Daniel Kool

Dutch pianist Daniël Kool (1986) started playing the piano when he was five years old, and after four years of playing, he won a regional competition. In 1997, he was admitted to the Young Talent department of the Conservatory of Amsterdam, where he studied with Majes Benoist. He finished his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree at the Conservatory of Amsterdam with Mila Baslawskaja. Next to this, Daniël participated in different courses in The Netherlands and abroad.

Daniël has won several national and international prizes, and was praised for his refined and clear style of playing. Daniël is a respected and frequently asked soloist and chamber musician, and he is part of several ensembles. He forms a duo with soprano Nora Fisher and with cellist Ketevan Roinishvili with whom he performs regularly.

Daniël frequently performs in The Netherlands and abroad. In 2003, he made his debut in Carnegie Hall, New York. He made tours in the United States, United Arab Emirates, Indonesia and The Netherlands with varied programs and performers. Daniël regularly performs in The Netherlands and Europe. Furthermore, he also performed with different orchestras as a soloist.


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