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Daniel Gortler

Acclaimed Israeli-American pianist Daniel Gortler has delighted audiences and critics alike with his performances around the world, receiving praise for his technical mastery and musical ingenuity.

Gortler has performed as soloist with renowned orchestras including the Berlin Radio Symphony, the Bavarian Radio Symphony, NDR Symphony, North-West German Philharmonic, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, as well as the San Francisco, New World, and Atlanta, Symphony Orchestras. He has also performed with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and all orchestras in Israel.

Highlights include his debut with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, recital at Wigmore Hall in London, and tours in South Africa, Brazil, South Korea, and Turkey.

In the U.S., he’s held recitals at the Museum of Art in Cleveland, New York at Symphony Space, Jewish Museum, Lincoln Center, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 92nd Street Y, and many more.

Gortler has collaborated with esteemed conductors including Zubin Mehta, Christoph Eschenbach, Valery Gergiev, Yoel Levi, Franz Welzer-Most, Justus Frantz, Yoav Talmi, Noam Sheriff, Yuri Ahronovich, Dan Ettinger, Ilan Volkov, Nir Kabaretti, and Daniel Boico.

He has appeared at a number of festivals and has participated in a video of Mark Neikrug’s Through Roses, collaborating with Pinchas Zukerman. An avid chamber music performer, Gortler has worked with artists like Bo Skovhus, Nikolaj Znaider, David Garrett, Giora Schmidt, Zvi Plesser, Steven Isserlis, Sharon Rostorf-Zamir, Sylvia Schwartz, Lauren Flanigan, and David Adam Moore. In 2023 Gortler is a guest soloist with the Jupiter, Catalyst, and Shanghai Quartets.

Gortler’s new album Grieg’s Lyric Pieces is expected to be released in fall 2023, following his celebrated Mendelssohn, Schubert and Schumann recordings.

Photo by Eitan Tal.