我第一次听这一首，是André Rieu 介绍黑珍珠 Kimmy Skota 唱的，非常感动，我在YouTube上看见现场的很多观众，感动的流泪，但是，我没有。
William Gomez was born on April 5, 1985 in San Jose Villanueva, Department La Libertad, El Salvador. He began playing piano in 2003, the National Arts Centre of El Salvador, with Mr. Giovanni Ardon. Currently takes classes at the National University and Institute of Arts with Dr. Alexander Sklioutovski teachers, MM Ludmila Melzer, M.M. Luis Monge and Mr. Gerardo Meza. In his career he has played piano in different rooms, including the prestigious Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York, USA, National Theater of Costa Rica, Melico Salazar Theater, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, Golden Room, Museo de Arte Costarricense, Country Escazú Club, Country Club El Castillo Heredia, Picado Auditorium of the Universidad Nacional de Heredia, Richter ISA Board, Auditorium A, City of Carthage, Carthage Technology in Costa Rica; Museum David J. Guzmán, Fundación María Núñez Slope, International Exhibition, National Arts Center in El Salvador.
In April 2007 he presented a recital Piano opening the season in the National Theatre, etc., and in 2008 closed the season Piano. In 2007 he played with the National Symphony Orchestra of Costa Rica and winner of the Young Soloists; in 2008 was invited to perform with the Symphony Orchestra of the National University.
In 2007 and Concultura Counterpoint Forum in El Salvador was given an award for Musical Talent. It also formed part of the official visit of President of El Salvador to Costa Rica, El Salvador performing works in 2008. He was invited to the Ibero-American Summit, held in October 2008 in El Salvador, where he also played with the Youth Orchestra of El Salvador led by Uruguayan Jorge Martín. That same year he obtained the Bachelor of Education and Piano Performance and is currently pursuing a degree at the Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica. In 2009 he received an award from the National University as a student winner of national and international competitions. He is currently working on a project to record an album.
He has had master classes with pianist and composer Jorge Pepi Alós, Edith Fisher (Conservatory of La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, 2005), Alexander Vershinin (PI Tchaikovsky State Conservatory, Russia, 2005), Junko Ueno Garrett (Toho Gakuen Tokyo , 2008) Dr. Min Kwon, Associate Professor of Music, Piano, Mason Gross School of the Arts Rutgers (The State University of New Jersey, 2008).
In June of this year was invited to perform with the National Symphony of Costa Rica under the direction of Maestro Komatsu Japanese Chosei Concerto No 3 in C Major for Piano and Orchestra of the Russian composer S. Prokofiev, also in September of this year has been invited to perform with the National Youth Orchestra of El Salvador under the direction of Maestro Jorge Uruguayan Martin Concerto No 3 in C minor German composer L. van Beethoven.
He won first place in the contest Boun & Bradshaw Piano Competition 2008, New York Honorable Mention winner of the contest Boun & Bradshaw Piano Competition 2007, New York Young Soloists winner in October 2007.