is music director of the Eden Sinfonia in London, with which he has made his Queen Elizabeth
Hall debut. Daniel is also chief conductor of the Jersey Chamber Orchestra and artistic director of the
Gropius Ensemble, which specializes in a synthesis of Music and Theater in collaboration with actor Itay Tiran.
In April 2010 Daniel was appointed associate conductor of the Israel Chamber Orchestra.
Following his graduation from the postgraduate conducting program at London's Royal Academy of Music, Daniel
won first prizes at the Admont International Conducting Competition and the Aviv Competitions.
Daniel collaborated with Daniel Barenboim in the preparation of Schoenberg's Symphonic Variations with the
West-Eastern Divan Orchestra. Daniel participated in the conducting master classes of Pierre Boulez at the
Lucerne Festival Academy.
Daniel conducted Rossini's La Cenerentola with the Israeli Opera Studio and assisted on Gounod's Faust at the Israeli Opera House were this June he will be making his debut conducting Tchaikovsky's Pique Dame.
Daniel conducted such orchestras as the Israeli Philharmonic, the Kammerphilharmonie Graz, the Kiev
Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, and the King's College London
Symphony Orchestra. This season Daniel will make his Tonhalle debut conducting the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra.
Daniel was supported by the America-Israel Cultural Foundation throughout his studies.