Daniel Borovitzky

Daniel Borovitzky, piano (Switzerland/Israel), has performed under Zubin Mehta at the Charles Bronfman Auditorium in Tel Aviv, with the English Chamber Orchestra in London, the Israel Chamber Orchestra, the Israel Camerata Jerusalem, the Haifa Symphony Orchestra, and the Tel Aviv Soloists Ensemble. Daniel has won several international competitions, including the Grand Prix Animato (Paris, 2014), the Isidor Bajic Memorial Piano Competition in Serbia (First Prize, 2012), a Special Prize for the performance of Israeli music at the Aviv Competitions (2013), and the Clairmont Award (Tel Aviv, 2014). He is a scholarship recipient of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation (2002-16) and the Yehoshua and Margrit Lakner Foundation (Zurich, 2015-17). After completing his Bachelor's degree under the guidance of Tomer Lev at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music at Tel Aviv University, he studied at the Yale School of Music under Peter Frankl, then completed his Master's degree at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln and the Music Academy Basel under Claudio Martinez Mehner, Anton Kernjak, and Lester Menezes. Since 2018, Daniel has lived in Basel, participated in the ARD, Van Cliburn, and Rubinstein competitions, and contributed to the Mizmorim Festival. In addition to his solo and chamber music projects, he collaborates with the University Choir Basel. Between 2020 and 2021, his recordings were released by the labels Naxos and Hyperion in collaboration with the Ensemble MultiPiano (Israel).