Daniël Kramer


Daniël Kramer is known as a versatile and inspired pianist and can often be heard on national and international stages. At a young age he was taught by Ton Hartsuiker. He then studied at the Conservatory of Amsterdam with Håkon Austbø, where he obtained his master's degree with distinction. He was also taught by Rudolf Jansen, Willem Brons, Murray Perahia, and Claude Helffer, among others. He won prizes at the Princess Christina Competition 1994, the Concorso Seghizzi 2008, and the Olivier Messiaen Competition in Paris 2007. As a chamber musician, Daniël works with Janine Jansen, Nobuko Imai, Liza Ferschtman, and Charles Neidich, among others. He has performed as a soloist with the Residentie Orkest, the Radio Chamber Philharmonic under Peter Eötvös, the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra under Werner Herbers, and the NJO under Reinbert de Leeuw. He has collaborated with several composers, including George Benjamin, Louis Andriessen, Toshio Hosokawa, and Sofia Gubaidulina, and has premiered many contemporary works. 

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