Dávila, both pianist, composer and singer nominated in three categories of Pepsi Music Award 2015 Venezuela (Best classical artist of the year, Best classical song of the year and Best classical record of the year) were the winners of “Best Classical album of the year with their CD ” Un piano, dos hermanas” (One piano, two sisters).
This album shows a fusion with classical music, jazz, flamenco and Latino American music.
The sisters Prisca and Marieva Dávila continue to reap successes thanks to their album Travesía, and this time they won the Pepsi Music award in the category “Best classical song”, corresponding to their four-hand piano version of “El día que me quieras” . Both expressed their joy and congratulated the Pepsi Music Academy for supporting and promoting music made in Venezuela. 2018 has been a profitable year for the sisters, recently they have come to tour three cities in Canada: Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa, where they received the highest praise.