Daniel del Pino


Spanish pianist Daniel del Pino enjoys an international career that has seen him perform throughout Europe (Paris’s Salle Gaveau, Sofia’s Bulgaria Hall, Bucharest’s Romanian Athenaeum, Seville’s Teatro de la Maestranza, Madrid’s Auditorio Nacional, Bilbao’s Teatro Arriaga, Valencia’s Palau de la Música) as well as in Gabon, Morocco, Tunisia and across the Middle East, and in Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Guatemala, Taiwan (Taipei’s National Concert Hall), Japan, Australia and the US (New York’s Carnegie Hall).

He has appeared as soloist with Spain’s RTVE, Clásica de España, Córdoba, Seville, Galicia, Castilla y León, Valencia, Málaga and Murcia symphony orchestras; Romania’s George Enescu Philharmonic, Brasov Symphony and Transylvania State Philharmonic orchestras; Colombia’s Medellín Philharmonic Orchestra; Poland’s Podkarpacka Philharmonic Orchestra; and the Kenosha, Monterey, Santa Cruz, Garland, Las Colinas and New Arlington symphony orchestras in the USA; as well as with the Orquesta de Cámara Reina Sofía, Solisti di Praga and the Orchestra da Camera dell’Umbria, under the baton of such conductors as Max Bragado, José Miguel Rodilla, Alejandro Posada, Enrique García Asensio, Carlo Rizzi, Robert Carter, Carlos Riazuelo and Rubén Gimeno.

He has performed for the Philharmonic Societies of Segovia, Valencia, Vigo, Pontevedra and Gijón, and at the Segovia, León, Cadaqués, Otoño Musical Soriano, Quincena Donostiarra, Ayamonte, Verbier (Switzerland), Morelia (Mexico) and Cap Ferret (France) Festivals. He has also appeared with the Haifa Chamber Music Society (Israel) and is a regular guest at the Newport Music Festival (Rhode Island). He has premiered works by composers Francisco Lara, Jorge Grundman, Elena Kats-Chernin, Nikolai Kapustin and Antón García Abril, among others.

His concerts have been broadcast by Spanish National Radio and Television (RNE/RTVE), ABC Classical in Sydney and SWR 2 (Germany), as well as by TV and radio stations in Taiwan, Rumania, Mexico and the US. Daniel del Pino has recorded the complete Chopin Études and Granados’s Goyescas (both on the Verso label), and has also made albums with double-bassist Alberto Bocini; clarinettist José Luis Estellés and the Cuarteto Leonor; violinist Vicente Cueva; fellow pianist Ludmil Angelov and Neopercusión; violinist Ara Malikian and the Non Profit Music Chamber Orchestra (No Seasons); and wind instrumentalist Andreas Prittwitz (Looking back over Chopin).

Having previously taught at the Jacinto Guerrero Conservatory in Toledo, Daniel del Pino currently teaches at Musikene (the Basque Country’s Higher School of Music). He has given masterclasses in Austria, Germany, France and Jordan, and at the Universities of Boston and Houston, the Presjovem International Music School in Córdoba and the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music in Palestine. In September 2016 he joined the faculty of Madrid’s Katarina Gurska School of Music, teaching piano to students at undergraduate and Master’s level. He has been Artistic Director of Madrid’s “Cita con los Clásicos” (Date with the Classics) concert series since 2010 and of the Sierra Musical Festival held in Los Molinos, just north of the Spanish capital, since 2014.