Daniel Lorenzo was born in Barcelona, Spain in 1979. He studied piano and chamber music in Barcelona under C. Martínez and L. de Moura Castro and later received a scholarship to study at the Hartt School (University of Hartford, USA, Master of Music). He later studied musicology with a concentration on 20th-century music at the Sorbonne University in Paris, where he is now writing his doctoral thesis.
Since 2003 he has focused on art song interpretation in Berlin while working with Eric Schneider, Wolfram Rieger, Axel Bauni and Matthias Goerne. He has performed at renowned festivals and institutions in Europe and the USA as a soloist, song accompanist and chamber musician, e.g., at the Rheingau Musik Festival, Fundação Gulbenkian in Lisbon, Schumann Festival in Düsseldorf, Schönberg Center in Vienna, Philharmonic Orchestra of Essen. He has also performed in quartets together with Sybilla Rubens, Christiane Oelze, Anke Vondung, and Stephan and Christoph Genz. In the 2008/09 season, Lorenzo worked with the Münster Symphony Orchestra and as a répétiteur with the Städtische Bühnen.
His upcoming releases include a Brahms CD with the ChorWerk Ruhr and conducted by Peter Neumann (Capriccio/Delta Music) and a DVD with soprano Verena Rein.
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