- Brahms: 3 Intermezzi Op. 117
- Liszt: Sonata in B Minor
About the artist:
Hungarian pianist Daniel Lebhardt started taking piano lessons at the young age of 6. His talent was quickly recognised and at age 9 Daniel was accepted to the preparatory class of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest under professors István Gulyás and Gyöngyi Keveházi. During this time he also studied composition at the Béla Bartók Conservatory of Music under István Fekete Győr, and subsequently won first prize at the National Composing Competition with his piano piece Prelude” (Budapest,2008).
In 2010 Daniel was admitted to the Bachelor of Music course at the Royal Academy of Music in London where he was awarded full scholarship (Liversidge Award). Since his acceptance Daniel has given several recitals in Hungary, Germany, Japan and the United States. During this time Daniel studied under the then Head of Keyboard Christopher Elton and was chosen to take part in masterclasses with Ferenc Rados, Mikhail Voskresensky, Florian Krumpöck, Susanna Spaemann, Leslie Howard, and Pascal Nemirovski. He has also been the recipient of numerous awards and prizes at international piano competitions.
As an avid chamber musician and regularly works with other students at the Royal Academy of Music. His piano quartet (Palazzo Quartet) gave concerts at the Winchester Cathedral (UK, 2012), the Wigmore Hall (London, 2012) in Detmold (Germany, 2011), Montepulciano (Italy, 2011). His piano trio won the Max Pirani Prize (London, Royal Academy of Music, 2011). Daniel has performed duo repertoire at the British Viola Festival and the Beethoven Series (Royal Academy of Music, London, 2012).
Most recently he was asked to perform Olga Neuwirth`s „Marsyas II” at the BBC Prom Composer Portrait with musicians from the Royal Academy of Music. The performance was recorded and broadcasted by BBC 3 (London, 2012)
Daniel is now in his third year of study at the Royal Academy of Music, and he is a student of Pascal Nemirovski.
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