Bachelor of music Griffith University, Amus, Lmus
Hi I’m Daniel. Here is my Bio, I’m 22 years old
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30 mins = $35
Daniel is a young, talented and passionate violinist. He made his first debut at the age of nine playing his first solos with the Manheim Youth Symphony Orchestra. This success led to more challenges and more solo performances in Europe, Asia and USA.
He made his first debut at the age of nine playing his first solos with the Manheim Youth Symphony Orchestra. Two years later Daniel appeared at the stage of the Sydney Opera House where he played and performed Vivaldi’s Spring with the multi Award Winning Tagiev Youth Chamber Orchestra in front of judges from USA, Canada, China, Japan, Singapore, New Zealand and Australia. This success led to more challenges and more solo performances in Europe, Asia, USA. Daniel’s performing experience is enviable and includes famous stages in St Petersburg, Berlin, Xia Men, New York City, Shanghai, Seville, Tallin, Kassel.
Daniel has been invited as a Guest Artist to the Musical Olympus International Festival in Baku where he performed in Azerbaijan State Philharmonic Hall in 2013 and 2014 years.
Daniel is very influenced by his father’s philosophy on violin technique. Emin believes in the quite conservative Russian School of violin teaching.
Daniel has had a number of master classes with renowned violinists such as Professor Alice Waten of the Sydney Conservatorium, Professor Berent Korfker of the Royal College of Music in London, Ilya Konovalov, Concertmaster of the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra, Mark Mogilevski Concertmaster of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Professor Rudolf Koelman, the first leader of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra who was one of Jascha Heifetz’s last pupils.
Daniel has graduated with a bachelor of music with Michele Walsh at the Queensland Conservatorium and now is doing his masters at Melbourne University under Mark Mogilevski. For more information http://www.danieltagiev.com
Some recordings off my performances
These details were last updated on April 20, 2017