Dutch pianist Daniël Kramer studied with Ton Hartsuiker and Håkon Austbø in Amsterdam and with Claude Helffer in Paris. Daniël has participated in master classes with leading pianists including Pierre-Laurent Aimard, György Sándor and Murray Perahia. He won first prizes at the Prinses Christina Concours (1994) in the Netherlands and, as an accompanist, at the EMCY competition in Luxembourg (1995) and the Canto Seghizzi competition in Italy (2008). He was honored with a special mention in the prestigious Concours Olivier Messiaen in Paris (2007). Daniël has appeared at top music festivals around the world including the Delft Chamber Festival in the Netherlands and the Takefu Festival in Japan. He regularly performs with leading artists such as Nobuko Imai, Stephan Picard and Charles Neidich. He has collaborated with numerous composers including George Benjamin, Louis Andriessen, Toshio Hosokawa, and Sofia Gubaidulina, giving many world premieres. As a soloist, he has performed with The Hague Philharmonic (Yan Pascal Tortelier, conductor), the National Youth Orchestra (Reinbert de Leeuw, conductor) and the Dutch Radio Chamber (Peter Eötvös, conductor).
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