Enluis Montes Olivar was born on December 2, 1996, in Venezuela. Began his musical studies at the age of 8, with trumpet as his lead instrument. He joined the trumpets section of the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Guanare (Venezuela) The Youth Orchestra of Los Llanos, The Brass Ensemble Of Los Llanos and in 2010 he joined the Children’s National Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela.
In 2007, at the age of 11, he debuted as a conductor with the Youth Symphony Orchestra and Children’s Choir of Guanare (Venezuela). His debut was follow by numerous concerts with different orchestras in Venezuela, such as Symphony Orchestra Of Aragua, Youth Symphony Orchestra Of Lara, Youth Symphony Orchestra Of Acarigua-Araure, Youth Symphony Orchestra Of Turen, Youth Symphony Orchestra of Barina’s State, Youth Symphony Orchestra OF San Fernando De Apure, The National Choir of Venezuela Simon Bolivar, the Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, and many more.
He is currently the conductor of the Youth Orchestra “Franco Medina” of Barquisimeto and Regional Children’s Symphony Orchestra of Lara State.