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He was born in Barcelona in 2002. At the age of four he received his first piano lessons.

He graduated from his higher studies in classical piano performance under the direction of maestro Mauricio Vallina at the “Musical Arts Madrid” Higher School of Music with Honors.

He received the “Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli Foundation” scholarship awarded by Martha Argerich.

His debut as a soloist with an orchestra was with the A. Schnittke Orchestra at the Moscow House of Music Auditorium, under the baton of Igor Gromov.

He has played in prominent auditoriums such as Carnegie Hall in New York, National Library of Saint Petersburg, Teatr Polsk in Warsaw, National Music Auditorium in Madrid, Teatro Real in Madrid, etc.

Other projects in which he has collaborated as a pianist are the musicals “Bodas de Sangre”, by Miguel Tubía, and “Silencios Cantados”, by María Villarroya.

During the pandemic, he creates and directs the musical project “Opus 21”, concerts for a very small audience in his own studio.

He received the “Extraordinary Award” from the Community of Madrid after his professional studies. During these years of youth he was chosen by the pianist Lang Lang as Ambassador of Spanish Music in Warsaw.

At the same time, Daniel has been developing his role as a composer and musical director for several years in musical projects such as “Solo Ida”, “Desencantadas”, “El Silencio y la Belleza” or “Jardiel Enamorado”.

Among others, he has received lessons from teachers such as: Lilya Zilberstein, Misha Dacic, Janina Fialkowska, Ilya Itin or Dmitry Ablogin.

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