Daniel Weimann

Deep musicality that draws the blood of the great pianist Dina Yoffe

Daniel Vaiman

Born 1978 in Riga, Latvia. He has been familiar with music since childhood, and received his first piano lessons from his mother, Dina Yoffe. At the age of 4, he started studying at the Daltzins Special Music School in Riga. After moving with his family to Moscow, he entered the Gnessin Special Music School at the age of six. In 1989, he moved to Israel with his family and continued to study piano. In 1994, he moved to England and entered the Purcell School of Music on a full scholarship. From 1996 to 2000, he studied at the Royal Academy of Music on a full scholarship.

From 2001 to 2003, studied under Carré Randall at the Karlsruhe University of Music (Germany) and completed a master's course. Subsequently, he studied at the Zurich University of the Arts under the direction of Homero Franceche, earning a master's degree in both performance and teaching.

Junior Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition (Salt Lake City, USA), Newport Piano Competition (UK), Pontoise International Piano Competition (France), “Ennio Polino” Piano Competition (Italy), etc. many awards such as Rheingau Festival (Germany), Gubbio Festival (Italy), Ghent Chopin Festival (Belgium), "Ande Mill" Festival (France), Cliburn School of Music Master Class (Texas), Summit Music Festival (New York) ), Niagara International Music Festival (Canada), Chopin Festival (Poland, Antonín), Auvers-sur-Oise Music Festival (France), Yokohama City Invitation International Piano Concert, etc. Also played at a concert attended by Prince Charles at the James Palace. He has given many live recitals on radio stations in Israel, Estonia, South Korea, and elsewhere, and has also performed with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, London Soloists Chamber Orchestra, St Martin Academy Orchestra, Camerata Zurich, Moravian Symphony Orchestra. He has performed as a soloist with many others. In September 2011, she performed at a charity concert to support recovery from the Great East Japan Earthquake at the Mozarthaus in Vienna.

His CDs include Daniel Vaiman Plays Liszt, Ravel, Prokofiev in 2005 and "The Nutcracker" recorded in Karlsruhe Wertezar in 2010. Since 2009 he has been teaching at the Zug Music School.

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