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Daniel Blumenthal


Born in Landstuhl (Germany), pianist Daniel Blumenthal is of American origin. He began his musical studies shortly after his fifth birthday and is a graduate of the University of Michigan (Bachelor of Music) and the Juilliard School in New York (Master of Music, Doctor of ­Musical Arts). He has won several international competitions: Sydney and Leeds in 1981, Geneva and ­Busoni in 1982, and the Queen Elisabeth Competition in 1983. He enjoys an inter­national reputation as a soloist, concert musician, and chamber musician. Daniel Blumenthal is professor of ­piano performance at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel. In 1995 he served on the jury of the Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition. He has recorded over 80 CDs. Daniel Blumenthal is honorary member of Icons of Europe, even serving as musical advisor to this nonprofit ­cultural ­association.

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