“Since I have heard the Harnoncourt/COE recording of the Beethoven Symphonies, I have always dreamed of being given a chance to play with this Orchestra. The great level of music-making and the amazing energy and joy of the musicians in the Orchestra was something that I never had come across before. When I was given the opportunity to take part in the COE Academy with Blomstedt/Ax, I naturally did not hesitate for a second. The days with the Orchestra proved to be as fantastic and inspiring as I anticipated. I have rarely enjoyed making music this much ever before! To be in this warm and creative enviroment with wonderful people who all love playing music made this week something I will treasure and keep with me for a very long time.”
Daniel has a varied career working as a soloist, a chamber musician and has a keen interest in contemporary composers. Daniel studied at the Royal College in Stockholm with Prof. Henryk Kowalski, Universität Mozarteum, Salzburg for Prof. Igor Ozim and is in the soloist class of Prof. Rainer Schmidt at Hochschule für Musik, Basel. As a soloist he has worked with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Incheon Philharmonic Orchestra, Gävle Symphony Orchestra, Västerås Sinfonietta and Aurora Symphony Orchestra. Daniel is a dedicated chamber musician and together with guitarist Jacob Kellermann forms ‘Duo KeMi’ that won first prize in the “Aschaffenburg International en Wettbewerb für Kammermusik mit Gitarre 2010”.