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Born1997
CountryIsrael
Intensive weeks

Academic year 2019/2020

Piano
26. Sep - 30. Sep 2019

Scholar

Daniel Golod

Daniel Golod was born in Jerusalem in 1997. He received his first piano lessons from his father. At the age of seven he began his piano studies with Svetlana Grinstein (student of Natan Perlman) at the Academy for Music and Dance in Jerusalem. He moved to Germany in 2012 and was accepted into the Andreas Franke Academy. He studied in Hamburg in the piano class of Prof. Marian Migdal until Prof. Migdal died in April 2015. Daniel has been studying at the Liszt University of Music Weimar since the 2015/16 winter semester in the class of Prof. Grigory Gruzman. 

Master classes with Boaz Sharon, Asaf Zohar, Emanuel Krasovsky, Murray Perahia and Arie Vardi complemented his musical training. In 2011 he took part in the “Musica Mundi” chamber music course in Belgium. He is also a scholarship holder of the International Music Academy in Liechtenstein and takes part in the intensive weeks there. 

In 2011 Daniel won the 1st prize in Israel's third “Psanter Letamid” (“Piano Forever”) competition in Ashdod. In 2012 he won the “Solange Jospe Prize” in Jerusalem and the 3rd prize at the “The Voice of Music - Young Artist Competition”. In 2013, with Anna Olivia Amaya Farias and Leonard Fu, he won the 1st federal prize at “Jugend musiziert” in the piano chamber music category with the highest number of points and received a special award from the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben. In the same year Daniel won the 1st prize at the "Steinway Piano Competition" in Hamburg. In April 2016 he received the special prize from STACCATO Verlag at the “International Bachelor Piano Award 2016” in Düsseldorf and in July 2016 he won the 3rd prize and the audience prize at the TONALi16 competition. In March 2017 he became a “finalist” of the Robert Schumanns competition in Düsseldorf. In February 2018 he won the “Special Prize for the best interpretation of a work by a female composer” at the “European Piano Competition Bremen” and in March 2019 he was awarded the 3rd prize at the “18th International Chopin Competition”. 

Daniel has already been a guest at the International Piano Duo Festival 60 fingers in Tel Aviv and at the Chopin Festival in Marienbad. He also took part in the Young Piano Master Project at the Edward Aldwell Center in Jerusalem and the David Goldman Outstanding Young Musicians Program at the Jerusalem Music Center and performed with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra at the Voice Of Music Young Artists 'Prize Winners' Concert. 

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Born1997
CountryIsrael
Intensive weeks

Academic year 2019/2020

Piano
26. Sep - 30. Sep 2019