The world-renowned pianist Daniel Levy is one of the most important exponents of the Vincenzo Scaramuzza school.
Critically acclaimed as ‘one of the leading pianists of our time’, Daniel Levy’s ability to build an intimate connection with the audience through the ‘passionate thoughtfulness’ of his playing led Fanfare Magazine’s Ian Lace, in his article ‘A Complete Musician’, to proclaim that ‘if the future of music is in the hands of musicians like Daniel Levy, then, personally, I do not think there is much to worry about.’
Without imposing his own affectations onto the listener, Levy enables his audience to establish a direct relationship with the music, transmitting the unique essence of each piece with playing of the utmost beauty, depth and sensitivity.
Throughout a successful career, Levy has performed in some of the most prestigious live venues in the world, including Royal Festival Hall (London), Teatro La Fenice (Venice), Teatro Colón (Buenos Aires), Conservatoire de Genève (Geneva) and Salle Gaveau (Paris), alongside a number of carefully selected artists who share his creative vision and dedication to the musical craft. Key collaborators have included Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, the Philharmonia Orchestra, the Prague Symphony Orchestra and the Berlin Philharmonic Quartet. He continues to inspire audiences and classical music aficionados throughout Europe and America with his series of Recitals, Concerts, Chamber Music, Concert Dialogues and Master-Classes.